10 Rater

Summary

The International 10 Rater (10R) is a class of radio controlled sailing yacht used for competitive racing. It is a measurement controlled classes administered by the International Radio Sailing Association. The class is a designated IRSA International class entitled to hold World Championships officially recognised by the World Sailing. A 10 rater is the longest and tallest of all the international classes and has rules that allow the most scope for development.

EventsEdit

World ChampionshipsEdit

Gold Silver Bronze
 
1999, Changi
  Graham BANTOCK (GBR)
Prizm (Own Design)
  Philip Playle (GBR)
Prizm
  Mark Dennis (GBR)
 
2016, Lake Garda
  Brad GIBSON (GBR)
Trance (Own Design)
  Graham BANTOCK (GBR)
Diamond (Own Design)
  Christophe Boisnault (FRA)
Diamond
 
2018, Biblis[1]
  Brad GIBSON (GBR)
Trance (Own Design)
  Christophe Boisnault (FRA)
Kamsin
  Matteo Longhi (ITA)
Nioutaine

Unofficial World ChampionshipsEdit

Unclear of the status of these events as the International Radio Sailing Association only joined ISAF in the mid 1990s.

Event Gold Silver Bronze
 
1975, Gosport
  Lennart AKESSON (SWE)
 
1978, Durban
  Squire KAY (GBR)
 
1980, Ottawa
  Squire KAY (GBR)
 
1982, Dunkerque
  Pierre JAHAN (FRA)
 
1987, Gothenburg
  Janusz WALICKI (GER)
 
1991, Viry-Châtillon
  Paul LUCAS (FRA)
 
1993, Lake Bonney SE
  Janusz WALICKI (GER)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "9th Ten Rater World Championship 24th to 26th May 2018 Hosted by German Radio Sailing Association and SV Biblis". Archived from the original on 2018-06-13. Retrieved 2018-06-13.

External linksEdit

  • International Radio Sailing Association Website
  • ISAF 10 Rater Microsite Website