Results & tracking

For the Medemblik Regatta we work with TracTrac and SAP for live tracking of the races. You can replay the 2019 races via the links.
Results are provided by Manage2Sail, click here for the results of 2019

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Medemblik Regatta 2020

The Medemblik Regatta is organized from Thursday June 4th to Sunday June 7th, 2020.

Medemblik Regatta aims for leading role in Olympic Sailing

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The Medemblik Regatta, formerly known as Spa, Holland or Delta Lloyd Regatta, can once again become a global event in Olympic Sailing. Thanks to the new plans of World Sailing, this spring classic regatta gets a prominent and protected position on the international calendar. As the most successful sailing country of 2018 and 2019, the Netherlands deserves a world-class home competition. TIG Sports, Royal Netherlands Yachting Union and Municipality Medemblik aim to have such a world class event again in 2021 with participants in all Olympic classes on their way to Paris 2024. Prominent and protected position on the International…

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Windfoil surfing at the Medemblik Regatta - Medal race day

Closing day with tricky conditions and short course racing

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The Medemblik Regatta closes with some exciting racing. There was some delay due to light and shifty wind, but the end of the day all races are sailed. In the RS:X Youth a complete French podium and two Dutch gold medallists in RS:X women and men, the sailors are looking back on some great racing. A total of 250 sailors from 24 countries have been racing all week in Medemblik. The start of the week was very Dutch with grey skies and chilly weather. But during the week the sun came out and the temperature raised. Sailors were speaking of…

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Exciting racing in great conditions at Medemblik Regatta

Exciting racing in great conditions at Medemblik Regatta

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Saturday May 25th, the medal races will be sailed at the Medemblik Regatta. In the RS:X Men Kiran Badloe (NED) is already secured of a gold medal. For the RS:X women the battle for the top spot is on between Dutch Lilian de Geus and Polish Zofia Noceti Klepacka. The current top 4 in the RS:X Youth will battle for the podium spots. “After the European Championship, we’ve been taking it a bit easier”, says Kiran Badloe. “We did have a training camp in Japan, but nothing really intensive. For myself, it’s good to know I’m performing well this week, even without…

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