Yngling (keelboat)

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International Yngling
Ynglinglogo.png
Class symbol
Yngling (keelboat).svg
Development
Designer Jan H. Linge
Location Norway
Year 1967
Design One-Design
Role National Norwegian Class
Boat
Crew 2 or 3
Maximum crew weight: 225 kg (496 lb)
Draft 1.05 m (3 ft 5 in)
Hull
Type Monohull
Construction GRP
Hull weight 645 kg (1,422 lb)
LOA 6.37 m (20.9 ft)
LWL 4.7 m (15 ft)
Beam 1.7 m (5 ft 7 in)
Hull appendages
Keel/board type Fixed 310 kg (680 lb)
Rig
Rig type Bermuda rig
Sails
Mainsail area 10.5 m2 (113 sq ft)
Jib/genoa area 5.33 m2 (57.4 sq ft)
Spinnaker area Max: 20 m2 (220 sq ft)
Upwind sail area 15.837 m2 (170.47 sq ft)
Racing
D-PN 93.4
RYA PN opzoeken
Former Olympic class
Yngling

An Yngling (/ˈɪŋlɪŋ/; Norwegian: [ˈyŋliŋ]) is a sailing boat which the International Yngling Association call an "agreeable cross between a planing dinghy and a keelboat." It can be regarded as a smaller version of the Soling although there are differences in sailing characteristics, proportion, and tuning requirements, between the two classes.

It was designed in 1967 by Jan Herman Linge to build a keelboat for his young son, and thus named it Yngling, the Norwegian word for "youngster"; the name is unrelated to the House of Yngling or the Ynglinga saga.

In the last quarter of the last century the class gained interest in many countries worldwide and spread over the continents of North America, Australia and Europe.The Yngling received ISAF International Class status in 1979 and was chosen as the Olympic Women's Keelboat for 2004 and 2008. The boat's Olympic status led to a flurry of activity in building and sail design refinements. For the London 2012 games the Yngling was replaced by the Elliott 6m.

More than 4,000 Ynglings have been built and they are actively raced in 3 continents.

Since 2010 the Yngling is one of the Vintage Yachting Classes of the Vintage Yachting Games.

Event[edit]

Olympics[1][edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Great Britain (GBR) 2 0 0 2
2  Netherlands (NED) 0 1 0 1
 Ukraine (UKR) 0 1 0 1
4  Greece (GRE) 0 0 1 1
 Denmark (DEN) 0 0 1 1
2 2 2 6
Event Gold Silver Bronze
2004 Athens
details
 Great Britain (GBR)
Shirley Robertson
Sarah Webb
Sarah Ayton
 Ukraine (UKR)
Ruslana Taran
Ganna Kalinina
Svitlana Matevusheva
 Denmark (DEN)
Dorte Jensen
Helle Jespersen
Christina Otzen
2008 Beijing
details
 Great Britain (GBR)
Sarah Ayton
Sarah Webb
Pippa Wilson
 Netherlands (NED)
Mandy Mulder
Annemieke Bes
Merel Witteveen
 Greece (GRE)
Sofia Bekatorou
Virginia Kravarioti
Sofia Papadopoulou

World Cup[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Denmark 6 0 0 28
2  Norway 1 0 0 10
7 0 0 7
Event Gold Silver Bronze
1972  Denmark (D)
Bo Hansen
Fricke
Hansen
1973  Denmark (D)
Holm
Kampmann
Iversen
1974  Norway (N)
Bøe
Odd Hverven
1975  Denmark (D)
Tang
Iversen
Bry
1976
Denmark
Taarbæk
 Denmark (D)
R. Hansen
1977  Denmark (D)
Thunbo Christensen
1978  Denmark (D)
Jørgen Ring
Christensen
Andersen

