Hall of Fame

Championship History - European Championships

YearLocationFirstSecondThird
1974 Kiel, GER  David Pitman (GBR)    
1975 Strömstad, SWE  David Pitman (GBR)    
1976 Hayling Island, GBR  Joachim Harpprecht (GER)    
1977 Medemblik, NED  Paul Wells (USA)    
1978 Lake Garda, ITA  Tony Smith (GBR)    
1979 Lake Silvaplana, CHE  Geoff Whitfield (GBR)    
1980 ? Travemunde, GER      
1983 Porto Sant'Elpidio, ESP  Keith Paul (GBR)  Joachim Harpprecht (GER)  
1985 ? Medemblik, NED      
1986 Medemblik, NED  Barry Watson (AUS)    
1992 Båstad, SWE  Graham Scott (GBR)    
1995 Warnemünde, GER  Graham Scott (GBR)    
1997 Aarhus, DEN [46]  Ian Renilson (GBR)  Frank Suchanek (GER)  Jason Beebe (AUS)
2001 Loctudy, FRA [28]  Ian Renilson (GBR)  Christian Brandt (GBR)  Stuart Jones (GBR)
2002 Hellerup, DEN  Graham Scott (GBR)  Andrea Bonezzi (ITA)  Giovanni Bonzio (ITA)
2006 Ebensee, AUT [47]  Christoph Homeier (GER)  Andrea Bonezzi (ITA) Giovanni Bonzio (ITA)
2008 Punta Alta, ITA [48]  Giovanni Bonzio (ITA)  Marcus Hamilton (AUS)  Andrea Bonezzi (ITA)
2010 La Rochelle, FRA  Andrea Bonezzi (ITA)  Bjarke Johnsen (DEN)  Simon Mussell (GBR)
2012 Gottskär, SWE  Andrea Bonezzi (ITA)  Graham Scott (GBR)  Jesper Nielsen (DEN)
2014 Kühlungsborn, GER  Sören Dulong Andreasen (DEN)  Max Billerbeck (GER)  Jesper Nielsen (DEN)
2016 Highcliffe, GBR  Simon Mussell (GBR)  Jesper Nielsen (DEN)  Jan Von Der Bank (GER)
2018 Lake Garda, ITA  Sören Dulong Andreasen (DEN)  Marco Ferrari (ITA)   Antonio Lambertini (ITA) 
2022 ??      

Championship History

 

International Contender 
World Championships

    • 2018 World Championship at McCrae, Australia Won by Mark Bulka, Australia, 2nd place: Jason Beebe, Australia, 3rd place: Andrea Bonezzi, Italy, 1st Woman: Jacqueline Ruefenacht
      90 Entrants from Australia, Canada, Great Britain, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Switzerland


    • 2017 World Championship at Sonderborg, Denmark Won by Jason Beebe, Australia, 2nd: Mark Bulka, Australia, 3rd place: Jesper Nielsen, Denmark, 1st Woman: Jacqueline Ruefenacht, Switzerland
      107 Entrants from Australia, Canada, Denmark, Great Britain, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Switzerland


    • 2016 World Championship at Santa Cruz, California, USA Won by Mark Bulka, Australia, 2nd place: Jason Beebe, Australia, 3rd place Simon Mussell, Great Britain, 1st Woman Stephanie Mah, Canada
      34 Entrants from Australia, Canada, Denmark, Great Britain, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Switzerland, USA

    • 2015 World Championship at Medemblik, Netherlands Won by Simon Mussell, Great Britain, 2nd place: Mark Bulka, Australia, 3rd place Andrea Bonezzi, Australia, 1st Woman Jacqueline Rüfenacht, Switzerland
      134 Entrants from Australia, Austria, Canada, Denmark, France, Great Britain, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Switzerland, USA

    • 2014 World Championship at Belmont, Lake McQuarrie, Australia Won by Mark Bulka, Austrlia, 2nd place: Jono Neate, Australia, 3rd place Matthew Mulder, Australia, 1st Woman Jacqueline Rüfenacht, United Arab Emirates
      68 Entrants from Australia, Denmark, Great Britain, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, New Zealand, United Arab Emirates

    • 2013 World Championship at Gravedona, Lago di Como, Italy Won by Søren Dulong Andreasen, 2nd place: Simon Mussell, Great Britain, 3rd place Mark Bulka, Australia, first Veteran: Stuart Jones, Great Britain, !st Woman Jacqueline Rüfenacht, Switzerland
      174 Entrants from Australia, Austria, Canada, Denmark, France, Great Britain, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Switzerland, USA

    • 2012 World Championship at St Petersburg, Florida, USA. Won by Antonio Lambertini, Italy, 2nd place: Giovanni Bonzio, Italy, 3rd place Søren Dulong Andreasen, Denmark first Veteran: Joachim Harpprecht, Germany
      45 Entrants from Canada, Denmark, Great Britain, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, USA

    • 2011 World Championship at Weymouth, Great Britain. Won by Bjarke B Johnsen, Denmark, 2nd place: Graham Scott, Great Britain
      3rd place: Søren Dulong Andreasen, Denmark, first Veteran: Stuart Jones, Great Britain)
      143 Entrants from Austria, Canada, Denmark, France, Great Britain, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, USA

    • 2010 World Championship at Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Won by Jono Neate, Australia, 2nd place: Andrea Bonezzi, Italy
      3rd place: Christoph Homeier, Germany, first Veteran: Chris Sutherland, Western Australia, Australia(Gary Langdon, UK??)
      First Woman: Ann Seidel, Germany, Junior World Champion: Alexander Groehlich, New South Wales, Australia
      60 Entrants from Australia, Canada, Denmark, Great Britain, Germany, Italy, Netherlands

    • 2009 World Championship at Sønderborg, Denmark. Won by Andrea Bonezzi, Italy.
      2nd place: Jono Neate, Australia, 3rd place: Jacob Lunding, Denmark, first Veteran: Graham Scott, Great Britain
      First Woman: Jacqueline Rüfenacht, Switzerland

    • 2008 World Championship at Kingston, Canada . Won by Marcus Hamilton, Australia.
      2nd place: Marco Versari, Italia, Third place: Søren Andreasen, Denmark. First Veteran – Chris Sutherland, AUS.
      34 competitors from 8 countries: Australia, Canada, Denmark, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Netherlands,
      and USA.

    • 2007 World Championship at Medemblik, Netherlands. Won by Marcus Hamilton, Australia.
      2nd place: Andrea Bonezzi, Italia, Third place: Jan van der Bank, Germany. First Veteran – Stuart Jones, U.K.
      144 competitors from 11 countries: Australia, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Netherlands,
      Spain, Switzerland and USA.


Back to the International Contender Homepage

Link to photos of perpetual trophies to help out Worlds regatta organizers.

This Page was last updated Friday, May 8, 2016 by Gil Woolley