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Sail-World NZ - Oct 30: Classic record slashed..Olympic Board choice..INEOS Team UK..Transat starts

30/10/2019


Sail-World NZ - Oct 30: Classic record slashed..Board choice..INEOS Team UK..Transat starts

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Beau Geste (Pat Kong) (Hong Kong) - PIC Coastal Classic - Start - Waitemata Harbour - October 25, . She took almost 13 minutes off the race record. - photo © Richard Gladwell / Sail-World.com


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Welcome to Sail-World.com's New Zealand e-magazine for October 30, 2019

Last Friday, the MOD70 Beau Geste (Pat Kong) achieved what everyone had assumed would be impossible - beating then Team Vodafone Sailing's 2014 record time for the PIC Coastal Classic of 5hrs 13 minutes.

That time was reckoned to have been set in ideal conditions, and Simon Hull and his Merry Men chopped a massive 28 minutes off the previous record.

On Friday, Beau Geste lopped just under 13 minutes off Hull's record, taking five hours for the trip to Russell - a ride that takes four hours or more by car..

Although the race was sailed in fresh conditions, only 17 of the 150 starters failed to complete the 119nm course.

In this edition, we have full coverage of the PIC Coastal Classic - with plenty of images from the first few miles of the race. Most of the images are of Division 1 and the Multihulls. That situation is a function of the decision a couple of years ago to start the small boats first, and covering that fleet out into the Rangitoto Channel means you can't get back for the start of the Division 1 and Multihulls. In the old start format, it was a lot easier to cover the whole fleet.

Olympic machinations

This week, Sailing's answer to Brexit, otherwise known as the 2024 Olympic classes selection, continues for yet another round at the World Sailing Annual Conference in Bermuda.

Several key decisions are on the agenda.

The first is the choice of equipment for the Men's and Women's Windsurfing event and whether the incumbent RS:X, will retain its place.

That call was to have been made at the May 2019 Mid-Year Meeting, but the World Sailing's Board had three times rejected a recommendation from its expert Equipment Committee to at least hold trials for the Windsurfing Equipment. However, the Council did not agree with the Board's re-nomination of the RS:X for 2024, and called for a set of Evaluation Trials to be held, ready for a decision this week.

Arwen - PIC Coastal Classic - Start - Waitemata Harbour - October 25, 2019 - photo © Richard Gladwell / Sail-World.com
Arwen - PIC Coastal Classic - Waitemata Harbour - October 25, 2019 - photo © Richard Gladwell / Sail-World.com

The trials at Lake Garda appeared to be well conducted with an excellent panel of sailors in the 20 strong test team. While some of the criteria for the new equipment, such as being able to race in 35kts, were not met, the gear was tested in winds of up to 25kts.

The upshot of the Evaluation was that the majority of the sailors in the trial opted for foiling over planing boards, and for the Starboard iFoil over the other two options the Windfoil and Formula Foil. Perhaps the most telling statistic was that the RS:X was listed with more disadvantages than advantages from the sailors who made up the test panel (13 points for, and 14 points against). The Starboard iFoil had 17 Advantages compared to 11 Disadvantages.

The consensus from the three foilers was that they didn't much care, which was chosen, provided it was a foiler - on the basis that a rising tide lifts all boats.

Assuming the Windfoil does receive the blessing of Council, four of the ten events at Marseille will be foiling.

Starboard iFoil - World Sailing Windsurf Evaluation Trials, Lago di Garda, Italy. September 29, 2019 - photo © Jesus Renedo / Sailing Energy / World Sailing
Starboard iFoil - World Sailing Windsurf Evaluation Trials, Lago di Garda, Italy. September 29, 2019 - photo © Jesus Renedo / Sailing Energy / World Sailing

The second issue is whether the proposed new Governance model for World Sailing will be accepted, while that proposal does go a long way to addressing the Conflicts of Interest which riddle the world body like cancer. It does place more power in the hands of a CEO and splits the current Council into two entities - one of which handles Olympic matters only.