Open World Championship[2][edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Denmark 15 2 5 22
2  Netherlands 8 11 6 25
3  Austria 4 2 1 7
4  Norway 4 1 0 5
5  United States 3 2 2 7
6  Australia 2 2 2 6
7  Russia 0 1 1 2
8  Germany 0 0 2 2
9  Canada 0 0 1 1
 New Zealand 0 0 1 1
35 19 19 73
Year
Gold Silver Bronze
1979  Norway
Wang
Nielsen Lie
Hanssen
1980  Austria
Fereberger
Spitzbart
Zelder
1981  Norway
Wang
1982  Norway
Pettersen
Johansen
Selander
1983  Denmark
Ranløv
Rossing
Hemmingsen
1984  Denmark
Pehrson
Midtgaard
Lassen
1985  Denmark
Palm
Løppenthin
Sebbelo
1986  Denmark
Pehrsson
N. Chr. Andersen
Sebbelov
1987  Denmark
Pehrsson
N. Chr. Andersen
Sebbelov
1988  Denmark
Andersen
Pedersen
Løppenthin
1989  Denmark
Niels Andersen
1990  Norway
E. Torgersen
Espen Stokkeland
N. C. Jansen
1991  Denmark
Bo Seiko
Klaus Landsmann
Michael Empacher
1992  Denmark
Ch. Rasmussen
Reinhold
Hartvig
1993  Denmark
Jesper Bendix
Jacob Grønbæk
Lars Christensen
1994  Denmark
Soren Ebdrup
A. Dam
M.Vilsbaek
1995 no champion decided
1996 Sydney  Australia
Neville Wittey
Joshua Grace
David Edwards
 Australia
Lumb
Bethwaite
Levy
 Denmark
Andersen
Hovgaard
Løppenthin
1997 Stavoren  Denmark
Mads Christensen
 Denmark
Claus Høj Jensen
 Denmark
Lars Gottfrederiksen
1998 Wolfgangsee  Denmark
Mads Christensen
Soren Hogild
Anders Fisker
 Norway
Arne Dahl
Daurer
Andreassen
 Netherlands
Yska Minks
De Vries
Marcel de Jong
1999 Landskrona  Denmark
Mads Christensen
Soren Hogild
Anders Fisker
 Austria
Christoph Skolaut
Georg Skolaut
Wolfgang Riha
 Denmark
Nicklas David Holm
Mattias Thomsen
Anders Rñgeberg
2000 Skødstrup  Austria
Rudi Mayr
C. Mayr
N. Pracher
 Denmark
Lars Gottfredsen
C. Kamp
M. Hans
 Denmark
Mads Christensen
Soren Høgild
Anders Fisker
2001 Newport  Austria
Christoph Skolaut
Georg Skolaut
Wolfgang Riha
 United States
Betty Alison
 United States
Hannah Swett
2002 Brunnen  Denmark
Claus Hoj Jensen
Maria Holm
Morten Harmsen
 Austria
Christoph Skolaut
Georg Skolaut
Wolfgang Riha
 Austria
Rudi Mayr
Wolfgang Daurer
Ferdinand Huber
2003 Warnemünde  United States
Betsy Alison
Suzy Leech
Lee Icyda
 United States
Hannah Swett
Joan Touchette
Melissa Purdy
 New Zealand
Sharon Ferris
Joanna White
Sara Winther
2004 Sydney  Australia
Neville Wittey
Jean-Claude Strong
Sam Newton
 Australia
Nicky Bethwaite
Kristen Kosmala
Karyn Gojnich
 Australia
Adrian Nash
Sean Edmiston
Ian Steve
2005 Mondsee  Netherlands
Maarten Jamin
Gert-Henk Bakker
Jansje Hofstra
 Netherlands
Tom Otte
Marijke van Dijk
Ester Otte
 United States
John Ingalls
Jamey Randall
Bruce Chafee
2006 La Rochelle  United States
John Ingalls
Jamey Randall
Mikael Komar
 Netherlands
Tom Otte
Marijke van Dijk
Ester Otte
 Denmark
Bo Reker Andersen
Erik Prins
Henrik Brendstrup
2007 Medemblik  Netherlands
Hidde-Jan Haven
Don van Arem
Auke van der Werf
 Russia
Anna Basalkina (ru)
Vladislava Ukraitseva
Yekaterina Maksimova
 Russia
Yekaterina Skudina
Diyana Krutskikh
Natalya Ivanova
2008 Skovshoved  Netherlands
Tom Otte
Mark Haven
Floortje de Vries
 Netherlands
Hidde-Jan Haven
Don van Arem
Miguel Karsters
 Canada
Jennifer Provan
Martha Henderson
Katie Abbott
2009 Kalmar  Netherlands
Tom Otte
Mark Haven
Floortje de Vries
 Netherlands
Maarten Jamin
Jaap Smolders
Jansje Hofstra
 Netherlands
Hidde-Jan Haven
Don van Arem
Miguel Karsters
2010 Lelystad  United States
John Ingalls
Torey Pellegrini
Bruce Chafee
 Netherlands
Yska Minks
Jaap Molenaar
Wouter Toornstra
 Netherlands
Tom Otte
Sander Oostber
Jan Deen
2011 Attersee  Netherlands
Maarten Jamin
Jaap Smolders
Menno Berens
 Netherlands
Tom Otte
Mark Haven
Floor de Vries
 Germany
Thorsten Schutt
Claudia Weber
Kai Morwinski
2012 Sydney  Netherlands
Maarten Jamin
Jaap Smolders
Menno Berens
 Netherlands
Tom Otte
Diederik Kuilers
Reinier Tromp
 Australia
Michael Nash
Mel Nathan
Greg Hartnett
2013 Brunnen  Netherlands
Hidde-Jan Haven
Don van Arem
Auke van der Werf
 Netherlands
Tom Otte
Arjen Kort
Floor de Vries
 Netherlands
Lieuwe Gietema
Diederik Kuiters
Reinier Tromp
2014 Travemünde  Netherlands
Hidde-Jan Haven
Don van Arem
Auke van der Werf
 Netherlands
Maarten Jamin
Jaap Smolders
Menno Bevens
 Netherlands
Lieuwe Gietema
Diederik Kuiters
Reinier Tromp
2015 Askøy  Denmark
Lucas Lier
Frederik Højgaard Berg
Konrad Floryan
 Netherlands
Maarten Jamin
Jaap Smolders
Menno Bevens
 Netherlands
Lieuwe Gietema
Gert Roukema
Reinier Tromp
2016 St. Gilgen  Austria
Rudolf Mayr
Anna Boustani
Philippe Boustani
 Netherlands
Gert Roukema
Robbert Jan Kentgens
Michel Peulen
 Netherlands
Kaj Moorman
Jasper Schuddeboom
Sam Peeks

