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2019 Tornado Worlds – Aussies take the win

The final day of racing for the 2019 Tornado World Championships Powered by Candida Stationery ended on a high with Olympic Gold and Silver medalist Rex Sellars, sailing with his son Brett, took the win for race 10, a great way to end the regatta. But it wasn’t enough to get them on the podium, missing out on third place ... Read More »

2019 Tornado Worlds – Day 4

It will take two shocking races by series leaders Brett Burvill and Max Puttman (AUS) for them to lose the 2019 Tornado World Championship title, which they have dominated to date, winning five of the eight races completed. Their worst drop is a DSQ from race four after a port/starboard incident in Race 4. Second overall is the Swiss team ... Read More »

2019 Tornado Worlds – Day 3

Those that managed to out shift the shifts were the winners on the day for Races 5 and 6 of the 2019 Tornado World Championships Powered by Candida Stationery. Racing on the waters offshore from Takapuna Beach, the south-westerly caused some frustration amongst the fleet, with the results being blown wide open on Day 3 of offical racing. Race 5 ... Read More »

2019 Tornado Worlds – Day 2

2019 Tornado World Championships Powered by Candida Stationery: Massive results shift The results are as shifty as the conditions that the 23 catamarans racing in the 2019 Tornado World Championships Powered By Candida Stationery are receiving on the race course. RACE 3 Race 3 saw a mix of conditions with Brett Burvill (AUS) saying he and his crew, Max Puttman ... Read More »

2019 Tornado Worlds – Day 1

2019 Tornado World Championships: Tricky start to regatta The 2019 Tornado World Championships Powered by Candida Stationery kicked off in frustrating conditions in the race area better know as Race Course C of the 36th America’s Cup. The 23 boats racing launched from Takapuna Beach and made their way out to the start line in a light 3-5 knot northerly. ... Read More »

2019 Tornado Worlds in NZL

Are you ready to race in Takapuna, Auckland? Find all information here: https://www.tworlds2019.com/ For any request, contact directly Wayne Limbrick multihullers@gmail.com, Tel: +64 27 496 5299 or secretary@tornado-class.org Information regarding transportation from Europe (contact Josef Gunkel josef.gunkel@gunkel-elektro.com) Aaron Duncan and Bill Caunce have organized to get cost-free containers and cost free sea transport from Europe to New Zealand for the ... Read More »

2018 World champions are decided

Saturday, 14 July So this was the end of the 2018 Tornado Worlds in La Grande Motte, France. Titles are decided! Iordanis Paschalidis & Petros Konstantinidis, GRE1 are the Open Tornado champions for the second consecutive year!! Iordanis Paschalidis and Konstantinos Trigonis were winning this title since 2011 so Iordanis is now a Tornado world champion for the 8th time ... Read More »

2018 Tornado worlds – Day 5

Friday, 13 July 4th day of racing. After a rather busy rest day with the visit to a vineyard, and the lunch on site, back to competition. Competitors were quite anxious at the 11.00 skippers’ meeting. There was no wind from the North, as usual. They were afraid there will be no wind in the afternoon. Luckily, an afternoon sea ... Read More »

2018 Tornado Worlds – Day 3

Wednesday, 11 July Third day of racing. Same color for the sky over La Grande Motte: light blue without any cloud, same color for the sun, and same color for the sea: blue-green. The change came from the temperature: 28° instead of 34° on Tuesday were expected for the afternoon which means probably a thermal wind lighter than the day ... Read More »

2018 Tornado Worlds – Day 2

Tuesday 10th July Back to the program of the Tornado World chps 2018 after a first day shortened on the water because administrative decision to secure the area for the aircraft « Patrouille de France” performance in La Grande Motte sky, at the end of the afternoon. The show was so great. but lengthened on shore at night with a so ... Read More »

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