Windsurfing World Championships

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The Windsurfing World Championships (now the RS: X World Championship) is an international sailing competition organized by the ISAF (International Sailing Federation), held since 1980, now annually.

Editions[edit]

From 1986 to 1992 they played two different editions of World Windsurfing Championships, as well as in 2006 (blue and yellow in the table).

Men[edit]

Year Name Class Location Gold medal world centered-2.svg Silver medal world centered-2.svg Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Ref.
1980 Windsurfing
World Championships
Board [1] Hungary Tihany Italy Klaus Maran Netherlands Thijs Norway Aagesen [2]
1981 Spain Palamós France Vincent Borde France Patrice Vieller West Germany Thomas Staltmair [2]
1982 Italy Messina Italy Klaus Maran West Germany Heiko Hoffmann France M. Querrin [2]
1983 Canada Hamilton Netherlands Stephan van den Berg Italy Klaus Maran Norway Sven Rasmussen [2]
1986 Italy Cagliari Sweden Hakan Ling Netherlands M. Reintsema [2]
1987 Canada Kingston Austria Georg Kendler France Jean-Luc Lochus Italy Luca De Pedrini [2]
1989 Lechner A390 Spain Palma de Mallorca France Eric Belot France Alain Cadre France Claude Muzellec [3]
1990 United States Corpus Christi France Michel Quentin Spain Jorge García Velazco France Eric Belot [3]
1991 United States San Francisco United Kingdom Barry Edington France Michel Quentin France Franck David [3]
1992 Singapore Singapore France Franck David Israel Amit Inbar France Claude Muzellec [3]
1986 Mistral
World Championship
Mistral  ? United Kingdom Julian Anderson [4]
1987  ?  Francesco Wirz (ITA)  T. Foyen (NED)  H. Nissen-Lie (NOR) [4]
1988  ?  Luca De Pedrini (ITA)  Francesco Wirz (ITA)  Claude Muzellec (FRA) [4]
1989 United States Corpus Christi United Kingdom Julian Anderson  Riccardo Giordano (ITA)  H. Mann (SWE) [4]
1990  ?  J. Hutchcroft (GBR)  A. Dale (RSA)  J. Blinnikka (FIN) [4]
1991 United States San Francisco United Kingdom Julian Anderson  A. Morell (ISV)  H. Mann (SWE) [4]
1992 Italy Mondello lightweight  Peter van Schie (NED)
 Aaron McIntosh (NZL) Greece Nikolaos Kaklamanakis [4]
1992 Italy Mondello heavyweight  Riccardo Giordano (ITA)
 T. Lentall (AUS)  A. Dale (RSA) [4]
1993 Japan Kashiwazaki  Bruce Kendall (NZL)  Aaron McIntosh (NZL)  Mike Gebhardt (USA) [4]
1994 Canada Gimli  Aaron McIntosh (NZL)  Bruce Kendall (NZL)  Andrea Zinali (ITA) [4]
1995 South Africa Port Elizabeth  João Rodrigues (POR) Greece Nikolaos Kaklamanakis  Aaron McIntosh (NZL) [4]
1996 Israel Haifa Greece Nikolaos Kaklamanakis  Gal Fridman (ISR)  Eduardo García (ARG) [4]
1997 Australia Fremantle  Aaron McIntosh (NZL)  Amit Inbar (ISR)  Marcos Galván (ARG) [4]
1998 France Brest  Aaron McIntosh (NZL)  Amit Inbar (ISR)  João Rodrigues (POR) [4]
1999 France Nouméa  Lars Kleppich (AUS)  Tony Philp (FIJ)  Marcos Galván (ARG) [4]
2000 Argentina Mar del Plata Greece Nikolaos Kaklamanakis  Aaron McIntosh (NZL)  Carlos Espinola (ARG) [4]
2001 Greece Varkiza Greece Nikolaos Kaklamanakis  Przemysław Miarczyński (POL)  Fabrice Hassen (FRA) [4]
2002 Thailand Pattaya  Gal Fridman (ISR)  Ricardo Santos (BRA)  Julien Bontemps (FRA) [4]
2003 Spain Cadiz Poland Przemysław Miarczyński Greece Nikolaos Kaklamanakis  Gal Fridman (ISR) [4]
2004 Turkey Izmir  Julien Bontemps (FRA) Poland Przemysław Miarczyński  Nicolas Huguet (FRA) [4]
2005 Italy Palermo  Nicolas Huguet (FRA)  Ricardo Santos (BRA)  Andreas Cariolou (CYP) [4]
2006 China Shenzhen Hong Kong Cheng Kwok Fai Hong Kong Chan King Yin China Wu Shifu [4]
2006 RS:X
World Championship
RS:X Italy Torbole Casaglia Netherlands Casper Bouman Australia Tom Ashley Poland Przemysław Miarczyński
2007[5] Portugal Cascais Brazil Ricardo Santos Poland Przemyslaw Miarczynski United Kingdom Nick Dempsey [6]
2008 New Zealand Auckland New Zealand Tom Ashley Portugal João Rodrigues Israel Shahar Tzuberi [7]
2009 United Kingdom Weymouth United Kingdom Nick Dempsey Israel Nimrod Mashich Netherlands Dorian van Rijsselberge [8]
2010 Denmark Kerteminde Poland Piotr Myszka Poland Przemyslaw Miarczynski Israel Nimrod Mashiach [9]
2011[5] Australia Perth Netherlands Dorian van Rijsselberghe Poland Piotr Myszka Israel Nimrod Mashiach [10]
2012 Spain Cadiz France Julien Bontemps United Kingdom Nick Dempsey New Zealand Jean-Paul Tobin [11]
2013 Brazil Buzios United Kingdom Nick Dempsey Netherlands Dorian van Rijsselberge Greece Byron Kokkalanis [12]

