Student Yachting World Cup - France holds the lead + Video

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2:13 AM Thu 27 Oct 2011 GMT
'Student Yachting World Cup 2011' Student Yachting World Cup &copy
At the Student Yachting World Cup* in France, eight races have been sailed to date.

Euromed Arthur Loyd (France) lead the overall rankings on 11 points, followed by the defending champions, British team Solent University (14pts) and Swiss team EPF Lausanne (29 points).


Results are provisional as protests are pending.

Race 8 top 3 results:
1 Euromed Arthur Loyd, France
3 EPF Lausanne, Switzerland
4 Solent University, England (defender)

Race 7 top 3:
1 Euromed Arthur Loyd, France
2 Cork Institute of Technology, Ireland
3 Solent University, England (defender)




Student Yachting World Cup 2011 - Student Yachting World Cup &copy


Student Yachting World Cup 2011 - Student Yachting World Cup &copy


Student Yachting World Cup 2011 - Student Yachting World Cup &copy


Student Yachting World Cup 2011 - Student Yachting World Cup &copy


Student Yachting World Cup 2011 - Student Yachting World Cup &copy


Student Yachting World Cup 2011 - Student Yachting World Cup &copy


Student Yachting World Cup 2011 - Student Yachting World Cup &copy


Student Yachting World Cup 2011 - Student Yachting World Cup &copy


* The SYWoC is an annual sailing competition organized by students at the ?cole Polytechnique, a French engineering school, seeing the world's best student sailing teams confront each other in a week-long series of races. The Grand Surprise is the boat used for competition and the event has been running since 1979.

2011 Competitors:

Euromed Arthur Loyd, France
EPF Lausanne, Switzerland
Solent University, England (defender)
Cork Institute of Technology, Ireland
University of Dalhousie, Canada
NTNU, Norway
Southampton University, England
Xiamen University, China
Glasgow University, Scotland
Maine Maritime Academy, USA
Ecole Polytechnique Madrid, Spain
Nautical School Dom Henrique, Portugal
Jaguiellonian University, Poland
Kobe University, Japan
CUS Milano, Italy

Student Yachting World Cup website




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