2013 ISAF Women’s Match Racing World Championship
Busan, Korea — 4-9 June
1. Tamara Echegoyen, Sofia Toro, Eva Gonzalez, Mariana Lobato, Lara Cacabelos (ESP)
2012 ISAF Women’s Match Racing World Championship
Gothenburg, Sweden — 24-30 June
1. Silja Lehtinen, Silja Kanerva & Mikaela Wulff (FIN)
2015 Women’s Match Racing World Championship
1 Lotte Meldgaard, Anne Sofie Munk, Josephine Nissen, Tina Gramkov, Nina Grunow — DEN
2 Camilla Ulrikkeholm, Trine Palludan, Louise Ulrikkeholm Bredvig, Josefine Boel Rasmussen, Joan Vestergård Hansen — DEN
3 Stephanie Roble, Meg Six, Jamie Haines, Elizabeth Shaw, Janel Zarkowsky — USA
4 Anne-Claire Le Berre, Mathilde Geron, Julie Gerecht, Sigrid Longeau, Morgane Gautier — FRA
5 Anna Östling, Karin Almquist, Vanja Lundberg, Marie Berg, Annika Carlunger — SWE
6 Katie Spithill, Alessandra Angelini, Jessica Eastwell, Aimee Famularo, Stacey Jackson — AUS
7 Caroline Sylvan, Sofia Engström, Louise Kruuse af Verchou, Frida Langenius, My Karlsten Sfiris — SWE
8 Klaartje Zuiderbaan, Mijke Lievens, Sanne Akkerman, Anne-Christianne Kentgens, Brechtje van der Werf — NED
9 Milly Bennett, Alice Tarnawski, Jessica Russell, Kyrra Deane, Seldon Coventry, Lauren Crossman — AUS
10 Pauline Courtois, Louise Chevet, Laure Ferchaud, Claire Berthoux, Juliette Le Friec — FRA
11 Louise Christensen, Christina Jørgensen, Mille Jensen, Lærke Nørgaard, Lærke Sørensen — DEN
12 Diana Kissane, Suzanne Burke, Carol O’Kelly, Bella Morehead, Ellen Cahill — IRL
13 Rikst Dijkstra, Fettje Osinga, Sanne Crum, Rozan Gilles, Mirthe Kramer — NED
14 Johanna Larsson, Clara Svensdotter, Ann Dahlsten, Paulina Hammerö, Theres Benito — SWE
15 Nina Ramm-Schmidt, Heidi Uusivirta, Katariina Silander, Eeva Hartikainen, Päivi Järvinen — FIN
16 Sanna Häger, Caroline Schramm, Anna Wikner, Anna Tempelman, Frida Thoren — SWE
2010 ISAF Women’s Match Racing World Championship
Newport, Rhode Island, USA — 20-25 September
|1. Lucy Macgregor, Annie Lush, Kate MacGregor & Mary Rook (GBR)
2. Sally Barkow, Susanne Leech, Elizabeth Kratzig-Burnham & Alana O’Reilly (USA)
3. Nicky Souter, Nina Curtis, Olivia Price & Laura Baldwin (AUS)
4. Claire Leroy, Claire Pruvot, Elodie Bertrand & Marie Riou (FRA)
5. Genevieve Tulloch, Elizabeth Hall, Alice Manard Leonard & Jenn Chamberlin (USA)
6. Ekaterina Skudina, Elena Siuzeva, Irina Lotsmanova & Natalia Gaponovich(RUS)
7. Renee Groeneveld, Annemiek Bes, Brechtje van der Werf & Mandy Mulder (NED)
8. Katie Spithill, Jessica Eastwell, Angela Farrell & Stacey Jackson (AUS)
9. Julie Bossard, Pauline Chalaux, Celine Devaux & Vanessa Godet (FRA)
10. Anna Tunnicliffe, Molly Vandemoer & Debbie Capozzi (USA)
11. Anne-Claire Le Berre, Alice Ponsar, Ophelie Theron & Myrtille Ponge (FRA)
12. Camilla Ulrikkeholm, Louise Ulrikkelholm (DEN)
13. Silja Lehtinen, Silja Kanerva & Mikaela Wulff (FIN)
14. Lotte Meldgaard Pedersen, Susanne Boidin, Vivi Moller & Nina Grunow (DEN)
15. Samantha Osborne, Raynor Smeal, Jenna Hansen & Susannah Pyatt (NZL)
16. Juliana Senfft, Gabriela Nicolino de Sa, Adhara Ginaid & Adriana Kostiw (BRA)
17. Sofia Bekatorou, Efi Mantzaraki, Ermioni Oikonomopoulou & Elonora Anagnostopoulou (GRE)
18. Silvia Roca (ESP)
19. Petra Kliba, Mateja Petronijevic, Jelena Prekalj & Gea Barbic (CRO)
20. Rita Goncalves, Ingrid Fortunato, Mariana Lobato & Diana Neves (POR)
2014 Women’s Match Racing World Championship
