Final results 2024 EurILCA Europa Cup GER

Final results – 2024 EurILCA Europa Cup GER

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Source: Warnemünde Week.


Consistency is the key to success in the tightly packed field of ILCA sailors. The conclusion of the 2024 EurILCA Europa Cup GER on Warnemünder Woche is the compelling evidence.

In the overall ranking of the ILCA 7, the Dane Andreas Krabbe-Christensen DEN triumphed without having won a single race.

In the ILCA 6, world champion Anne-Marie Rindom DEN impressively showed the competition the difference. With a win and a second place at the end, she prevailed.

And in the ILCA 4, there was no doubt about the victory of the Czech Jiri Tomes CZE, who only has first and second places in his series.


Final results – ILCA 7

After an involuntary rest day due to a lack of wind, the ILCA class started again on their final day of the Warnemünde Week. A light breeze from the east and plenty of sunshine provided the setting for two more races.

Andreas Krabbe-Christensen DEN could have ended his working day after fourth place in the first race, as he was already the winner. But the Dane stuck with it. He was missing one race win in his series, and he would have liked to have won one more. “That was actually my goal for the Warnemünder Woche, unfortunately it didn’t work out,” said Krabbe-Christensen.

The conditions at the end were not easy, said the winner Andreas Krabbe-Christensen: “It was completely different to the previous days, difficult with the different currents on the track. Fortunately, I managed to get two fourth places. I always have good results in Warnemünde.”

The conditions at the end were not easy, said the Dane: “It was completely different to the previous days, difficult with the different currents on the track. Fortunately, I managed to get two fourth places. I always have good results in Warnemünde.” The American Daniel Escudero USA and the Swede Ludvig Lindqvist SWE followed on the next podium places in the overall ranking.

Final leaderboard – ILCA 7

  1. Andreas Krabbe-Christensen DEN
  2. Daniel Escudero USA
  3. Ludvig Lindqvist SWE

Full results – ILCA 7


Final results – ILCA 6

Anne-Marie Rindom DEN celebrated an impressive return to the regatta circuit in the ILCA 6. The Dane sailed to four wins and two second places in the six races. She left no chance for her compatriot Anna Munch DEN, who had entered the series with two wins but was then unable to keep up with Rindom’s class. In third place was the Finn Monika Mikkola FIN, who, like Rindom, started her competition preparation for the Olympic Games with the Warnemünder Woche. Both the Finn and the Dane are hoping for a medal at the sailing competitions in Marseille, where Anne-Marie Rindom is arriving as Olympic champion and reigning world champion.

Anne-Marie Rindom DEN celebrated an impressive return to the regatta circuit in the ILCA 6. The Dane sailed to four wins and two second places in the six races.

Hannah Anderssohn GER from Warnemünde did not have a good final day on her home turf. “There were inconsistent wind shifts that I didn’t manage to handle well. Nevertheless, it was nice to be sailing at home again.” But now sailing is taking a back seat again. “The exam phase for my mechanical engineering degree is coming up. That’s what I’m focusing on now. Next year I want to get my bachelor’s degree. So I’ll decide in the fall whether and how I’ll continue with my sailing career. It doesn’t feel like I’m finished with it yet. But we’ll see in the fall.” With places 20 and 44, she slipped to seventh place in the overall ranking of the ILCA 6.

Final leaderboard – ILCA 6 Women

  1. Anne-Marie Rindom DEN
  2. Anna Munch DEN
  3. Monika Mikkola FIN

Final leaderboard – ILCA 6 Men

  1. Zach Stibbe NZL
  2. Morten Ben Borchardt GER
  3. Till Kollrep GER

Full results – ILCA 6


Final results – ILCA 4

There was a mixed podium at the ILCA 4. The Czech Jiri Tomes CZE could only theoretically be pushed out of first place before the final. And with a win and a second place, he left no doubt about his superiority. Behind him, however, there were a few changes. The Turk Can Matias Geçer TUR moved up to second place overall with a second place in the final race. The Cypriot Anatoli Zoubovski CYP had to let him go by one point, but was able to celebrate bronze in Warnemünde.

The Czech Jiri Tomes CZE could only theoretically be pushed out of first place before the final. And with a win and a second place, he left no doubt about his superiority.

Final leaderboard – ILCA 4 Women

  1. Beata Dokoupilova CZE
  2. Leanne Turrin SUI
  3. Victoria Loeck GER

Final leaderboard – ILCA 4 Men

  1. Jiri Tomes CZE
  2. Can Matias Geçer TUR
  3. Anatoli Zoubovski CYP

Full results – ILCA 4


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Overall results – 2024 EurILCA Europa Cup Trophy

Congrats to the winners and all participants!

The next stop of the 2024 EurILCA Europa Cup Trophy will be the 2024 EurILCA Europa Cup AUT in Attersee, Austria, from September 6th to 8th. Registration for this event will be open until August 16th. All information is available here.


Report by Agustín Argüelles – EurILCA | Source: Warnemünde Week | Photos by Pepe Hartmann.

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