49er & 49er FX World Championships

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The 49er World Championships are international sailing regattas in the 49er and 49er FX classes organized by the International Sailing Federation. It was first held in 1997.[1] In 2013, the 49er FX class was added to the programme.

The 49er is an Olympic class since 2000. The 49er FX is anan Olympics class since 2016.

Editions[edit]

Host cities of the 49er & 49er FX World Championships
Host cities of the 49er & 49er FX World Championships (European cities)
Year City Country Dates Events Athletes Nations Notes
1997 Perth  Australia 7–12 December 1 [2][3]
1998 Bandol  France 18–24 May 1 [4]
1999 Melbourne  Australia 8–17 January 1 [5]
2000 Guaymas  Mexico 14–24 March 1 [6]
2001 Malcesine  Italy 14–24 September 1 [7]
2002 Kaneohe  United States 14–22 June 1 [8]
2003 Cádiz  Spain 11–24 September 1 part of the 2003 ISAF Sailing World Championships
2004 Athens  Greece 12–20 April 1 [9]
2005 Moscow  Russia 25 August – 6 September 1 [10]
2006 Aix-les-Bains  France 4–11 June 1 [11]
2007 Cascais  Portugal 28 June – 13 July 1 part of the 2007 ISAF Sailing World Championships
2008 Melbourne  Australia 2–9 January 1 [12]
2009 Riva del Garda  Italy 12–19 July 1 [13]
2010 Freeport  Bahamas 2–9 January 1 [14]
2011 Perth  Australia 3–18 December 1 part of the 2011 ISAF Sailing World Championships
2012 Zadar  Croatia 4–13 May 1 [15]
2013 Marseille  France 21–29 September 1 [16]
2014 Santander  Spain 12–21 September 2 part of the 2014 ISAF Sailing World Championships
2015 Buenos Aires  Argentina 17–22 November 2 [17]
2016 Clearwater  United States 9–14 February 2 [18]
2017 Matosinhos  Portugal 28 August – 2 September 2 [19]
2018 Aarhus  Denmark 30 July – 12 August 2 part of the 2018 Sailing World Championships
2019 Auckland  New Zealand 3–8 December 2 [20]

All-time medal table[edit]

49er[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Australia (AUS)73212
2 Great Britain (GBR)47314
3 New Zealand (NZL)4307
4 Spain (ESP)4116
5 United States (USA)1135
6 Ukraine (UKR)1034
7 Austria (AUT)0213
8 Denmark (DEN)0123
9 Germany (GER)0112
10 Greece (GRE)0101
 Norway (NOR)0101
12 Italy (ITA)0033
13 Finland (FIN)0011
 France (FRA)0011
Totals (14 nations)21212163

49er FX[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Brazil (BRA)1304
2 Denmark (DEN)1214
3 Italy (ITA)1012
 New Zealand (NZL)1012
5 Spain (ESP)1001
6 France (FRA)0011
 Germany (GER)0011
Totals (7 nations)55515

Medalists[edit]

