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    Earlier in 2018, the largest dinghy regatta, Royal Swedish Yacht Club Olympic Class Regatta was settled, and Hartas Productions was on

    49er racing in gorgeous conditions at the 2018 KSSS Olympic Class Regatta and JSM in Sweden! Photo from the Hartas Productions drone!

    49er racing in gorgeous conditions at the 2018 KSSS Olympic Class Regatta and JSM in Sweden! Photo from the Hartas Productions drone!

    hand to cover the event! During the racing, three new Swedish champions where crowned and, additionally, the Junior SM regatta was settled on the waters off Saltsjöbaden near Stockholm, Sweden. In total, more than 400 sailors participated in the iconic championship and Junior SM reached a new record! Never have so many two-man-boats have competed for the SM medals! It was truly a magnificent sight to behold with all the competitors in many fleets across multiple race courses on the beautiful waters of Sweden’s Archipelago!

    “It has been a fantastic regatta. Certainly some tricky wind conditions and crisp weather that belong to October, there have been fair and decisive races, just as we like the organiser want.” Good sailing and a wonderful atmosphere in the harbour as well.

    An aerial view of the multiple fleets and race areas of the 2018 KSSS Olympic Class Regatta and JSM - photo by Hartas Productions

    An aerial view of the multiple fleets and race areas of the 2018 KSSS Olympic Class Regatta and JSM – photo by Hartas Productions

    “No incidents on the five racetracks where our volunteers kept order on all participants” sums up the Royal Swedish Yacht club director Stefan Rahm following the weekend.

    It was windy and shady on the first JSM day for 29er, but that did not stop the 30 boats launching and testing their limits. On site, in addition to the Swedes, there were several Finnish boats offering a good level of competition. In addition to a lot of wind, Stockholm offered sun and a little warmer temperature. Today it is different, with both the lower temperature and the strength of the wind.

    29er is a two-person boat where the crew keeps the balance with the mainsail from the trapeze, and the helmsman manages the jib and steering. The teamwork is incredibly important and it gets harder in changing conditions, therefore, the sailors were really tested during yesterday’s sailing.

    The KSSS Olympic Class Regatta and Junior SM did not only unite Swedish sailors on the broad front, the neighbouring country of Finland also showed a strong presence with over 70 sailors in the different classes.

    Hartas Productions provided the coverage for both the KSSS Olympic Class Regatta, and the JSM, which included racing from classes like the 49er, 49erFX, 29er, RS Feva, Laser standard, Laser Radial, Laser 4.7, Europe dinghy, Zoom8, OK dinghy, Finn, 505 and a range of skill levels in the Optimist fleets.
    Videos and results are below:

    2018 KSSS Olympic Class Regatta

    Check out the awesome AFTER-MOVIE of the KSSS Olympic Class Regatta! Can't wait to see you next time!Video by Hartas Productions

    Posted by KSSS on Tuesday, 9 October 2018

     

     

    Junior Swedish Championship – Sailing

    Single handed classes, Aug 31 – Sep 2 sep 2018Hartas Productions#jsmsegling

    Posted by KSSS on Wednesday, 5 September 2018

     

    Results for the JSM two-person boats:

    29er Mixed
    1. Marius Westerlind/Olle Aronsson, KKKK/GKSS
    2. Oscar Andersson/Carl-Johan Leuckfeld, GKSS
    3. Alice Moss/Carl Hörfeldt, Lerums SS

    29er Womens
    1. Jenny Hammersland/Hanna Irebjörk, KSSS
    2. Martina Carlsson/Amanda Ljunggren, Lerums SS
    3. Julia Henriksson/Caroline Pettersson, GKSS

    RS Feva 
    1. Theo Westerlind/Carl White, Kullaviks KKK
    2. Gustav Theander/Lea Maurer, KSSS
    3. Erik Fyrk/Jakob Pölder, Lerums SS

    Top three place getters for the 2018 KSSS Olympic Class Regatta:

    Optimist
    1. Lukas Lindström, Kullaviks KKK
    2. Philip Björkman, Malmö SS
    3. Simon Karlemo, FIN

    Europe Dinghy
    1. Carl Ljunggren, JK Västerås
    2. Joel Warvne, Rörviks SS
    3. Erik Lindberg, JK Västerås

    Zoom8
    1. Caroline Sköld Orr, Kvarnvikens BS
    2. Alexander Baudin, Boo SS
    3. Aarni Markkanen, FIN

    Laser 4.7
    1. Aku Koivistoinen, FIN
    2. Rasmus Granzin, KSSS
    3. Christoffer Hallin, GKSS
    Laser Radial
    1. Erica Partanen, FIN
    2. Daniel Book, FIN
    3. Hanna Koba, KSSS
    Laser Standard
    1. Jesper Ståhlheim, KSSS
    2. Tim Nyllinge, KSSS
    3. Wille Kark, KSSS

    OK Dinghy
    1. Jonas Börjesson, KSSS
    2. Tomas Skeppmark, Kvarnvikens BS
    3. Arne Johansson, KSSS

    Finn
    1. Johannes Pettersson, KSSS
    2. Oskari Muhonen, FIN
    3. Erik Lindén, KSSS

    Int. 505
    1. Ebbe Rosén/Olle Wenrup/Bengt Sareyko, Mälarhöjdens KS
    2. Thomas Grundel/Johan Strömdahl, KSSS
    3. Tom Hastenpflug/Toni Hastenpflug, SS Åmålsviken
    49er
    1. Fritiof Hedström/Otto Hamel, GKSS
    2. Hannes Westberg/Albin Boman, GKSS
    3. Fredrik Bergström/Dennis Fonseca Karlsson, KSSS

    49erFX
    1. Julia Gross/Hanna Klinga, KSSS
    2. Klara Wester/ Rebecca Netzler, GKSS
    3. Vilma Brobeck/Malin Tengström, KSSS