World Match Racing Tour. ALPARI

ISAF Special Event

  • Quarter Final View all results M1 M2 M3 M4 M5
    Keith Swinton
    Team Alpari FX
    1 0 0 0 0
    Mathieu Richard
    LunaJets
    0 1 1 0 0
  • Quarter Final View all results M1 M2 M3 M4 M5
    Björn Hansen
    Hansen Sailing Team
    1 0 0 0 0
    Phil Robertson
    WAKA Racing
    0 1 1 0 0
  • Quarter Final View all results M1 M2 M3 M4 M5
    Ian Williams
    GAC Pindar
    1 1 1 0 0
    Pierre Antoine Morvan
    Vannes Agglo Sailing Team
    0 0 0 0 0
  • Quarter Final View all results M1 M2 M3 M4 M5
    Chris Steele
    36 Below Racing
    0 0 0 0 0
    Taylor Canfield
    USone
    1 1 1 0 0
15th Season (2014) WORLD MATCH RACING TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP
Event Date Winner Score
       
1
Langenargen, Germany
05-09 of June 2014 Ian Williams 1-0
2
Marstrand, Sweden
30 of June-05 of July 2014 Björn Hansen 3-1
3
Sopot, Poland
31 of July-03 of August 2014 Ian Williams 2-1
14th Season (2013) WORLD MATCH RACING TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP
Event Date Winner Score
       
1
Langenargen, Germany
15-20 of May 2013 Ian Williams 1-0
2
Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
28 of May-02 of June 2013 Mathieu Richard 2-0
3
Marstrand, Sweden
01-06 of July 2013 Björn Hansen 3-2
4
Chicago, USA
06-11 of August 2013 Taylor Canfield 3-2
5
Hamilton, Bermuda
07-13 of October 2013 Francesco Bruni 3-2
6
Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia
25-30 of November 2013 Phil Robertson 3-0
13th Season (2012) WORLD MATCH RACING TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP
Event Date Winner Score
       
1
Langenargen, Germany
23-28 of May 2012 Phil Robertson 0-0*
2
Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
29 of May-03 of June 2012 Björn Hansen 3-2
3
Marstrand, Sweden
02-07 of July 2012 Björn Hansen 3-0
4
Chicago, USA
10-15 of July 2012 Ian Williams 3-0
5
St. Moritz, Switzerland
29 of August-02 of September 2012 Keith Swinton 3-2
6
Marseille, France
24-29 of September 2012 Ian Williams 2-0
7
Hamilton, Bermuda
01-07 of October 2012 Taylor Canfield 3-0
8
Portimao, Portugal
15-15 of October 2012 Björn Hansen 0-0
9
Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia
03-08 of December 2012 Taylor Canfield 3-2
* Petit Final and Final cancelled due to lack of wind results based on count back. Robertson does not pick up any championship points as MRG was not one of his allocated events.
12th Season (2011) WORLD MATCH RACING TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP
Event Date Winner Score
       
1
Marseille, France
10-15 of May 2011 Damien Iehl 2-0
2
Langenargen, Germany
24-29 of May 2011 Francesco Bruni 2-0*
3
Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
07-12 of June 2011 Björn Hansen 3-2
4
Portimao, Portugal
22-26 of June 2011 Ian Williams 2-0
5
Marstrand, Sweden
05-10 of July 2011 Ian Williams 3-2
6
St. Moritz, Switzerland
30 of August-04 of September 2011 Torvar Mirsky 1-0**
7
Hamilton, Bermuda
03-09 of October 2011 Torvar Mirsky 3-2
8
Bornholm, Denmark
10-11 of October 2011 Ian Williams 0-0***
9
Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia
22-27 of November 2011 Ian Williams 3-1
* Semi - light condition-cancel Bruni goes through
** FInals were decided based on count back
*** Average points awarded to 2011 Tour Cards holder for the cancellation of Danish Open 2011
11th Season (2010) WORLD MATCH RACING TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP
Event Date Winner Score
       