Woman World Championship[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United States 2 1 3 6
2  Great Britain 2 0 1 3
3  Spain 2 0 0 2
4  Denmark 1 1 1 3
5  Germany 0 3 1 4
6  Australia 0 1 0 1
6  New Zealand 0 1 0 1
7  Russia 0 0 1 1
7 7 7 21
Year
Gold Silver Bronze
2002 Brunnen  Spain
Monica Azon
Laia Tutzo
Sandra Azon
 Germany
Ulrike Schümann
Wibke Bülle
Winnie Lippert
 United States
Betsy Alison
Lee Icyda
Suzy Leech
2003 Cadiz  United States
Hannah Swett
Joan Touchett
Melissa Purdy
 Germany
Ulrike Schümann
Wibke Bülle
Winnie Lippert
 Denmark
Dorte Jensen
Helle Jespersen
Rachel Kiel
2004 Santander  Denmark
Trine Palludan
Christina Otzen
Ida Hartvig
 Denmark
Dorte Jensen
Helle Jespersen
Rachel Kiel
 United States
Carol Cronin
Elizabeth Filter
Nancy Haberland
2005 Mondsee  United States
Sally Barkow
Carrie Howe
Debbie Capozzi
 New Zealand
Sharon Ferries
Raynor Smeal
Ashley Holtum
 Russia
Vlada Ilienko
Ekaterina Kovalenko
Natalia Gaponovich
2006 La Rochelle  Spain
Monica Azon
Graciela Pisonero
Sandra Azon
 Germany
Ulrike Schümann
Runa Kappen
Ute Höptner
 United States
Sally Barkow
Carrie Howe
Debbie Capozzi
2007 Cascais  Great Britain
Sarah Ayton
Sarah Webb
Pippa Wilson
 United States
Sally Barkow
Carrie Howe
Debbie Capozzi
 Great Britain
Shirley Robertson
Lucy MacGregor
Annie Lush
2008 Miami  Great Britain
Sarah Ayton
Sarah Webb
Pippa Wilson
 Australia
Krystal Weir
Karyn Gojnich
Angela Farrell
 Germany
Ulrike Schümann
Julia Bleck
Ute Höptner

