Laser World Championship

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The Laser World Championship have been held every year since 1974, organized by the International Sailing Federation.[1]

Laser is an Olympic sailing class.

Editions[edit]

Year City Country Dates Athletes Nations Note
1974  Bermuda [2][3]
1976 Kiel  West Germany [4][3]
1977 Cabo Frio  Brazil [5][3]
1979 Perth  Australia [6][3]
1980 Kingston  Canada [7][3]
1982 Sardinia  Italy [3]
1983 Gulfport  United States [3]
1985 Halmstad  Sweden [3]
1987 Melbourne  Australia [3]
1988 Falmouth  United Kingdom 27 August – 2 September [8][3]
1989 Aarhus  Denmark [9][3]
1990 Newport  United States [10][3]
1991 Porto Carras  Greece [11][3]
1993 Auckland  New Zealand 7–17 March [12][3]
1994 Wakayama  Japan [3]
1995 Tenerife  Spain [3]
1996 Simon's Town  South Africa 9–16 April [13]
1997 Algarrobo  Chile 13–22 October [14]
1998 Dubai  United Arab Emirates 3–13 March part of the 1998 ISAF World Sailing Games [15][16]
1999 Melbourne  Australia 4–13 January [17]
2000 Cancún  Mexico 13–22 March [18]
2001 Cork  Ireland 30 July – 8 August [19]
2002 Cape Cod  United States 9–11 September [20]
2003 Cádiz  Spain 11–24 September part of the 2003 ISAF Sailing World Championships
2004 Bitez  Turkey 10–19 May [21]
2005 Fortaleza  Brazil 18–28 September [22]
2006 Jeju  South Korea 12–20 September [23]
2007 Cascais  Portugal 28 June – 13 July part of the 2007 ISAF Sailing World Championships
2008 Terrigal  Australia 5–13 February [24]
2009 Halifax  Canada 17–26 August [25]
2010 Hayling Island  United Kingdom 27 August – 5 September [25]
2011 Perth  Australia 3–18 December part of the 2011 ISAF Sailing World Championships
2012 Boltenhagen  Germany 30 May – 10 May [25]
2013 Al-Musannah  Oman 14–23 November [25]
2014 Santander  Spain 12–21 September part of the 2014 ISAF Sailing World Championships
2015 Kingston  Canada 29 June – 8 July [26]
2016 Nuevo Vallarta  Mexico 10–18 May [27]
2017 Split  Croatia 12–19 September [28]
2018 Aarhus  Denmark 30 July – 12 August part of the 2018 Sailing World Championships

Medalists[edit]

