Flying Dutchman (dinghy)

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International Flying Dutchman
Flying Dutchman insigna.png
Class symbol
Flying Dutchman (dinghy).svg
Development
Designer Uus Van Essen
Conrad Gülcher
Location Netherlands
Year 1951
Design One-Design
Role International class
Boat
Crew 2
Draft 0.15 m (5.9 in)
1.07 m (3 ft 6 in)
Trapeze Single trapeze
Hull
Type Monohull
Construction GRP
Cold moulded plywood
Composite (Wood/GRP)
Hull weight 130 kg (290 lb)
LOA 6.06 m (19.9 ft)
LWL 5.5 m (18 ft)
Beam 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Hull appendages
Keel/board type Centerboard
Rig
Rig type Bermuda rig
Sails
Mainsail area 10.2 m2 (110 sq ft)
Jib/genoa area 8.4 m2 (90 sq ft)
Spinnaker area 21 m2 (230 sq ft)
Upwind sail area 18.6 m2 (200 sq ft)
Racing
D-PN 80.1[1]
RYA PN 879[2]
PHRF 150.6
Former Olympic class

The Flying Dutchman (FD) is a 20-foot one-design high-performance two-person monohull racing dinghy. Developed in the early 1950s in the Netherlands, its large sail area per unit weight allow it to plane easily when sailing upwind. The boat utilizes a trapeze harness for the crew and hiking straps for the skipper to counterbalance the wind force on its sails. It made its Olympic debut at the 1960 Olympic Games.

The FD is still one of the fastest racing dinghies in the world.[3] She carries a mainsail, a very large foresail genoa, and a large spinnaker for running and reaching. The FD has been the basis for many important innovations in sailing over the past half century:

These innovations were possible because the FD was left as an "open" one-design class, where innovation and development in the boat is allowed and encouraged. Parameters that influence the speed of the boat directly, including hull shape, weight, and sail area are strictly controlled, but other areas can be adapted to suit.

The FD was sailed in Olympic competitions from 1960 Olympic Games through the 1992 Olympic Games. Since 2008 the FD is one of the Vintage Yachting Classes at the Vintage Yachting Games.

History[edit]

FD USA 1488 a 1990 MADER Composite construction modern Flying Dutchman

It was in the late 1940s that the IYRU instigated a new modern two man international dinghy, the Tornado. She was not a success, as there was no leap forward compared to the existing pre-war classes. The Royal Loosdrecht Yacht Club of Conrad Gülcher obtained half a dozen Tornados and found them very uninspiring. Conrad imagined that with modern construction methods and the use of moulded ply, a better dinghy could be constructed. Conrad with the help of Uus Van Essen, a naval architect and measurer for the Dutch Yachting Federation made a preliminary design early in September 1951. The design was sent to 30 top class helmsmen in Europe, including Bossom (SUI), John Cahmier (GBR), Charles Curry (GBR), Manfred Curry (GER), Ferry Laagwater (NED), Stewart Morris (GBR), Morits Skaugen (NOR) and Shorty Trimingham (BER), with the request to comment within two weeks. By the end of September 23 responses had been returned with suggestions for modifications to the design of the boat.

Mr. Loeff, chairman of the Dutch Yachting Federation, agreed to discuss the boat at the November meeting of the IYRU, but required he see her sail first. As no prototype yet existed, this was hardly feasible to accomplish, but Conrad had the mould and hull built in one week, and the mast cut, stepped and the boat rigged in another. The boat was designed to be very simple, and consequently inexpensive to produce. The easily repeatable measurement system defined by Uss van Essen aided to that end. It took to the water against the 12m2 Sharpie and the Tornado dinghy at Loosdrecht one week before the IYRU meetings. Mr. Loeff was impressed, and took the plans to the IYRU for discussion. It was decided to hold trials for the new boat class in the summer of 1952 in the Netherlands, and the name of the design, Flying Dutchman, was born. The trials were held on the Loosdrecht lakes and on the open water of the IJsselmeer at Muiden. Seventeen boats participated, some one-designs like the Osprey and Typhoon, and others were from existing classes, including Hornet, Thistle, Sharpie, and Rennjolle. The results clearly showed the new boat to be a success, and the FD was adopted. However, the boat was initially set with the limitation "for continental lakes only".

