If you will be going to the 2010 Star World
Championship (Jan. 12-23,
2010) and/or the South American Championship (Nov. 24-29, 2009),
information on shipping your boat can be found under the 2010
Worlds and 2010
South Americans pages. Entry forms and notices of race are
posted on these pages for each event.
An entry form is also posted for the next silver championship after the
South American events - the Western
Hemispheres at Nassau, Bahamas, April 10-17, 2010.
American Championship Westport, Connecticut, USA
The 2009 North
are Andy Horton and Steve Erickson. Finishing second were
Clarke with Tyler Bjorn and George Szabo and Rick Peters were third.
Nine teams competed at the Junior
Championships at Lake Sunapee, New York. Taking the title
were Tomas Hornos and Luis Hornos with three firsts in the
four race series. At the Junior
European Championship, Malte Kamrath and Jens Steinborn won
their Star trophies in a close fight with Johannes Babendererde and
Paul Sradnick in a fleet of seven boats.
Sail for Gold ISAF World Cup
Nineteen teams from twelve countries sailed in the last ISAF World Cup
of 2009. Iain Percy and Andrew Simpson (GBR) took the gold with Fredrik
Loof / Johan Tillander (SWE) finishing second and Flavio Marazzi /
Enrico de Maria (SUI) in third
12 Championship was sailed at Lake Sunapee, New York with
Arthur Anosov and Mike Nichol winning the Blue Star. The
District 6 championship took place at Olympia, Washington, and Dave Watt and Mike Thompson won in a tie breaker with Foss
Miller and Stu Frost.
Results of September 2009
Mats Johansson and Leif Moller won the International
Swedish Championship sailed at Gottskar. In Finland, the
Finnish Championship winners were Roope Suomalainen and Eki
Heinonen. This was Suomalainen's first regatta in a Star.
In Italy, the
XXVIII Trofeo Gianni Lillia winners were Diego Negri and
Giovanni Stilo, sailing on Lake Como. The Campionato
d'Autunno had Antonio Tamburini and Renzo Ricci coming out on
top at Viareggio.
Switzerland, the Bernina
Cup first place went to Bernhard
Seger and Pit Feuerle. At Lucerne, the
Trophy Urnersee Brunnen winners were Philipp Rotermund and
Nils Hollweg, and at Versoix the Trophee
du Leman was won by Lorenz Zimmermann and Nils Hollweg.
At Nice, France, Vianney Guezenec and Antonio Rubino won the Upstart
In Austria, Christian Nehammer and Adolf Luzlbauer won the Traunsteingams
on the Traunsee and then Luzlbauer returned to win the Austrian
Olympic Classes on the Attersee, sailing with Hans Spitzauer.
In Germany, the 100
Jahrige (Masters' Regatta) was won by Peter Moeckl and Fritz
Girr for the second year in a row. The Zeller
Untersee Cup at Radolfzill winners were Klaus
Kappes and Rutz Radolfzell, and the Hamburg Bahnwarter
Preis went to Michael Ilgenstein and Phillip Behn.
On the USA east coast, Jud
Smith and Stuart Delisser won both the Ned
Hay and Bedford
sailed on Long Island Sound. The Sunapee
Open in New Hampshire was won by John MacCausland for the 4th
time. This time he was sailing with Rick Burgess. The New
England Masters, sailed at Larchmont, NY, was won by Will
Swigart and Carroll McCallum.
In the USA Great Lakes area, Mike
Phinney took the Championship
of Michigan and
Glenn McCarthy won the Paw
Paw Lake Open.
At Vancouver, Canada, the
Day Regatta was won by Foss Miller and Stu Frost. At
Montreal, the winners of the Championat
de la Flotte du Quebec were Philippe Hofer and Alain
In Brazil, Lars Grael and Ronald Seifert returned fron the
Worlds in Sweden to win the Campeonato
Flotilha Paranoa in Brazilia and the Campeonato
Adler and Guilherme Almeida won the Campeonato
Estadual in Rio