European Championship[edit]

Open European Championship[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Netherlands 5 4 4 13
2  Denmark 2 1 2 5
3  Germany 1 0 0 1
4  Russia 0 2 0 2
5  Slovenia 0 1 1 2
6  China 0 0 1 1
7 7 7 21
Event Gold Silver Bronze
2001
Italy
Riva del Garda
 Denmark (DEN)
Claus Høj Jensen
Maria Holm
Morten Harmsen
 Denmark (DEN)
Nikolaj Kamedula
Andreas Nielsen
Simon Mørup-Petersen
 Denmark (DEN)
Jonas Hoegh-Christensen
Casper Peetz
Mathias Thomsen
2004
Netherlands
Stavoren
 Denmark (DEN)
Trine Palludan
 Russia (RUS)
Anna Basalkina (ru)
 Netherlands (NED)
Maarten Jamin
2006
Netherlands
Medemblik
 Spain (ESP)
Monica Azon
Sandra Azon
Graciela Pisonero
 Netherlands (NED)
Mandy Mulder
Brechtje van der Werf
Petronella de Jong
 Germany (GER)
Ulrike Schuemann
Lee Icyda
Ute Hoepfner
2007
Italy
Riva del Garda
 Germany (GER)
Kristin Wagner
Anne-Katrin Pfister
Anna Höll
 Russia (RUS)
Anna Basalkina (ru)
Vladislava Ukraintseva
 China (CHN)
Xiaqun Song
Ru Wang
2008
Italy
Riva del Garda
 Netherlands (NED)
Maarten Jamin
Jansje Hofstra
Jaap Smolders
 Netherlands (NED)
Sander Zwanenburg
Tessa Zwanenburg
Donmar Eekhout
 Netherlands (NED)
Christian Roukema
Egber van Norden
Annika Roukema
2009
Italy
Riva del Garda
 Netherlands (NED)
Maarten Jamin
Jansje Hofstra
Jaap Smolders
 Netherlands (NED)
Sander Zwanenburg
Tessa Zwanenburg
Donmar Eekhout
 Netherlands (NED)
Christian Roukema
Egber van Norden
Annika Roukema
2010
Italy
Riva del Garda
 Netherlands (NED)
Maarten Jamin
Menno Berens
Jaap Smolders
 Netherlands (NED)
Christian Roukema
Egber van Norden
Marije Kampen
 Slovenia (SLO)
Boštjan Antončič
Gennadi Strakh
Karlo Hmeljak
2011
Italy
Riva del Garda
 Netherlands (NED)
Tom Otte
Mark Haven
Sander Oost
 Slovenia (SLO)
Boštjan Antončič
Gennadi Strakh
Mitja Nevecny
 Netherlands (NED)
Maarten Jamin
Menno Berens
Jaap Smolders
2012
Denmark
Aarhus
 Netherlands (NED)
Sander Zwanenburg
Diederik Kuiters
Reinier Tromp
 Netherlands (NED)
Maarten Jamin
Jaap Smolders
Menno Berens
 Denmark (DEN)
Mikkel Winston
Frederik Løppenthin
Tobias Nittegaard
2013
Italy
Riva del Garda
 Netherlands (NED)
Jan Deen
Steven Van Der Zee
Sander Oost
 Netherlands (NED)
Gietema Lieuwe
Diederik Kuiters
Reinier Tromp
 Netherlands (NED)
Maarten Jamin
Menno Berens
Jaap Smolders
2014
Italy
Riva del Garda
 Netherlands (NED)
Gietema Lieuwe
Diederik Kuiters
Reinier Tromp
 Netherlands (NED)
Maarten Jamin
Jaap Smolders
Menno Berens
 Austria (AUT)
Rudi Mayr
Andreas Knittel
Michi Spaengler
2015
Italy
Riva del Garda
 Netherlands (NED)
Maarten Jamin
Menno Berens
Jaap Smolders
 Austria (AUT)
Wolfgang Riha
Georg Skolaut
Thomas Postel
 Germany (GER)
Ralf Teichmann
Jos Vaes
Frank Witzer


