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Published on Aug 5, 2012
WORLDS OK DInghy 2012, Vallensbaek, Denmark, July 21nd - 28th
Title: IN BETWEEN, WORLDS 2012
Video and photo collage by Sam Jedig Produced by Sam Jedig 2012
No sailor has ever won five OK Dinghy World titles. Three sailors have won four titles and two of them called it a day after that. The third sailor in question is the current World Champion Nick Craig (GBR) and he is about to try for a record fifth title at the 2012 OK Dinghy World Championship, which starts in Vallensbæk, near Copenhagen, in Denmark next week. But it won't be easy. This will be the hardest world championship to win in the history of the class. Being the 50th world championship, the class decided to make it an open event. Usually the entry is limited to around 80 boats, but this year the event has attracted more than 150 pre-entries, including an interesting mix of old and new faces.
André Budzien won the 2012 OK Dinghy World Championship in Vallensbaek, Denmark after the final two races were sailed on Saturday. Greg Wilcox took the silver while Thomas Hanssen-Mild took the bronze. The final two races were won by Christian Olesen and Björn Allansson.