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Introduction
Regatta Details
Start Date23 April 2017
End Date30 April 2017
ISAF IDFRA201704REP
VenueHyeres
CountryFrance
Entry NameAntonio Gonzalez de la Madrid
Entry AddressWorld Sailing
Tel+ 44 2380 635 111
Fax+ 44 2380 635 789
Emailregistration@sailing.org
Websitehttp://swc.ffvoile.fr/
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The Sailing World Cup - Hyères TPM, last leg of the World Cup, is the only French meeting on the circuit.
Historically, the town used to host the SOF or French Olympic Week. In 2013, World Sailing awarded it the prestigious Sailing World Cup label, thereby confirming its status as an integral part of the circuit.

The Sailing World Cup - Hyères TPM brings together the very best international competitors over a 10 day period and, as such, it is the biggest sailing event in France in terms of participants and international representation. A veritable feast of sailing and a vital part of preparation for the Olympics, the Sailing World Cup is a flagship event attended by all the greatest athletes.

SWC in figures:

10 Olympic series entered
2 Paralympic series
60 nations represented
350 organisers and volunteers
80 organiser boats
27 international judges

It was in 1968 that Abel Bellaguet had the idea of organising an international event in Hyères. The Olympic spirit was at the forefront from the very beginning and yet no one would have bet on the 150 boat regatta still being around 46 years on. It was only much later that the FFV started to provide support, knowhow, expertise and resources to enable the Hyères competition to achieve critical mass.

Initiated by a sailor for other sailors, the French Olympic Week, or SOF (as it was known), was an immediate success due to the excellent organisation and the quality of the venue. From the very beginnings in 1968, the Olympic spirit reigned and the triangular courses marked out in the harbour were equalled only by those set out by the organisers of the Olympic Games in Mexico, Munich or Montreal. Following the successes enjoyed in the early years, the FFV decided to increase the number of circuits, or the available surface area, to enable 240 boats from 16 nations to compete as of the early 70s. "It was then that we embarked on the path to Olympic status" declares Abel Bellaguet, "at the time it was a surprise. And this expansion was only the first in a long series, driven by a certain globalisation of Olympic sailing.

Another milestone was reached in 1991 when the FFV took on direct responsibility for organising the event, working closely with the municipal services of the town of Hyères-Les Palmiers. Since then, the SOF has never stopped growing and has become a leader in this type of event. In 2001, it did what only very few international regattas dare to attempt, or indeed any other sports, and welcomed disabled competitors. In reality, the Sailing World Cup has never been so young and its heritage as precious. It is even proud of its wrinkles, because it is the wind that has etched them into its waters.

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SWC Series Round 2 - Hyères23 Apr 2017 - 30 Apr 2017
49er (Men) Fleet racing
Position Nation Sail Number Net Points Total Points Crew
1ESP
ESP
ESP 9757.0074.00Diego Botín le Chever
Iago López Marra
2GBR
GBR
GBR 382.00107.00Dylan Fletcher-Scott
Stuart Bithell
3SWE
SWE
SWE 1688.00110.00Carl P Sylvan
Marcus Anjemark
4ARG
ARG
ARG 51103.00132.00Yago Lange
Klaus Lange
5GBR
GBR
GBR 25109.00138.00James Peters
Fynn Sterritt
6ITA
ITA
ITA 88118.00143.00Uberto Crivelli Visconti
Gianmarco Togni
7AUT
AUT
AUT 29119.00142.00Benjamin Bildstein
David Hussl
8POL
POL
POL 4119.00144.00Dominik Buksak
Szymon Wierzbicki
9POL
POL
POL 42123.00152.00Lukasz Przybytek
Pawel Kolodzinski
10NZL
NZL
NZL 34147.00173.00Josh Porebski
Trent Rippey
11GER
GER
GER 8145.00169.00Erik Heil
Thomas Ploessel
12DEN
DEN
DEN 791147.00174.00Frederik Rask
Nikolaj Hoffmann Buhl
13SUI
SUI
SUI 111149.00178.00Sebastien Schneiter
Lucien Cujean
14GER
GER
GER 115153.00182.00Tim Fischer
Fabian Graf
15FRA
FRA
FRA 655153.00182.00Erwan FISCHER
Thibault Julien
16NZL
NZL
NZL 989154.00179.00Isaac McHardie
William Mckenzie
17GBR
GBR
GBR 360154.00179.00Jack Hawkins
Christopher Thomas
18FRA
FRA
FRA 144160.00189.00Kévin Fischer
Yann Jauvin
19AUS
AUS
AUS 66162.00188.00William Phillips
Sam Phillips
20GER
GER
GER 202176.00203.00Jakob Meggendorfer
Andreas Spranger
21POL
POL
POL 52177.00202.00Przemek Filipowicz
Jacek Nowak
22BEL
BEL
BEL 24182.00210.00Yannick Lefèbvre
Tom Pelsmaekers
23SWE
SWE
SWE 21191.00220.00Fritiof Hedström
Otto Hamel
24ESP
ESP
ESP 46196.00222.00Federico Alonso Tellechea
Arturo Alonso Tellechea
25FRA
FRA
FRA 221203.00232.00Lucas Rual
Emile Amoros
26BEL
BEL
BEL 314216.00243.00Levi Slap
Joachim D'Hondt
27FRA
FRA
FRA 180233.00262.00Hugo Fedrigucci
Virgil Aubriot
28FIN
FIN
FIN 203272.00301.00Victor Silén
Christoffer Silén
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