49er Open[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1997 Perth  Australia
Chris Nicholson
Daniel Phillips
 United States
Jonathan McKee
Charles McKee
 United States
Morgan Larson
Kevin Hall
1998 Bandol  Australia
Chris Nicholson
Daniel Phillips
 Great Britain
Andy Budgen
Ian Budgen
 United States
Morgan Larson
Kevin Hall
1999 Melbourne  Australia
Chris Nicholson
Ed Smyth
 Australia
Adam Beashel
Teague Czislowski
 United States
Morgan Larson
Kevin Hall
2000 Sonora Bay  Spain
Santiago López-Vázquez
Javier de la Plaza
 Germany
Marcus Baur
Philip Barth
 Finland
Thomas Johanson
Jyrki Järvi
2001 Malcesine  United States
Jonathan McKee
Charles McKee
 Spain
Iker Martínez
Xabier Fernández
 Ukraine
Rodion Luka
George Leonchuk
2002 Kaneohe Bay  Spain
Iker Martínez
Xabier Fernández
 Great Britain
Christopher Draper
Simon Hiscocks
 Great Britain
Paul Brotherton
Mark Asquith
2003 Cádiz  Great Britain
Christopher Draper
Simon Hiscocks
 Norway
Christoffer Sundby
Frode Bovim
 Ukraine
Rodion Luka
George Leonchuk
2004 Athens  Spain
Iker Martínez
Xabier Fernández
 Great Britain
Christopher Draper
Simon Hiscocks
 Germany
Marcus Baur
Max Groy
2005 Moscow  Ukraine
Rodion Luka
George Leonchuk
 Great Britain
Christopher Draper
Simon Hiscocks
 Italy
Piero Sibello
Gianfranco Sibello
2006 Aix-le-Bain  Great Britain
Christopher Draper
Simon Hiscocks
 Greece
Athanasios Pachoumas
Athanasios Siouzios
 Great Britain
Stevie Morrison
Ben Rhodes
2007 Cascais  Great Britain
Stevie Morrison
Ben Rhodes
 Austria
Nico Delle Karth
Nikolaus Resch
 Australia
Nathan Outteridge
Ben Austin
2008 Melbourne  Australia
Nathan Outteridge
Ben Austin
 Great Britain
Stevie Morrison
Ben Rhodes
 Ukraine
Rodion Luka
George Leonchuk
2009 Riva del Garda  Australia
Nathan Outteridge
Iain Jensen
 Great Britain
John Pink
Rick Peacock
 Italy
Pietro Sibello
Gianfranco Sibello
2010 Port Lucaya  Spain
Iker Martínez
Xabier Fernández
 Australia
Nathan Outteridge
Iain Jensen
 Italy
Pietro Sibello
Gianfranco Sibello
2011 Perth  Australia
Nathan Outteridge
Iain Jensen
 New Zealand
Peter Burling
Blair Tuke
 Denmark
Emil Toft Nielsen
Simon Toft Nielsen
2012 Zadar  Australia
Nathan Outteridge
Iain Jensen
 New Zealand
Peter Burling
Blair Tuke
 Denmark
Allan Nørregaard
Peter Lang

49er Men's[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2013 Marseille  New Zealand
Peter Burling
Blair Tuke
 New Zealand
Marcus Hansen
Josh Porebski
 France
Manu Dyen
Stéphane Christidis
2014 Santander
details
 New Zealand
Peter Burling
Blair Tuke
 Denmark
Jonas Warrer
Anders Thomsen
 Australia
Nathan Outteridge
Iain Jensen
2015 Buenos Aires
details
 New Zealand
Peter Burling
Blair Tuke
 Australia
Nathan Outteridge
Iain Jensen
 Spain
Federico Alonso
Arturo Alonso
2016 Clearwater[21]  New Zealand
Peter Burling
Blair Tuke
 Austria
Nico Delle Karth
Nikolaus Resch
 Great Britain
Dylan Fletcher-Scott
Alain Sign
2017 Matosinhos[22]
details
 Great Britain
Dylan Fletcher-Scott
Stuart Bithell
 Great Britain
James Peters
Fynn Sterritt
 Austria
Benjamin Bildstein
David Hussl
2018 Aarhus[23]
details
 Croatia
Šime Fantela
Mihovil Fantela
 France
Mathieu Frei
Noé Delpech
 Germany
Tim Fischer
Fabian Graf
2019 Auckland[24]
details
 New Zealand
Peter Burling
Blair Tuke
 Germany
Erik Heil
Thomas Plössel
 Great Britain
Dylan Fletcher-Scott
Stuart Bithell

