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Day One and Two – Interesting wind conditions on Lake Biel

2011 MCM Tornado World Championships – Interesting wind conditions on Lake Biel 38 teams from 11 nations are waiting to battle it out for this year’s Tornado World Championships on Lake Biel in Switzerland this week. Racing was due to start on Wednesday but interesting wind conditions have prevented any races from taking place so far. Stormy winds on day ... Read More »

2011 Tornado Worlds Programme Announced

The programme of events for the 2011 Tornado World Championships has been announced. This years event will be held between the 22nd and 27th August in Lake Biel, Switzerland Monday 22nd Race office open and measurement Tuesday 23rd Measurement and checkin 7pm – Event opening in the club house Wednesday 24th 9.30am – Skippers briefing 10.30am First possible warning signal ... Read More »

Lend Your Boat Out

We are currently looking for boats which can be sailed in the World and European Championships. If you are happy to hire/lend your boat then please email us with the details. info@tornado-class.org. We have teams from all over the World who want to come along and take part but they can’t ship their own boats. Thank you Read More »

2011 World and European Championships

This year’s Tornado World Championships will be held from the 20th to 28th August 2011 in Biel, Switzerland and the European Championship on Lake Como, Italy from 8th to 11th September 2011. Both notice of races and more information can be found on the new Tornado Championships website – www.tornado-class.org In addition we have Tornado Speedsailing in the Kiel Sailing ... Read More »

Roland and Nahid Gaebler World Champions

Roland and Nahid Gaebler sailed a successful regatta to become the first mixed team to be Tornado World Champions. The Greeks Iordanis Paschalides and Konstantinos Trigonis were the stars of the last day with 3 brilliant bullets. But unfortunately not enough to pass the Germans on the scoreboard. They finish a mere 1 point behind and secured the 2nd place ... Read More »

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