Women[edit]

Edition Gold Silver Bronze
Board
1979  Graveline (USA)  Van der Starre (NED)  Smith (USA)
1980 Tihany  Ulrike Huber (AUT)  Thijs (NED)  Jansen (NED)
1981 Palamos  Annemarie Köhlbach (GER)
1982 Messina  Manuela Mascia (ITA)  Sundstøl (NOR)  Ladage (NED)
1986 Cagliari  Jorunn Horgen (NOR)
1987 Kingston  Jorunn Horgen (NOR)  Valérie Capart (FRA)  Penny Way (GBR)
Lechner A-390
1989 Puerto Pollenca  Jorunn Horgen (NOR)(3)  Penny Way (GBR)  Françoise Grasset (FRA)
1990 Corpus Christi  Penny Way (GBR)(3)  Wendy Thomson (USA)  Lanee Butler (USA)
1991 San Francisco  Maud Herbert (FRA)  Anne Herbert (FRA)  Nathalie Lelièvre (FRA)
1992 Cadix  Maud Herbert (FRA)  Nathalie Lelièvre (FRA)(2)  Dorien de Vries (NED)
Mistral
1986  Melanie Braund (AUS)
1987  Melanie Braund (AUS)(2)  Jessica Crisp (AUS)(2)  Barbara Kendall (NZL)
1988  V. Capart (FRA)  Anne François (FRA)  Gignoux (FRA)
1991 San Francisco  Jayne Fenner (USA)  Sigrid Rondelez (BEL)  E. Giolai (ITA)
1993 Kashiwazaki  Lee Lai Shan (HKG)  Lanee Butler (USA)  Maud Herbert (FRA)
1994 Gimli  Maud Herbert (FRA)  Ke Li (CHN)  Natasha Sturges (AUS)
1995 Port Elizabeth  Maud Herbert (FRA)  Anne François (FRA)  Lee Lai Shan (HKG)
1996 Haifa  Maud Herbert (FRA)(6)  Lee Lai Shan (HKG)  Jayne Fenner-Benedict (USA)
1997 Fremantle  Lee Lai Shan (HKG)  Alessandra Sensini (ITA)  Barbara Kendall (NZL)
1998 Brest  Barbara Kendall (NZL)  Lee Lai Shan (HKG)  Faustine Merret (FRA)
1999 Nouméa  Barbara Kendall (NZL)  Faustine Merret (FRA)  Lise Vidal (FRA)
2000 Mar del Plata  Alessandra Sensini (ITA)  Lee Lai Shan (HKG)  Faustine Merret (FRA)
2001 Varkiza  Lee Lai Shan (HKG)(7)  Faustine Merret (FRA)  Jeanne Mailhos (FRA)
2002 Pattaya  Barbara Kendall (NZL)  Alessandra Sensini (ITA)  Faustine Merret (FRA)
2003 Cadiz  Lee Korzits (ISR)  Barbara Kendall (NZL)  Faustine Merret (FRA)
2004 Cezme  Alessandra Sensini (ITA)  Barbara Kendall (NZL)  Faustine Merret (FRA)
2005 Palermo  Blanca Manchon (ESP)  Amelie Lux (GER)  Flavia Tartaglini (ITA)
2006 Shenzhen  Wang Shuijia (CHN)  Zhu Huali (CHN)  Qin Zhenmei (CHN)
RS:X
2006 Torbole  Alessandra Sensini (ITA)  Marina Alabau (ESP)  Faustine Merret (FRA)
2007 Cascais  Zofia Klepacka (POL)  Barbara Kendall (NZL)  Jessica Crisp (AUS)(2)
2008 Auckland  Alessandra Sensini (ITA)  Barbara Kendall (NZL)(9)  Marina Alabau (ESP)
2009 Weymouth  Marina Alabau (ESP)  Blanca Manchon (ESP)  Charline Picon (FRA)
2010 Kerteminde  Blanca Manchon (ESP)(3)  Alessandra Sensini (ITA)  Charline Picon (FRA)
2011 Perth  Lee Korzits (ISR)  Zofia Klepacka  (POL)  Marina Alabau (ESP)(3)
2012 Cadiz  Lee Korzits (ISR)  Zofia Klepacka (POL)(3)  Alessandra Sensini (ITA)(4)
2013 Buzios  Lee Korzits (ISR)(4)  Bryony Shaw (GBR)  Maayan Davidovich (ISR)

