Sailing at the 1900 Summer Olympics – 1 to 2 ton
|1 – 2 Ton
at the Games of the II Olympiad
|Competitors||21 from 3 nations|
|Sailing at the
1900 Summer Olympics
|0 - ½ ton||Open|
|½ - 1 ton||Open|
|1 - 2 ton||Open|
|2 - 3 ton||Open|
|3 - 10 ton||Open|
|10 - 20 ton||Open|
The 1 – 2 ton was a sailing event on the Sailing at the 1900 Summer Olympics program in Meulan. It was the third-lightest weight class. Two races were held as part of the Expo 1900 in Paris. Only the first race was recognized by the International Olympic Committee. The first was held on 22 May 1900, the second on 25 May. On the Olympic race at least 21 sailors, on 8 boats, from 3 nations competed.
The 1900 Olympic scoring system was used.
Race 1, part of the Olympic program
|Helmsman (Country)||Crew||Yachtname||Tonnage||Real time||Handicap||Corrected time||Prize (FF)|
|01 !||Hermann de Pourtalès (SUI)||Hélène de Pourtalès
Bernard de Pourtalès
|02 !||F. Vilamitjana (FRA)||Auguste Albert
|03 !||Jacques Baudier (FRA)||Lucien Baudier
|4||Eugène Laverne (FRA)||Henri Laverne||Amulet||1.9||2:00:42||27:33||2:26:56||250|
|5||Marcel Moisand (FRA)||Unknown||Ducky||2.0||2:02:52||28:22||2:31:14||150|
Race 2, part of the Expo program
This race saw with Aschenbrödel one more boat competing. One day earlier they had entered in the ½—1 ton class, but were not permitted to race as their boat weighed in at 1.041 tons. In this class the German crew sailed the lightest boat, yet easily finished in the quickest time. Their low handicap served only to widen the gap between them and the second-place Swiss team.
|Helmsman (Country)||Crew||Yachtname||Tonnage||Real time||Handicap||Corrected time|
|1||Paul Wiesner (GER)||George Naue
|2||Comte Hermann Alexandre De Pourtalès (SUI)||Hélène de Pourtalès
Bernard de Pourtalès
|3||F. Vilamitjana (FRA)||Auguste Albert
|4||Jacques Baudier (FRA)||Lucien Baudier
|7||Marcel Moisand (FRA)||Unknown||Ducky||2.0||4:25:42||22:25||4:48:07|
|DNF||Eugène Laverne (FRA)||Henri Laverne||Amulet||?||-||-||-|
- Amulet had the third-fastest time, but lost to Nina-Claire as their lighter boat had a lower handicap.
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