Youth European Championship[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Netherlands 6 3 4 13
2  Denmark 4 6 5 15
3  Germany 1 0 0 1
4  Sweden 0 1 1 2
5  United States 0 1 0 1
6  Australia 0 0 1 1
9 9 9 27
Event Gold Silver Bronze
2004
Netherlands
Stavoren
 Netherlands (NED)
Hidde-Jan Haven
 Netherlands (NED)
Clemence Ververs
 Denmark (DEN)
Christian Gioedesen Lund
2005
Netherlands
Medemblik
 Netherlands (NED)
Hidde-Jan Haven
Mark Haven
Allard Nooitgedagt
 Denmark (DEN)
Mikkel Palludan
Anders Stig Poulsen
Christophe Otzen Zafyradis
 Netherlands (NED)
Annora Stavenuiter
Lianne Kedde
Jaap Molenaar
2006
Sweden
Borstahusen
 Netherlands (NED)
Hidde-Jan Haven
Don van Arem
Auke van der Werf
 Sweden (SWE)
Ingrid Söderström
Caroline Åberg
Helena Skarp
 Sweden (SWE)
Jens Allroth
Johan Kongo Nilsson
Filip Nilsson
2007
Netherlands
Medemblik
 Netherlands (NED)
Hidde-Jan Haven
Don van Arem
Auke van der Werf
 Denmark (DEN)
Marc Wain Pedersen
Morten Gronning
Kristian Schaldemose
 Netherlands (NED)
Jildau ter Horst
Margot Eelkman Rooda
Chantal Hakkel
2008
Denmark
Skovshoved
(Capital Region)
 Netherlands (NED)
Jildau ter Horst
Amy Righolt
Chantal Hakkel
 Netherlands (NED)
Caroline Heerema
Susanne Boidin
Tjade Ivor Spier
 Denmark (DEN)
Cristian Lund
Lerke Stramer Christoffersen
George Bry
2009
Sweden
Kalmar
 Denmark (DEN)
Martin Boidin
Joakim Stolbjerg Hansen
Matthias Haamann
 Netherlands (NED)
Jan-Paul van der Meeren
Kit Kattenberg
Simone Felding
 Denmark (DEN)
Lucas Lier
Sebastian Bennetsen
2010
Netherlands
Lelystad
 Denmark (DEN)
Lucas Lier
Emil Max Møller
Konrad Floryan
 United States (USA)
Torey Pellegrini
Stephen Pellegrini
Kyle Carney
 Netherlands (NED)
Anne-Christianne Kentgens
Robert-Jan Kentgens
Michel Peulen
2011
Austria
Attersee
 Netherlands (NED)
Jildau ter Horst
Liesbeth Boersma
Marjolein Hufen
 Denmark (DEN)
Lucas Lier
Emil Max Møller
Konrad Floryan
 Netherlands (NED)
Anne-Christianne Kentgens
Robert-Jan Kentgens
Michel Peulen
2012
Denmark
Aarhus
 Denmark (DEN)
Lucas Lier
Emil Max Møller
Konrad Floryan
 Denmark (DEN)
Rasmus Bjerre Knudsen
Anders Bigum Johansen
Emilie Christine Werner Popp
 Denmark (DEN)
Frederik Korsgaard
Sarah Maria Sander
Maria Reinholdgaard
2013
Switzerland
Brunnen
 Denmark (DEN)
Frederik Lange Zafiryadis
Emil Max Møller
Konrad Floryan
 Denmark (DEN)
Rasmus Bjerre Knudsen
Anders Bigum Johansen
Emilie Christine Werner Popp
 Denmark (DEN)
Jorgen Ring
Angus Larsen
Gustav Skydsgaard
2014
Germany
Travemünde
 Germany (GER)
Thorsten Schutt
Bea Peters
Kai Morwins
 Denmark (DEN)
Jørgen Ring
Christian G.Lund
Emil Embor
 Australia (AUS)
Ben Fraser
Theron Sims
Nick Rozenauer

Vintage Yachting Games[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
Event Gold Silver Bronze
2012
Italy
Lake Como
7 – 15 July 2012

References[edit]

External links[edit]