Paul Henderson in FD KC 41
(Early 1960s FD) 
Fred Imhoff (Helm) and Simon Korver
Late 1960s FD 
Flying Dutchman with spinnaker chute
(21st century FD) 

Another set of trials were set up for 1953 at La Baule on the open sea. Meanwhile, the small jib in the initial design was replaced with the Genoa, and a trapeze was added. At La Baule there were again one-designs such as the Coronet, a smaller version of which later became the 505. Off the wind the Coronet with her bigger spinnaker and mainsail was faster, but upwind the FD won. Afterwards it was clear that the FD did very well on the open sea, and the "lakes" limitation was lifted. The Class started to blossom, thanks largely to the promotional activities of Conrad and a well structured Class Organisation.

In 1957 the FD was selected to replace the Sharpie at the 1960 Olympic Games in Naples. By the 1960s there were "FD" fleets throughout the world, including Lebanon, Morocco, Portuguese East Africa, Argentina, Venezuela, Thailand, along with fleets forming in Europe, the United States, Canada, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand.

Many well known yachtsmen have spent time competing in the FD, including Paul Elvstrom, Hans Fogh, Ben Lexcen, Peder Lunde, Stewart Morris, Keith Musto, André Nelis, Yves and Marc Pajot, Rodney Pattisson, Ted Turner, Jon Turner, David Wilkins, the deKleer brothers, and Buddy Melges.

Events[edit]

Olympic Games[edit]

Source:[4]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Great Britain (GBR) 2 2 1 5
2  Spain (ESP) 2 0 0 2
3  Germany (GER) 1 1 2 4
4  Denmark (DEN) 1 1 1 3
 United States (USA) 1 1 1 3
6  Norway (NOR) 1 1 0 2
7  New Zealand (NZL) 1 0 0 1
8  Canada (CAN) 0 1 1 2
9  France (FRA) 0 1 0 1
 Ireland (IRL) 0 1 0 1
11  Brazil (BRA) 0 0 2 2
12  Hungary (HUN) 0 0 1 1
9 9 9 27
Event Gold Silver Bronze
1960 Rome
details
 Norway (NOR)
Peder Lunde Jr.
Bjørn Bergvall
 Denmark (DEN)
Hans Fogh
Ole Erik Petersen
 Germany (EUA)
Rolf Mulka
Ingo Von Bredow
1964 Tokyo
details
 New Zealand (NZL)
Helmer Pedersen
Earle Wells
 Great Britain (GBR)
Keith Musto
Tony Morgan
 United States (USA)
Harry Melges
William Bentsen
1968 Mexico City
details
 Great Britain (GBR)
Rodney Pattisson
Iain MacDonald-Smith
 West Germany (FRG)
Ulli Libor
Peter Naumann
 Brazil (BRA)
Reinaldo Conrad
Burkhard Cordes
1972 Kiel
details
 Great Britain (GBR)
Rodney Pattisson
Christopher Davies
 France (FRA)
Yves Pajot
Marc Pajot
 West Germany (FRG)
Ulli Libor
Peter Naumann
1976 Montreal
details
 West Germany (FRG)
Jörg Diesch
Eckart Diesch
 Great Britain (GBR)
Rodney Pattisson
Julian Brooke-Houghton
 Brazil (BRA)
Reinaldo Conrad
Peter Ficker
1980 Moscow
details
 Spain (ESP)
Alejandro Abascal
Miguel Noguer
 Ireland (IRL)
David Wilkins
James Wilkinson
 Hungary (HUN)
Szabolcs Detre
Zsolt Detre
1984 Los Angeles
details
 United States (USA)
Jonathan McKee
William Carl Buchan
 Canada (CAN)
Terry McLaughlin
Evert Bastet
 Great Britain (GBR)
Jonathan Richards
Peter Allam
1988 Seoul
details
 Denmark (DEN)
Jørgen Bojsen-Møller
Christian Grønborg
 Norway (NOR)
Ole Pollen
Erik Bjørkum
 Canada (CAN)
Frank McLaughlin
John Millen
1992 Barcelona
details
 Spain (ESP)
Luis Doreste
Domingo Manrique
 United States (USA)
Paul Foerster
Stephen Bourdow
 Denmark (DEN)
Jørgen Bojsen-Møller
Jens Bojsen-Møller

Asian Games[edit]