1
Marseille, France
06-10 of April 2010 Mathieu Richard 2-0
2
Langenargen, Germany
19-24 of May 2010 Adam Minoprio 0-0
3
Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
08-13 of June 2010 Mathieu Richard 3-1
4
Portimao, Portugal
22-27 of June 2010 Peter Gilmour 2-1
5
Marstrand, Sweden
05-11 of July 2010 Ben Ainslie 2-0
6
St. Moritz, Switzerland
31 of August-05 of September 2010 Mathieu Richard 2-1
7
Bornholm, Denmark
08-12 of September 2010 Adam Minoprio 3-2
8
Hamilton, Bermuda
04-10 of October 2010 Ben Ainslie 3-1
9
Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia
30 of November-05 of December 2010 Ben Ainslie 3-2
10th Season (2009) WORLD MATCH RACING TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP
Event Date Winner Score
       
1
Marseille, France
10-15 of March 2009 Adam Minoprio 2-1
2
Langenargen, Germany
27 of May-01 of June 2009 Ben Ainslie 3-1
3
Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
02-07 of June 2009 Paolo Cian 2-1
4
Troia, Portugal
16-21 of June 2009 Torvar Mirsky 2-0
5
Marstrand, Sweden
29 of June-05 of July 2009 Peter Gilmour 3-0
6
St. Moritz, Switzerland
01-07 of September 2009 Adam Minoprio 2-1
7
Bornholm, Denmark
09-13 of September 2009 Jes Gram-Hansen 3-0
8
Hamilton, Bermuda
05-11 of October 2009 Ben Ainslie 3-1
9
Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia
01-06 of December 2009 Adam Minoprio 3-0
9th Season (2008) WORLD MATCH RACING TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP
Event Date Winner Score
       
1
Vitoria, Brazil
22-26 of April 2008 Paolo Cian 3-2
2
Langenargen, Germany
08-12 of May 2008 Damien Iehl 2-0
3
Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
10-15 of June 2008 Sebastien Col 3-1
4
Marstrand, Sweden
30 of June-06 of July 2008 Mattias Rahm 3-0
5
Bornholm, Denmark
27-31 of August 2008 Ian Williams 3-0
6
St. Moritz, Switzerland
02-07 of September 2008 Mathieu Richard 2-0
7
Troia, Portugal
23-28 of September 2008 Sebastien Col 2-0
8
Hamilton, Bermuda
07-12 of October 2008 Johnie Berntsson 3-1
9
Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia
03-07 of December 2008 Peter Gilmour 3-1
8th Season (2006/07) WORLD MATCH RACING TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP
Event Date Winner Score
       
1
Portimao, Portugal
18-23 of July 2006 Chris Dickson 3-2
2
Bornholm, Denmark
09-13 of August 2006 Sebastien Col 3-1
3
St. Moritz, Switzerland
15-20 of August 2006 Paolo Cian 2-1
4
Hamilton, Bermuda
12-13 of October 2006 Ian Williams 3-1
5
San Francisco, USA
25-29 of October 2006 Ben Ainslie 3-1
6
Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia
29 of November-03 of December 2006 Peter Holmberg 3-2
7
Langenargen, Germany
23-28 of May 2007 Paolo Cian 2-0
8
Marstrand, Sweden
02-08 of July 2007 Björn Hansen 3-0
9
Troia, Portugal
24-29 of July 2007 Peter Gilmour 3-0
10
Bornholm, Denmark
08-12 of August 2007 Jesper Radich 2-1
11
St. Moritz, Switzerland
14-19 of August 2007 Ian Williams 3-2*
12
Fiumicino, Italy
11-16 of September 2007 James Spithill 3-0
13
Hamilton, Bermuda
09-14 of October 2007 Mathieu Richard 2-0
14
Vitoria, Brazil
13-18 of November 2007 Mathieu Richard 3-2
15
Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia
28 of November-02 of December 2007 Ian Williams 3-1
* Jochen Schuemann injured his back during the event so his crew man Peter Evans took over