Year
Gold Silver Bronze
1974 Hamilton  Peter Commette (USA)  Norman Freeman (USA)  Chris Boome (USA)
1976 Kiel  John Bertrand (USA)  Barry Thom (NZL)  Edward Adams (USA)
1977 Cabo Frío  John Bertrand (USA)  Peter Commette (USA)  Mark Neeleman (NED)
1979 Perth  Lasse Hjortnæs (DEN)  Peter Conde (AUS)  Andrew Menkart (USA)
1980 Kingston  Ed Baird (USA)  Jose Barcel Dias (BRA)  John Cutler (NZL)
1982 Sardinia  Terry Neilson (CAN)  Andrew Roy (CAN)  Mark Brink (USA)
1983 Gulfport  Oscar Paulich (NED)  Per Arne Nilson (NOR)  Asbjörn Arnkvaern (SWE)
1985 Halmstad  Lawrence Crispin (GBR)  Andreas John (GER)  Benny Andersen (DEN)
1987 Melbourne  Stuart Wallace (AUS)  Gunni Pedersen (DEN)  Peter Tanscheit (BRA)
1988 Falmouth  Glenn Bourke (AUS)  Benny Andersen (DEN)  Peter Fox (NZL)
1989 Aarhus  Glenn Bourke (AUS)  Wouter Duetz (NED)  Scott Ellis (AUS)
1990 Newport  Glenn Bourke (AUS)  Steven Bourdow (USA)  Peter Tanscheit (BRA)
1991 Porto Carras  Peter Tanscheit (BRA)  Stefan Warkalla (GER)  Mladen Makjanić (CRO)
1993 Takapuna  Thomas Johanson (FIN)  Peter Tanscheit (BRA)  Robert Scheidt (BRA)
1994 Wakayama  Nikolas Burfoot (NZL)  Pascal Lacoste (FRA)  Serge Kats (NED)
1995 Tenerife  Robert Scheidt (BRA)  Nik Burfoot (NZL)  Eivind Melleby (NOR)
1996 Simon's Town  Robert Scheidt (BRA)  Karl Suneson (SWE)  Ben Ainslie (GBR)
1997 Algarrobo  Robert Scheidt (BRA)  Nik Burfoot (NZL)  Ben Ainslie (GBR)
1998 Dubai[29]
details
 Ben Ainslie (GBR)  Michael Blackburn (AUS)  Daniel Birgmark (SWE)
1999 Melbourne  Ben Ainslie (GBR)  Robert Scheidt (BRA)  Karl Suneson (SWE)
2000 Cancún
details
 Robert Scheidt (BRA)  Michael Blackburn (AUS)  Ben Ainslie (GBR)
2001 Cork
details
 Robert Scheidt (BRA)  Gustavo Lima (POR)  Peer Moberg (NOR)
2002 Hyannis
details
 Robert Scheidt (BRA)  Karl Suneson (SWE)  Paul Goodison (GBR)
2003 Cádiz
details
 Gustavo Lima (POR)  Robert Scheidt (BRA)  Michael Blackburn (AUS)
2004 Bitez
details
 Robert Scheidt (BRA)  Mark Mendelblatt (USA)  Michael Blackburn (AUS)
2005 Fortaleza
details
 Robert Scheidt (BRA)  Vasilij Žbogar (SLO)  Diego Romero (ARG)
2006 Jeju
details
 Michael Blackburn (AUS)  Tom Slingsby (AUS)  Rasmus Myrgren (SWE)
2007 Cascais
details
 Tom Slingsby (AUS)  Andrew Murdoch (NZL)  Deniss Karpak (EST)
2008 Terrigal
details
 Tom Slingsby (AUS)  Julio Alsogaray (ARG)  Javier Hernández (ESP)
2009 Halifax
details
 Paul Goodison (GBR)  Michael Bullot (NZL)  Nick Thompson (GBR)
2010 Hayling Island
details
 Tom Slingsby (AUS)  Nick Thompson (GBR)  Andrew Murdoch (NZL)
2011 Perth
details
 Tom Slingsby (AUS)  Nick Thompson (GBR)  Andrew Murdoch (NZL)
2012 Boltenhagen
details
 Tom Slingsby (AUS)  Tonči Stipanović (CRO)  Andrew Murdoch (NZL)
2013 Al Musannah
details
 Robert Scheidt (BRA)  Pavlos Kontides (CYP)  Philipp Buhl (GER)
2014 Santander
details
 Nicholas Heiner (NED)  Tom Burton (AUS)  Nick Thompson (GBR)
2015 Kingston
details
 Nick Thompson (GBR)  Philipp Buhl (GER)  Tom Burton (AUS)
2016 Riviera Nayarit[30]
details
 Nick Thompson (GBR)  Jean-Baptiste Bernaz (FRA)  Rutger van Schaardenburg (NED)
2017 Split[31]
details
 Pavlos Kontides (CYP)  Tom Burton (AUS)  Matthew Wearn (AUS)
2018 Aarhus[32]
details
 Pavlos Kontides (CYP)  Matthew Wearn (AUS)  Philipp Buhl (GER)

Multiple medallist[edit]

# Athlete Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Robert Scheidt  Brazil 9 2 1 12
2 Tom Slingsby  Australia 5 1 0 6
3 Nick Thompson  United Kingdom 2 2 2 6
4 Glenn Bourke  Australia 3 0 0 3
5 Pavlos Kontides  Cyprus 2 1 0 3

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  29. ^ https://site-isaf.soticcloud.net/regattainfo.php?view=eventoa&rgtaid=1661&regattaid=1661&evntid=6776#results__1661
  30. ^ https://sailing.laserinternational.org/regattauploads/2016/SM/2016_Std_Men_Worlds_Final_Results.htm
  31. ^ https://sailing.laserinternational.org/regattauploads/2017/SM/2017_Std_Men_Worlds_Final_Results.htm
  32. ^ https://www.manage2sail.com/en-US/Home/DownloadReport/event/c64b4c22-4afb-4889-9a4d-84ce7442aa35/report/6a15a512-e7fd-4433-b571-94455d865a07

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