Source:[5]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Japan 1 0 0 1
2  Thailand 0 1 0 1
3  Indonesia 0 0 1 1
1 1 1 3
Event Gold Silver Bronze
1970
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Bangkok
 Japan (JPN)
Akira Yamamura
Takashi Yamamura
 Thailand (THA)
Dawee Chullasapya
Suthep Indrakosoom
 India (INA)
John Gunawan
David Udjulawa

Pan American Games[edit]

Source:[6]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United States 2 2 0 4
2  Brazil 2 1 0 3
3  Canada 0 1 3 4
4 4 3 10
Event Gold Silver Bronze
1959
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Chicago
 United States (US)  Canada (KC)
1963
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São Paulo
 Brazil (BL)  United States (US)  Canada (KC)
1967
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Winnipeg
 United States (US)  Brazil (BL)  Canada (KC)
1971
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Mexico City
 Brazil (BL)  United States (US)  Canada (KC)

World Championship[edit]

Source:[7]

Year
Gold Silver Bronze
1956 Starnberger See  West Germany
Rolf Mulka
Ingo von Bredow
 East Germany
Walter Berger
Walter Hohensee
 West Germany
Harald Kuehling
Hans Lorentz
1957 Rimini  West Germany
Rolf Mulka
Ingo von Bredow
 Netherlands
Jaap Helder
Joop van Meggelen
 West Germany
Jürgen Wagner
Hans Hauschildt
1958 Attersee  Australia
Rolly Tasker
Ian Palmer
 Italy
Vittorio Porta
Emilio Massino
 Netherlands
Norman Oerlemans
Bob Boeschoten
1959 Whitstable  Italy
Mario Capio
Tullio Pizzorno
 Great Britain
Adrian Jardine
Angus Fryer
 West Germany
Rolf Mulka
Ingo von Bredow
1962 St. Petersburg  Denmark
Hans Fogh
Paul Elvstrøm
 Australia
Rolly Tasker
Andrew White
 Great Britain
Stewart Jardine
James Ramus
1963 Starnberger See   Switzerland
Jean-Pierre Renevier
Serge Graz
 Great Britain
Keith Musto
Tony Morgan
 Italy
Mario Capio
Marco Sartori
1965 Alassio  Great Britain
Richard Pitcher
Ian McCormack
 Italy
Mario Capio
Marco Sartori
 East Germany
Hans J. Cochius
Werner Christoph
1967 Montréal  Great Britain
John Oakeley
David Hunt
 New Zealand
Geoffrey Smale
Ralph Roberts
 Austria
Karl Geiger
Werner Fischer
1969 Napoli  Great Britain
Rodney Pattison
Ian MacDonald-Smith
 France
Alain Draeger
Pierre Nottet
 Great Britain
Keith Musto
John Wigglesworth
1970 Adelaide  Great Britain
Rodney Pattison
Ian MacDonald-Smith
 Great Britain
John Truett
Edward Leask
 Australia
Craig Whitworth
Bob Miller
1971 La Rochelle  Great Britain
Rodney Pattison
Julian Brooke-Houghton
 New Zealand
Jock Bilger
Murray Ross
 Australia
Mark Bethwaite
Tim Alexander
1973 Rochester  Denmark
Hans Fogh
Evert Bastet
 France
Marc Pajot
Yves Pajot
 Brazil
Reinaldo Conrad
Burkhard Cordes
1974 Weymouth  East Germany
Ilja Wolf
Bernd Klenke
 East Germany
Herbert Hüttner
Ulf Pagenkopf
 Canada
Hans Fogh
Evert Bastet
1975 Abino Bay  France
Marc Pajot
Yves Pajot
 New Zealand
Jock Bilger