Many of the representatives at the Annual Conference will be only too well aware the current Council structure does provide a backstop against the Executive and Board, particularly when they go against the advice of expert committees without good reason. That lack of trust is the fuel of resistance to wide-ranging governance change.

The Finn class currently does not appear on the Events slate for the 2024 Olympics, along with the non-existence of an event for men weighing more than 85kgs. The Finn has put up several submissions which open the door for it and above-average weight males to be on the start line in Marseille. Whether any of those options get support remains to be seen.

Emirates Team New Zealand - tows out just after 8.00am for another training session - Waitemata Harbour - October 2019 - photo © Richard Gladwell / Sail-World.com
Emirates Team New Zealand - tows out just after 8.00am for another training session - Waitemata Harbour - October 2019 - photo © Richard Gladwell / Sail-World.com

In yet another verse in the Mixed Two-person Offshore Keelboat opera, a joint submission from the Chairs of the Equipment Committee and Oceanic and Offshore Committee attempts to lock the decision-making process over the vexed Equipment issue.

The Submission proposes that a set of criteria for classes to be used in both regional training and selection published by December 2020 along with "examples of equipment which meet the criteria." The submission proposes that a second set of criteria will also be published by December 31, 2020 "that Equipment for the Olympic Event shall meet."

Then three years later the Council (presumably the Olympic Council under the proposed governance model), will choose the keelboat to be used for the event in Marseille in 2024.

The Glide - at half the price of the current Olympic equipment - offers some good options - World Sailing - Windsurf Evaluation, Lago di Garda, Italy. September 29, 2019. - photo © Jesus Renedo / Sailing Energy / World Sailing
The Glide - at half the price of the current Olympic equipment - offers some good options - World Sailing - Windsurf Evaluation, Lago di Garda, Italy. September 29, 2019. - photo © Jesus Renedo / Sailing Energy / World Sailing

Of course, the whole event hinges around being able to make the offshore boat decision in complete secrecy, which is a massive ask of World Sailing - let alone when there are supplier negotiations involved.

The criteria-based approach takes World Sailing away from its previous position of naming suitable classes and then picking one of those for the Olympic event. While not a perfect method, at least an astute choice could be made at a regional level, knowing what had been approved for Europe/France from where the offshore keelboat will most likely come.

Missing from the Submission is what happens come 2028 and the Los Angeles Olympics. Do a new set of criteria get devised and promulgated?

INEOS Team UK test sailing in the Solent - October 2019 - photo © John Green
INEOS Team UK test sailing in the Solent - October 2019 - photo © John Green

If so, what happens with countries who have already purchased boats for training in the seven months from the December 2023 announcement, to the start of the 2024 Olympic regatta? Do they get dropped onto what will be a flooded market?

Or does World Sailing lock in the 2024 Equipment for 2028?

Or will the Mixed Offshore be a one-Olympic wonder as was the Women's Match Racing in 2012?

Starboard iFoil - World Sailing Windsurf Evaluation Trials, Lago di Garda, Italy. September 29, 2019 - photo © Jesus Renedo / Sailing Energy / World Sailing
Starboard iFoil - World Sailing Windsurf Evaluation Trials, Lago di Garda, Italy. September 29, 2019 - photo © Jesus Renedo / Sailing Energy / World Sailing

The logic behind the change is stated to allow "recently introduced" equipment, or for the Equipments lists to be "continually updated". That is the vaet thing that sailors and national bodies want to avoid - the constant fiddling and adjustment that just creates uncertainty, and helps those with inside knowledge to gain advantage.

And all for a very expensive Olympic event which has yet to contest a World Championship.

We will be reporting on the Conference when the key sessions start on Thursday in Bermuda.

Emirates Team New Zealand - Waitemata Harbour - October 12, 2019 - photo © Richard Gladwell / Sail-World.com
Emirates Team New Zealand - Waitemata Harbour - October 12, 2019 - photo © Richard Gladwell / Sail-World.com

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Miss Scarlett - PIC Coastal Classic - Start - Waitemata Harbour - October 25, 2019 - photo © Richard Gladwell / Sail-World.com
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