49er FX Women's[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2013 Marseille  New Zealand
Alex Maloney
Molly Meech
 Brazil
Martine Grael
Kahena Kunze
 France
Sarah Steyaert
Julie Bossard
2014 Santander
details
 Brazil
Martine Grael
Kahena Kunze
 Denmark
Ida Marie Baad Nielsen
Marie Thusgaard Olsen
 Italy
Giulia Conti
Francesca Clapcich
2015 Buenos Aires
details
 Italy
Giulia Conti
Francesca Clapcich
 Brazil
Martine Grael
Kahena Kunze
 Denmark
Ida Marie Baad Nielsen
Marie Thusgaard Olsen
2016 Clearwater[25]  Spain
Támara Echegoyen
Berta Betanzos
 Denmark
Maiken Foght Schütt
Anne-Julie Schütt
 Germany
Victoria Jurczok
Anika Lorenz
2017 Matosinhos[22]
details
 Denmark
Jena Mai Hansen
Katja Salskov-Iversen
 Brazil
Martine Grael
Kahena Kunze
 New Zealand
Alexandra Maloney
Molly Meech
2018 Aarhus[26]
details
 Netherlands
Annemiek Bekkering
Annette Duetz
 Austria
Tanja Frank
Lorena Abicht
 Great Britain
Sophie Weguelin
Sophie Ainsworth
2019 Auckland[27]
details
 Netherlands
Annemiek Bekkering
Annette Duetz
 Brazil
Martine Grael
Kahena Kunze
 Denmark
Ida Marie Baad Nielsen
Marie Thusgaard Olsen


49er Youth[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2011 Travemunde  Germany  Tobias SCHADEWALDT (GRE)
 Hannes BAUMANN (GRE)
 Niels Joachim GORMSEN (DEN)
 Anders THOMSEN (DEN)
 James PETERS (GBR)
 Ed FITZGERALD (GBR)
2012  France  James Peters (GBR)
 Ed FitzGerald (GBR)
 J.H Weichsen (GER)
 M. Kutz (GER)
 C. Ekberg Enlunf (SWE)
 N. During (SWE)
2013  Poland  Diego Botin (ESP)
 Pablo Turrado (ESP)
 Benjamin Bildstein (AUT)
 David Hussl (AUT)
 Kevin Fischer (FRA)
 Marc Mallaret (FRA)
2014  Denmark   ()
  ()
  ()
  ()
  ()
  ()
2015  Germany 48 Entries  Benjamin Bildstein (AUT)
 David Hussl (AUT)
 Tita Ruggero (ITA)
 Giacomo Cavalli (ITA)
 Chris Taylor (GBR)
 Sam Batten (GBR)
2016  Netherlands 15 Entries  Erwan Fischer (FRA)
 Thubault Julien (FRA)
 Tim Fischer (GER)
 Fabian Graf (GER)
 Jakob Meggendorfer (GER)
 Andreas Spranger (GER)
2017  Canada 10 Entries  William JONES (CAN)
 Evan DEPAUL (CAN)
 Dane WILSON (USA)
 Scott EWING (USA)
 Don WHITCRAFT (THA)
 Dylan WHITCRAFT (THA)

49er FX Youth[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2014  Denmark 26 Competitors  Nielsen Baad (DEN)
 Olsen Thusgaard (DEN)
 Annemile Bekkering (NED)
  (NED)
 Jule Gorge (GER)
 Julie Gorge (GER)
2015  Germany 25 Competitors  Jeske Kisters (NED)
 Josca Hummel (NED)
 Jule Gorge (GER)
 Julie Gorge (GER)
 Ragna Agerup (NOR)
 Maia Agerup (NOR)
2016  Netherlands 15 Competitors  Bart Lambriex (NED)
 Philip Meijer (NED)
 Maria Ottavia Raggio (ITA)
 Paola Bergamaschi (ITA)
 Daniel Bramervaer (NED)
 Floris van der Werken (NED)
2017  Canada 11 Competitors  Ragna Agerup (NOR)
 Maia Agerup (NOR)
 Anna YAMAZAKI (JPN)
 Sena TAKANO (JPN)
 Carla MUNTE (ESP)
 Marta MUNTE (ESP)

Multiple medallists[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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