Murray Ross
 West Germany
Jörg Diesch
Eckart Diesch
1977 Nago-Torbole   Switzerland
Jörg Hotz
André Nicolet
 West Germany
Jörg Diesch
Eckart Diesch
 Netherlands
Erik Vollebregt
Sjoerd Vollebregt
1978 Hayling Island  West Germany
Albert Batzill
Rudolf Batzill
 West Germany
Jörg Diesch
Eckart Diesch
 Spain
Alejandro Abascal
Miguel Noguer
1979 Kiel  France
Mark Bouet
Thierry Poirey
 Spain
Alejandro Abascal
Miguel Noguer
 Netherlands
Erik Vollebregt
Sjoerd Vollebregt
1980 Malmö  Canada
Terence McLaughlin
Evert Bastet
 West Germany
Albert Batzill
Rudolf Batzill
 West Germany
Jörg Diesch
Eckart Diesch
1981 Palamos  West Germany
Albert Batzill
Rudolf Batzill
 West Germany
Jörg Diesch
Eckart Diesch
 Italy
Marco Savelli
Roberto Gazzei
1982 Geelong  West Germany
Anton Schwarz
Peter Fröschl
 Sweden
Bengt Hagander
Magnus Kjell
 Canada
Terence McLaughlin
Evert Bastet
1983 Cagliari  United States
Jonathan McKee
William Carl Buchan
 West Germany
Jörg Diesch
Eckart Diesch
 Soviet Union
Sergey Borodinov
Vladyslav Akimenko
1984 La Rochelle  West Germany
Albert Batzill
Klaus Wende
 France
Mark Bouet
Bruno Gandolphe
 France
Laurent Delage
Thierry Poirey
1985 Carignano  Denmark
Jörgen Schønherr
Michael Poulsen
 West Germany
Jörg Diesch
Eckart Diesch
 Italy
Mario Celon
Claudio Celon
1986 Rio de Janeiro  West Germany
Jörg Diesch
Eckart Diesch
 West Germany
Albert Batzill
Klaus Wende
 Canada
Frank McLaughlin
John Millen
1987 Kiel  Spain
Luis Doreste
Andor Serra
 Soviet Union
Sergey Borodinov
Viktor Budanzev
 West Germany
Markus Wieser
Franz Wieser
1988 Medemblik  Denmark
Jørgen Bojsen Møller
Christian Grønborg
 New Zealand
Murrey Jones
Gerg Knowles
 France
Thierry Berger
Vincent Berger
1989 Alassio  West Germany
Albert Batzill
Peter Lang
 West Germany
Markus Wieser
Peter Fröschl
 Norway
Ole Petter Pollen
Erik Bjorkum
1990 Newport  Denmark
Jørgen Bojsen Møller
Jens Bojsen Møller
 France
Thierry Berger
Vincent Berger
 West Germany
Albert Batzill
Peter Lang
1991 Tauranga  United States
Paul Foerster
Stephen Bourdow
 France
Thierry Berger
Vincent Berger
 Denmark
Jørgen Bojsen Møller
Jens Bojsen Møller
1992 Cadiz  United States
Paul Foerster
Stephen Bourdow
 New Zealand
Murrey Jones
Greg Knowles
 France
Thierry Berger
Vincent Berger
1993 Travemünde  Denmark
Jørgen Bojsen Møller
Jens Bojsen Møller
 Germany
Stephan Schurich
Mark Dieckmann
 Germany
Andreas Piettner
Max Friedrich
1994 Adelaide  Hungary
Szabolcs Majthényi
András Domokos
 Australia
Ian McCrossin
James Cook
 New Zealand
Paul Francis
Simon Mander
1995 Nago-Torbole  Australia
Ian McCrossin
James Cook
 Germany
Eddy Eich
Ben Hagenmeyer
 Netherlands
Wim Lageslag
Peter van Koppen
1996 Balatonfüred  Germany
Ulf Lehmann
Stefan Mädicke
 Hungary
Szabolcs Majthényi
András Domokos
 Germany
Uwe Steingross
Sven Hermenau
1997 St. Petersburg  Australia
Ian McCrossin
James Cook
 Italy
Roberto Cipriani
Stefano Morelli
 Germany
