International Marblehead (radiosailing)

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The International Marblehead is a class of radio controlled sailing yacht used for competitive racing. It is a measurement controlled class administered by the International Radio Sailing Association. As a designated International IRSA class it is entitled to hold World Championships officially recognised by the International Sailing Federation. A Marblehead has a maximum length of 1290 mm and a maximum draught of ca 700 mm, but no minimum displacement. Up to six rigs are allowed, the tallest being about 2200 mm.

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World Championships[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
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1998, Viry -Châtillon
 Graham BANTOCK (GBR)
Own Design Rad
 Guillermo BELTRI (ESP)
 Janusz WALICKI (GER)
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2000, Los Narejos
 Guillermo BELTRI (ESP)
 Graham BANTOCK (GBR)
Own Design Rok
 Janusz WALICKI (GER)
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2002, Ravenna
 Guillermo BELTRI (ESP)
Skapel Mk4
 Graham BANTOCK (GBR)
Own design Prime Number
 Martin Roberts (GBR)
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2006, Fleetwood
 Martin ROBERTS (GBR)
 Ante KOVACEVIC (CRO)
Prime Number
 Zvonko JEALACIC (CRO)
Rok
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2012, Ploërmel
 Brad GIBSON (GBR)
Own Design Grunge
 Graham BANTOCK (GBR)
Own Design Prime Number
 Martin ROBERTS (GBR)
Starkers 2

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