World Sailing Rankings – September 2019
Published on September 19th, 2019
The World Sailing Rankings seek to establish an order of ability based on the results of certain events over a 24 month period. The rankings focus on the 10 Olympic events and Open and Women’s Match Racing.
In match racing, Ian Williams (GBR) retains the top of the Open rankings, followed by Eric Monnin (SUI) with Nick Egnot-Johnson (NZL) moving up to third. Among the women, Pauline Courtois (FRA) maintains her position at the front of the field while Anna Oestling (SWE) remains in second but Johanna Bergqvist (SWE) moves up to third. Top North Americans are Nicole Breault (USA) and Chris Poole (USA) in 4th and 10th, respectively.
The fleet racing rankings in which the North Americans are in the top 20 include Canadians Tom Ramshaw (7th, Finn) and Sarah Douglas (13th, Laser Radial) and from the USA are: Stu McNay/ Dave Hughes (8th, 470 Men), Paige Railey (7th, USA), Erika Reineke (16th, Laser Radial), Stephanie Roble/ Maggie Shea (10th, 49erFX Women), Charlie Buckingham (11th, Laser), Chris Barnard (18th, Laser), Luke Muller (20th, Finn), and Riley Gibbs/ Anna Weis (15th, Nacra 17).
For complete rankings and details on the calculation system… click here.