Faaborg delights huge OK Dinghy Europeans fleet as summer returnsIn his first OK Dinghy event, Lars Johan Brodtkorb from Norway won both his opening heats at the 2017 European Championship to taken the lead after the opening day in Faaborg, Denmark. Charlie Cunbley from Britain is second and Andre Budzien from Germany is third. Other race wins went to Thomas Hansson-Mild from Sweden and Anders Andersen from Denmark.
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Wall to wall smiles as 2017 OK Dinghy Worlds opens in paradisiacal BarbadosThe OK Dinghy fleet has landed in paradise. Most sailors in Barbados for the 2017 World Championship have been looking forward to this event for three years and so far it is delivering in spades, with fantastic sailing and fabulous hospitality, all based in a stunning location at the Barbados Yacht Club and Barbados Cruising Club. It is simply idyllic.
Verdens bedste OK-jollesejler skal forsvare EM på Faaborg FjordSejlsportsmanden Bo Petersen startede i optimistjollen i Faaborg for 40 siden. Nu skal han forsvare EM på sin gamle hjemmebane.
Foto: Tim Kildeborg Jensen
Klassetjek: OK-jollen - 170 voksne tager ikke fejlDer sejles tæt i OK-klassen, fx ud for Hellerup, hvor man er sikker på at få tæsk af Bo Petersen og Jørgen Svendsen fx. Foto: Torben Weber Andersen
The Notice of Race and Entry Form for the Worlds in Barbados is now publishedPlease note:
â€¢ All entries must go through your National OK Dinghy Association
Jørgen Svendsen dansk mesterMen svenske Hansson-Mild kåret som stævnevinder i Herslev Strand. 96 joller fra flere lande deltog
Jim Hunt seals second OK Dinghy world title after difficult final day in QuiberonJim Hunt (GBR) sealed his second OK Dinghy World Championship title in Quiberon, France, after a very difficult final day for both organisers and competitors. He made sure of the win with a nervous 12th in the first race of the day, before ending the series in style by winning the final race. Jørgen Svendsen (DEN) had to settle for silver, while Charlie Cumbley (GBR) took the bronze.