Gauging progress toward Paris 2024

Published on April 8th, 2023

North American sailors were denied medals at the 2023 Trofeo Princesa Sofía on April 3-8 which attracted 970 boats and boards to Palma, Spain. As the first of the four Sailing World Cup events, this was an early look at the leading competitors in the ten Olympic events.

With 14 nations on the podium, Great Britain’s four golds and two silvers led the list, followed by France and New Zealand with one gold, one silver and two bronze medals each. The top USA finisher was Daniela Moroz, fourth in the Women’s Formula Kite, and Canada’s Sarah Douglas who was 17th in the ILCA 6.

2023 Winners:
470 Mixed: Keiju Okada and Miho Yoshioka (JPN)
49er: Logan Dunning and Oscar Gunn (NZL)
49er FX: Martine Grael and Kahena Kunze (BRA)
Formula Kite Men: Max Maeder (SGP)
Formula Kite Women: Lauriane Nolot (FRA)
ILCA 6: Marit Bouwmeester (NED)
ILCA 7: Michael Beckett (GBR)
iQFOiL Men: Sam Sills (GBR)
iQFOiL Women: Emma Wilson (GBR)
Nacra 17: John Gimson and Anna Burnet (GBR)

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Sailing World Cup 2023:
April 3-8 – Trofeo Princesa Sofia – Mallorca, Spain
April 24-29 – Semaine Olympique Française – Hyères, France
May 31-June 4 – Allianz Regatta – Almere, Netherlands
June 17-25 – Kieler Woche – Kiel, Germany

Paris 2024 Olympic Sailing Program:
Men’s One Person Dinghy – ILCA 7
Women’s One Person Dinghy – ILCA 6
Mixed Two Person Dinghy – 470
Men’s Skiff – 49er
Women’s Skiff – 49erFx
Men’s Kiteboard – Formula Kite Class
Women’s Kiteboard – Formula Kite Class
Men’s Windsurfing – iQFoil
Women’s Windsurfing – iQFoil
Mixed Multihull – Nacra 17

Venue: Marseille, France
Dates: July 26-August 11


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