World Sailing
THE IJSC EVENT REPORTING SYSTEM
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THIS SECTION MAY BE COMPLETED BY ANY JURY MEMBER
Comments on rule questions, new interpretations, problems, unpopular Rule 62 (Redress) decisions, summary of the facts, conclusions and decisions of Rule 69 (Allegations of Gross Misconduct) actions, problems with Sailing Instructions or Notice of Race and experience with experimental procedures.
All sunny days, and light to moderate breezes made for a great event for Part 1. This event enrolled fifteen different classes, including a 29er Eurocup, an OK Dinghy European championship, and one-person foiling dinghy class. Light wind days made foiling intermittent and difficult, and caused a higher than usual yellow-flag penalty count in the non-foiling classes. Race management focused on target times and performed well with nine courses racing simultaneously. Communication and cooperation between the RC, OA and International Jury was excellent. Part 2 involved the Olympic classes, a EUROSAF 420 championship, J-24’s, J-70’s and J-80’s. The 49er, FX and Nacra Olympic classes made a strong showing and the jury appointed extra coverage of those fleets to appropriately match the large numbers of boats racing. At the same time as Part 1 and Part 2 were being conducted, six separate off-shore regattas were simultaneously being conducted. Sunny weather again presented during Part 2, with moderate breezes. Medal Racing on the last day of Part 2 involved two medal courses with four umpire boats on each course. The remaining four jury boats were assigned to fleets not conducting medal races. This large international jury of 27 (17 IJ’s and 10 NJ’s) met each morning for a 45 minute NJ training session, followed by a 45 minute whole jury meeting. The jury meeting consisted of plans for the day, review of significant cases from the previous day’s hearings, and expert presentations from some of the IJ’s on significant topics. Where last year’s jury goal was to train to improve consistency, this year’s goal was to train to improve efficiency. The methods used were to trial and standardize scribing best practices, utilize standard wording as much as possible, rotate a new scribe into each hearing, allow scribes to prepare for the hearing, and have each hearing reviewed with the scribe by a QC (quality control person) immediately following the hearing. 12 jury boats were on-the-water daily enforced RRS 42. Post-racing the jury divided up into 4 properly constituted panels (5 judges each) and arbitrators. Cases not settled or inappropriate for arbitration were sent to jury panels. This jury worked very hard, and melded into a strong entity. Most nights the jury had dinner together which led to greater cohesion and lively rules discussions. No support person hearings were required. - USADS153
Ner of classes: 22
Entries: 524
Ner of Countries represented: 47
Ner of Races sailed: 155
Ner of requests for redress: 19
Ner of requests for redress for OCS: 5
Ner of requests for OCS granted: 0
Total number of hearings: 46
Total number of arbitrations: 9
Penalty %: 30
To be completed only if Appendix P was applied.
Number of First Penalties (Appendix P2.1): 68
Number of Second Penalties (Appendix P2.2): 13
Number of Third Penalties (Appendix P2.3): 3
P2.3 Subsequent Penalties: 0
Event:
Kieler Woche Part 2
Date Event Started
26 June 2019
Event Location:
Kiel Yacht Club, Kiel Germany, GER
Group Event belongs:
B - Central Europe
Jury Chairman's name:
L. Douglas Sloan
Jury chairman's email:
d.sloan@puretecbio.com
Judge submitting report:
L. Douglas Sloan
Email of judge submitting report:
d.sloan@puretecbio.com
Was this an International Jury Panel ?
Yes
 
Please name each judge (including the chairman) and their country and IJ or NJ certification. one per line
Paul Zupan USAPZ9 / IJ
Steven Wolff USASW19 / NJ
Jesper Wilken DENJW2 / IJ
Barbara Stodal GERBS25 / NJ
L. Douglas Sloan USADS153 / IJ
johan sjostrand SWE Snn16 / NJ
Andrus Poksi ESTAP4 / IJ
Christina Ortendahl SWECO2 / IJ
Anastazja Lewandowska POLAL01 / IJ
Danielle Lawson BERDL1 / NJ
Klaus Lahme GERKL6 / IJ
Line Juhl DENLJ5 / IJ
Michal Jodlowski POLMJ1 / IJ
Henning Jacobsen GERHJ13 / NJ
Manuel Huensch GERMH1 / IJ
Tracy Heritage AUSTH13 / NJ
Holger Herburger GERHH19 / NJ
Rainer Heinrich GERRH8 / IJ
Timo Haß GERTH8 / IJ
Manuel Gamito PORMG5 / IJ
Guenter Fossler AUTGF4 / NJ
Thorsten Doebbeler GERTD7 / IJ
Giorgio Davanzo ITAGD15 / IJ
Lance Burger RSALB1 / IJ
Jonas Brandt GERJB42 / NJ
Ron Barak ISRRB5 / IJ
Jacob Mossin Andersen DENJA8 / IJ
Paul Zupan USAPZ9 / IJ
Steven Wolff USASW19 / NJ
Jesper Wilken DENJW2 / IJ
Barbara Stodal GERBS25 / NJ
L. Douglas Sloan USADS153 / IJ
johan sjostrand SWE Snn16 / NJ
Andrus Poksi ESTAP4 / IJ
Christina Ortendahl SWECO2 / IJ
Anastazja Lewandowska POLAL01 / IJ
Danielle Lawson BERDL1 / NJ
Klaus Lahme GERKL6 / IJ
Line Juhl DENLJ5 / IJ
Michal Jodlowski POLMJ1 / IJ
Henning Jacobsen GERHJ13 / NJ
Manuel Huensch GERMH1 / IJ
Tracy Heritage AUSTH13 / NJ
Holger Herburger GERHH19 / NJ
Rainer Heinrich GERRH8 / IJ
Timo Haß GERTH8 / IJ
Manuel Gamito PORMG5 / IJ
Guenter Fossler AUTGF4 / NJ
Thorsten Doebbeler GERTD7 / IJ
Giorgio Davanzo ITAGD15 / IJ
Lance Burger RSALB1 / IJ
Jonas Brandt GERJB42 / NJ
Ron Barak ISRRB5 / IJ
Jacob Mossin Andersen DENJA8 / IJ