SwitzerlandIn 2012 Alexa's team came to Grade 1 event Lysekil Women’s Match and chocked everybody, beating many higher ranked sailors for a surprising second place. Now the Team ChicaCER is on the WIMRS!
SwedenLeaving her Olympic debut in London behind, Anna is now trying to find her own dream team for the coming three years on the Women’s International Match Racing Series.
SwedenAs a junior Anna Kjellgren was five times crowned National Champion in the Optimist and 420 dinghies. She has a fifth place in the European Match Racing Championships, and was as highest ranked 18th in the world.
FranceIn 2011 Anne-Clire ended on eighth place in Lysekil, but is now hoping to reach the semi finals. She has been in match racing since 2005, ranked number 5 in the world as best.
DenmarkHaving two consecutive victories in Lysekil, 31 years old titleholder Camilla and her crew are the unquestionable queens of the event.
SwedenAfter twice becoming national champion in Laser Radial, Caroline began match racing in 2010 and immediately won the Youth National Championships. In 2012 Caroline took the bronze medal in the European Match Racing Championships.
FranceClaire is a double World Champion and has for long periods over the last years subscribed to the ISAF World Ranking top position.
New ZealandClaudia was trimmer in the runner up crew for the national Match Racing selection for the 2012 Olympics, and then made the move to helming. Her latest match racing success was taking 3rd place in the Harken Youth International Match Racing Champs in Australia.
RussiaEkaterina won her first World Championship already in 1998, and was voted Russian sailor of the year 2009 – 2012.
SwedenJohanna has been in the national team for several years, participating in a lot of Championships in different dinghies, and has reached many top positions in the National Championships in team sailing.