1 Anna Kjellberg, Karin Almquist, Vanja Lundberg, Annika Carlunger — SWE
2 Camilla Ulrikkeholm, Trine Palludan, Louise Ulrikkeholm, Joan Vestergård Hansen — DEN
3 Stephanie Roble, Janel Zarkowsky, Maggie Shea, Lara Dallman-Weiss — USA
4 Caroline Sylvan, Therese Wolgast, Louise Kruuse af Verchou, My Karlsten — SWE
5 Anne-Claire Le Berre, Morgane Fountaine, Julie Gerecht, Anne Goasguen — FRA
6 Klaartje Zuiderbaan, Mijke Lievens, Kim Platteeuw, Lena Koter — NED
7 Lotte Meldgaard Pedersen, Anne Sophie Monk, Tina Gramkov, Nina Grunow — DEN
8 Claudia Pierce, Diana Kissane, Isabella Morehead, Ellen Cahill — NZL
9 Annabel Vose, Emily Nagel, Suzy Russell, Hannah Peters — GBR
10 Mary O’Loughlin, Lynn Reilly, Caoimhe Burns, Niamh McDonald — IRL
11 Laura Dillon, Maria Coleman, Carol O’Kelly, Kate Nagle — IRL
12 Lucie Scheiwiller, Clara Scheiwiller, Laure Ferchaud, Juliette Le Friec, Juliette Dubreuil — FRA
13 Anne-Christianne Kentgens, Rikst Dijkstra, Rozan Gilles, Fettje Osinga — NED
2017 Women’s Match Racing World Championship
1 Lucy Macgregor, Silja Frost, Rosie Watkins, Imogen Stanley, Charlotte Lawrence — GBR
2 Renée Groeneveld, Bos-De Koning, Lobke Berkhout, Sanne Akkerman, Mijke Lievens — NED
3 Trine Palludan, Lea Richter Vogelius, Vivi Lund Møller, Anne Sofie Munk-Hansen, Joan Vestergård Hansen — DEN
4 Anna Östling, Karin Almquist, Marie Berg, Linnea Wennergren, Annika Carlunger — SWE
5 Marinella Laaksonen, Marianna Kontulainen, Daniela Rönnberg, Anna Savisaari, Eva-Lotta Hokkonen — FIN
6 Mikaela Fors, Livia Väresmaa, Anette Eriksson, Minna Barner-Rasmussen, Crie Therman-Londén — FIN
7 Pauline Courtois, Maelenn LeMaitre, Camille Hautefaye, Louise Acker, Sophonie Affagard — FRA
8 Caroline Sylvan, Louise Kruuse af Verchou, Klara Ekdahl, Frida Langenius, Malin Holmberg — SWE
9 Johanna Bergqvist, Isabelle Bergqvist, Johanna Thiringer, Ellinor Hansson, Fanny Edgren — SWE
10 Margot Riou, Clémentine Hilaire, Laura Simon, Alizée Desbordes, Tiphaine Ragueneau — FRA
11 Martina Karlemo, Susanna Kukkonen, Kirsi Mikkonen, Erica Bäckström, Natasha Rubanin-Hilde’n — FIN
12 Antonia Degerlund, Carla Westersund, Janina Hallberg, Disa Långström, Lisa Gerkman = FIN
13 Sanna Häger, Karin Bäckström, Sara Edholm, Klara Häger, Karin Flinkenberg — SWE
14 Ekaterina Kochkina, Olga Shoykhet, Anastasia Rodomakina, Daria Sutiagina, Antonina Tikhonova — RUS
2000 ISAF Women’s Match Racing World Championship
St Petersburg, USA — 25 November-2 December
|1. Dorte O Jensen (DEN)
2. Marie Björling (SWE)
3. Betsy Alison (USA)
4. Shirley Robertson (GBR)
5. Klaartje Zuiderbaan (NED)
6. Hannah Swett (USA)
7. Katie Spithill (AUS)
8. Paula Lewin (BER)
9. Christine Briand (FRA)
10. Cristiana Monina (ITA)
11. Malin Millbourn (SWE)
12. Cordelia Eglin (GBR)
|13. Carolijn Brouwer (NED)
14. Amy Waring (NZL)
15. Dru Slattery (USA)
16. Gwen Joulie (FRA)
17. Marie Klok (DEN)
18. Catharina Gylling (FIN)
19. Nadine Stegenwalner (GER)
20. Karen Johnson (CAN)
21. Maria Coleman (IRL)
22. Mar Castanedo (ESP)
23. Cristina Pereira (POR)
24. Catherine Ranke (NOR)
|5||Lucy MacGregor||Great Britain||25||–||25||–||50|
|10||Anne-Claire Le Berre||France||–||–||–||22||22|
|14||Allie Belcher||United States||–||–||–||18||18|
|21||Octavia Owen||Great Britain||–||7||–||–||7|
|23||Eunjin Kim||South Korea||–||–||5||–||5|
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