Hans-Peter Schwarz
Roland Kirst
1998 Den Oever  Netherlands
Enno Kramer
Hein Dijksterhuis
 Australia
Ian McCrossin
James Cook
 Netherlands
Wim Langeslag
Jacob Bojsen-Møller
1999 Lee-on-the-Solent  Denmark
Jørgen Schonherr
Jacob Bojsen-Møller
 Germany
Jörn Borowski
Andreas Berlin
 Netherlands
Enno Kramer
Hein Dijksterhuis
2000 Durban  Australia
Ian McCrossin
James Cook
 Germany
Hans-Peter Schwarz
Roland Kirst
 Great Britain
John Best
James Cole
2001 Gilleleje  Denmark
Jørgen Bojsen-Møller
Jacob Bojsen-Møller
 Hungary
Szabolcs Majthényi
András Domokos
 Germany
Hans-Peter Schwarz
Roland Kirst
2002 Tavira  Hungary
Szabolcs Majthényi
András Domokos
 Germany
Hans-Peter Schwarz
Roland Kirst
 Italy
Roberto Cipriani
Stefano Morelli
2003 Sandringham  Hungary
Szabolcs Majthényi
András Domokos
 Australia
Norman Rydge
Richard Scarr
 Germany
Hans-Peter Schwarz
Peter van Koppen
2004 Warnemünde  Hungary
Szabolcs Majthényi
András Domokos
 Denmark
Jørgen Bojsen-Møller
Jacob Bojsen-Møller
 Germany
Jörn Borowski
Andreas Berlin
2005 Balatonföldvár  Denmark
Jørgen Bojsen-Møller
Jacob Bojsen-Møller
 Hungary
Szabolcs Majthényi
András Domokos
 Australia
Norman Rydge
Richard Scarr
2006 St. Petersburg  Hungary
Szabolcs Majthényi
András Domokos
 Germany
Hans-Peter Schwarz
Roland Kirst
 Italy
Roberto Cipriani
Stefano Morelli
2007 Los Alcázares  Denmark
Jørgen Bojsen-Møller
Jacob Bojsen-Møller
 Spain
Carlos Beltri
Javier Cayuela
 Germany
Dirk Bogumil
Michael Lisken
2008 Napier  Hungary
Szabolcs Majthényi
András Domokos
 Australia
Ian McCrossin
James Cook
 Australia
Norman Rydge
Richard Scarr
2009 Medemblik  Denmark
Jørgen Bojsen-Møller
Jacob Bojsen-Møller
 Hungary
Szabolcs Majthényi
András Domokos
 Netherlands
Bas van der Pol
Mark van der Pol
2010 Constanţa  Hungary
Szabolcs Majthényi
András Domokos
 Netherlands
Enno Kramer
Ard Geelkerken
 Italy
Nicola Vespasiani
Francesco Vespasiani
2011 Malcesine  Hungary
Szabolcs Majthényi
András Domokos
 Denmark
Jørgen Bojsen-Møller
Jacob Bojsen-Møller
 Netherlands
Enno Kramer
Ard Geelkerken
2012 Santa Cruz  Hungary
Szabolcs Majthényi
András Domokos
 Netherlands
Enno Kramer
Ard Geelkerken
 Germany
Kay-Uwe Lüdtke
Kai Schäfers
2013 Balatonföldvár  Netherlands
Enno Kramer
Ard Geelkerken
 Hungary
Szabolcs Majthényi
András Domokos
 Denmark
Jørgen Bojsen-Møller
Jacob Bojsen-Møller
2014 Largs  Hungary
Szabolcs Majthényi
András Domokos
 Netherlands
Enno Kramer
Ard Geelkerken
 Italy
Nicola Vespasiani
Francesco Vespasiani
2015 Sydney  Hungary
Szabolcs Majthényi
András Domokos
 Netherlands
Enno Kramer
Ard Geelkerken
 Germany
Kilian König
Johannes Brack
2016 Steinhude  Denmark
Jørgen Bojsen-Møller
Jacob Bojsen-Møller
 Germany
Kay-Uwe Lüdtke
Kai Schäfers
 Germany
Kilian König
Johannes Brack
2017 Scarlino[8]  Hungary
Szabolcs Majthényi
András Domokos
 Germany
Hans-Peter Schwarz
Roland Kirst
 Denmark
Jørgen Bojsen-Møller
Jacob Bojsen-Møller

