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Complete list of all Moth World Champions
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Complete list of all Moth European Open Champions
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Collection of Moth record claims
Youngest persons to fly (Key Becker, 10 years old - Sailing out of American YC, Rye, NY - Wind 5-10 kts in September 2008)
Oldest person to fly - On Fri 21st Oct 2011 Stuart Jardine (8 times XOD Captains Cup Cowes winner and 1968 and 1972 Olympian) took to the air at the age of 78 years and 59 days.
Oldest person to win a race in a worlds (Andrew MacDougall - AUS - 54 years old Mach2 - March 2010)
Oldest person to win a worlds (Simon Payne - GBR - 45 years old - Mach2 - March 2010)
Oldest person to win any championships (Andrew McDougall - AUS - 54 years old - Mach2 - Aus Nationals 2010)
Lightest to fly (Peter Ehvert - 29kgs)
Heaviest to fly (Bora Gulari - USA - 150kgs - sailing two up with girlfriend - Bladerider - September 2007)
Heaviest to gybe airbourne (Bora Gulari - USA - 150kgs - sailing two up with girlfriend - Bladerider - September 2007)
Top speed (Scott Babbage - AUS - 31.1 knots - Mach 2 - 13th Jan. 2011)
Top 10 second average (Scott Babbage - AUS - 29.2 knots - Mach 2 - 13th Jan. 2011)
Fastest 'around the world in dubai' (
- 1:29.37 - Bladerider - 1 November 2007).
Most world championships won (3 times each held by Jean Pierre Roggo, SUI David Izatt, GBR - Mark Thorpe, AUS)
Biggest world championship race win margin from 2nd place (Rohan Veal - AUS - 17 minutes - Prowler -
) & (Simon Payne - GBR - 17 minutes - Prowler - 29 July 2006)
Most wins at a world championships (Rohan Veal - AUS - 8 wins - Prowler & Bladerider - January 2005 &
Most 2nds in a World Champ -
- AUS - 4 x 2nds.
Most wins at a national championships (Andrew McDougall - AUS - 11 wins at 2010 Australian National Championships)
Most National Championships won (Claudius Bühler - GER - 10 times German National Champion - in the 80's)
Most Australian State Championships ever won (Brian Morris - AUS - 8 Victorian State Championships) or (
- AUS - 8 NSW State Championships)???
Longest spread of championships: Andrew McDougall - AUS - 31 years - Vic states 1979 to Aus Champs 2010
Frank Raisin (AUS) put his Scow Moth on foils in February 1972.
Ian Ridge (GBR) flew with a hydrofoil in 1988.
Andy Paterson (GBR) flew his Axeman with hydrofoils in 1994.
First Person to...
Win a race at a Worlds on a skiff (David Izatt? - Magnum 3? - Travemünde, Germany? - 1979?)
First to win a worlds in a skiff (Bill Short - Womble - Hayling Island 1977)
Win a worlds with a pocket luff sail (Dave MacKay - AUS - Imperium Scow - 1969)
Win a race at a worlds with hydrofoils (Brett Burvill - AUS - Perth - January 2000)
Win a world championships with hydrofoils (Rohan Veal - AUS - Prowler - January 2005)
Furtherest sailed south (
- USA -
77 degrees, 50 minutes South, McMurdo Sound
- 5 Feb 1965)
Longest drop (
- USA - 100 metres approx - September 2007)
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