Multiple medallist[edit]

Men[edit]

# Athlete Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Aaron McIntosh  New Zealand 3 2 1 6
1 Nikolaos Kaklamanakis  Greece 3 2 1 6
3 Julian Anderson  United Kingdom 3 0 0 3

Women[edit]

# Athlete Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Maud Herbert  France 5 0 1 6
2 Alessandra Sensini  Italy 4 3 1 8
3 Lee Korzits  Israel 4 0 0 4
4 Barbara Kendall  New Zealand 3 4 2 9

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ From 1980 to 1987 (eccept 1983) were assigned two men's titles (absolute and light weights)
  2. ^ a b c d e f "Sailing World Championships - Men: Board". sports123.com. Retrieved 23 April 2012. 
  3. ^ a b c d "Lechner A390 World Championships - Men (from 1989 to 1992)". sports123.com. Retrieved 24 April 2012. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v "Mistral World Championships - Men (from 1989 to 2006)". sports123.com. Retrieved 24 April 2012. 
  5. ^ a b Inside ISAF Sailing World Championships.
  6. ^ "2007 Windsurfing World Championships - Men RS:X". sailing.org. Retrieved 24 April 2012. 
  7. ^ "2008 Windsurfing World Championships - Men RS:X". sailing.org. Retrieved 24 April 2012. 
  8. ^ "2009 Windsurfing World Championships - Men RS:X". sailing.org. Retrieved 24 April 2012. 
  9. ^ "2010 Windsurfing World Championships - Men RS:X". sailing.org. Retrieved 23 April 2012. 
  10. ^ "2011 Sailing World Championships - Men RS:X". sailing.org. Retrieved 23 April 2012. 
  11. ^ "RS:X World Windsurfing Championships 2012 - Overall Results RS:X Men". rsxclass.com. Retrieved 24 April 2012. 
  12. ^ "RS:X World Windsurfing Championships 2012 - Overall Results RS:X Men". rsxclass.com. Retrieved 24 April 2012. 

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