European Championship[edit]

Source:[9]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United Kingdom 10 2 2 14
2  Hungary 6 1 1 6
3  Denmark 5 3 1 9
4  West Germany 2 3 5 10
5  France 2 1 3 6
6   Switzerland 2 1 1 4
7  Italy 2 0 1 3
8  East Germany 1 4 1 6
9  Spain 1 3 1 5
10  Canada 1 1 1 3
11  Soviet Union 1 0 0 1
12  Germany 0 4 2 6
13  Norway 0 2 0 2
14  Austria 0 1 2 3
15  Netherlands 0 0 3 3
16  Australia 0 0 1 1
 Japan 0 0 1 1
31 26 26 83
Event Gold Silver Bronze
1955  Denmark (D)
Poul Elvstrøm
Aage Birch
1956  Italy (I)
Vittorio Porta
Beppe Barnao
1957   Switzerland (Z)
Pierre Siegenthaler
Michel Buzzi
1959
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Juelsminde
 West Germany (G)
Detlev Kreidel
Joachim Möller
 Austria (OE)
Fereberger
 United Kingdom K)
Adrian Jardine
Angus Fryer
1960
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Sandhamn
 Denmark (DEN)
Hans Fogh
Ole Gunnar Petersen
  Switzerland (Z)
Pierre Siegenthaler
Michel Buzzi
 United Kingdom K)
Dawes
1961
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Attersee
  Switzerland (Z)
Pierre Siegenthaler
Michel Buzzi
 West Germany (G)
Kadelbach
 Netherlands (H)
Ben Verhagen
1962
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Muiden
 United Kingdom K)
N. Wooderson Johnson
Christopher Davies
 Norway (N)
Peder Lunde Jr.
Bjørn Bergvall
 France (F)
Auclair
1964
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Whitstable
 United Kingdom K)
Keith Musto
Tony Morgan
 Denmark (D)
Hans Fogh
Ole Gunnar Petersen
 Austria (OE)
Geiger
Fisher
1966
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Horten
 United Kingdom K)
John Oakeley
David Hunt
 United Kingdom K)
Keith Musto
Tony Morgan
 France (F)
Draeger
Gavier
1967
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Bandol
 United Kingdom K)
John Oakeley
David Hunt
 United Kingdom K)
Rodney Pattison
Iain MacDonald-Smith
 Austria (OE)
Geiger
Fischer
1968
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Balatonfüred
 United Kingdom K)
Rodney Pattison
Iain MacDonald-Smith
 France (F)
Bertrand Cheret
Bernard Trouble
 Netherlands (H)
Ben Verhagen
Nick de Jong
1969  United Kingdom K)
Rodney Pattison
Iain MacDonald-Smith
1970
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Mar Menor
 United Kingdom K)
Rodney Pattison
Iain MacDonald-Smith
 East Germany (GO)
Herbert Hüttner
Dietmar Gede
 Italy (ITA)
Massone
1971
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Arenys de Mar

[10]

 United Kingdom K)
Rodney Pattison
Julian Brooke
1972
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Medemblik
 United Kingdom K)
Rodney Pattison
Christopher Davies
 Germany (G)
Ullrich Libor
Peter Naumann
 Netherlands (H)
Fred Imhoff
Simon Korver
1973
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Thun
 East Germany (GO)
Herbert Hüttner
Ulf Pagenkopf
 East Germany (GO)
Fröbe
Mayer
 France (F)
Marc Pajot
Yves Pajot
1975
Flag of Germany.svg
Travemünde
 United Kingdom K)
Rodney Pattison
Julian Brooke-Houghton
 West Germany (G)
Albert Batzill
Rudolf Batzill
  Switzerland (Z)
J. Hotz
A. Nicolet
1976
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Hyères
 Canada (KC)
Hans Fogh
Evert Bastet
 East Germany (GO)
Uwe Steingross
Jörg Schramme
 West Germany (G)
Jörg Diesch
Eckart Diesch
1982
Flag of Switzerland.svg
Silvaplana
 Denmark (D)
Jørgen Bojsen-Møller
Jacob Bojsen-Møller
 West Germany (G)
Jörg Diesch
Eckart Diesch
 West Germany (G)
Wiesner
Dressendörfer
1986
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Rijeka
 West Germany (G)
Jörg Diesch
Eckart Diesch
 Canada (KC)
Frank McLaughlin
John Millan
 Japan (J)
Sato
Wakanaga
1987  France (F)
Thierry Berger
Vincent Berger
 Denmark (D)
Jørgen Bojsen-Møller
Jacob Bojsen-Møller
 Spain (E)
Luis Doreste
Andor Serra
1988
Flag of Spain.svg
Palma de Mallorca
 Spain (E)
Luis Doreste
Miguel Noguer
 Norway (N)
Ole Petter Pollen
Erik Bjørkum
 West Germany (G)
Albert Batzill
Peter Lang
1989
Flag of Hungary.svg
Balatonfüred
 Hungary (M)
Tamás Pomucz
Béla Argay
 East Germany (GO)
Ulf Lehmann
Stefan Mädicke
 East Germany (GO)
Jörn Borowski
Matthias Kroh
1990  Soviet Union (SR)
Georgy Shayduko
Viktor Budanzev
 Spain (E)
Luis Doreste
Domingo Manrique
 West Germany (G)
Andreas Willim
Carsten Kemmling
1991  Italy (I)
Luca Santella
Flavio Grassi
 Spain (E)
Luis Doreste
Domingo Manrique
 West Germany (G)
Albert Batzill
Peter Lang
1992  France (FRA)
Thierry Berger
Vincent Berger
 Spain (ESP)
Luis Doreste
Domingo Manrique
 Canada (CAN)
Frank McLaughlin
John Millen
1997
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Mar Menor
 Hungary (HUN)
Szabolcs Majthényi
András Domokos
 Germany (GER)
Michael Dorrer
Josef Seebauer
 Germany (GER)
Andreas Gillwald
Martin Romberg
2000
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Elba
 Hungary (HUN)
Szabolcs Majthényi
András Domokos
 Germany (GER)
Hans-Peter Schwarz
Roland Kirst
 Denmark (DEN)
Jørgen Schønherr
Jørgen Bojsen-Møller
2003
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Dervio
 Denmark (DEN)
Jørgen Bojsen-Møller
Jacob Bojsen-Møller
 Germany (GER)
Hans-Peter Schwarz
Roland Kirst
 Hungary (HUN)
Szabolcs Majthényi
András Domokos
2006
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Neusiedl
 Hungary (HUN)
Szabolcs Majthényi
András Domokos
 Denmark (DEN)
Jørgen Bojsen-Møller
Jacob Bojsen-Møller
 Germany (GER)
Dirk Bogumil
Michael Lisken
2008
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Rabac
 Denmark (DEN)
Jørgen Bojsen-Møller
Jacob Bojsen-Møller
 Hungary (HUN)
Szabolcs Majthényi
András Domokos
 Australia (AUS)
Norman Rydge
Richard Scarr
2012
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Altea
 Hungary (HUN)
Szabolcs Majthényi
András Domokos
 Denmark (DEN)
Jørgen Bojsen-Møller
Jacob Bojsen-Møller
 Netherlands (NED)
Enno Kramer
Ard Geelkerken
2015
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Umag
 Hungary (HUN)
Szabolcs Majthényi
András Domokos
 Netherlands (NED)
Enno Kramer
Ard Geelkerken

Vintage Yachting Games[edit]

Source:[11]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Austria 1 1 0 2
2  Hungary 1 0 0 1
3  Germany 0 1 1 2
4  Spain 0 0 1 1
Event Gold Silver Bronze
2008
Netherlands
Medemblik
 Hungary (HUN)
Szabolcs Majthenyi
Andras Domokos
 Germany (GER)
Kilian Koenig
Johannes Brack
 Germany (GER)
Kai Schäfers
Markus Landgrebe
2012
Italy
Lake Como
 Austria (AUT)
Christoph Aichholzer
Philipp Zingerle
 Austria (AUT)
Silvia Aichholzer
Christoph Zingerle
 Spain (ESP)
Ginés Romero Bernabeu
Alvaro Moreno Egea
2016
United Kingdom
Weymouth Bay
Dates to be decided

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Centerboard Classes". US Sailing. Archived from the original on 16 August 2012. Retrieved 31 July 2012. 
  2. ^ "RYA Portsmouth Yardstick Scheme 2007" (PDF). Royal Yachting Association. Retrieved 21 August 2012. 
  3. ^ Portsmouth tables Archived 16 February 2012 at the Wayback Machine.
  4. ^ Olympics
  5. ^ Asian Archived 25 June 2009 at the Wayback Machine.
  6. ^ Pan American Archived 25 June 2009 at the Wayback Machine.
  7. ^ Worlds Archived 20 February 2010 at the Wayback Machine.
  8. ^ http://www.fdworlds2017.com/2017/09/29/day-6-final-results/
  9. ^ European Archived 25 June 2009 at the Wayback Machine.
  10. ^ "Rodney Pattison retains Olympic Gold 1972". BBC. Retrieved 21 August 2008. 
  11. ^ Vintage

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