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 OPEN CLASS
 
 1900 - Paris, United Kingdom
 
 1/2 TON
 
 1900 - Paris, France
 
 1/2 - ONE TON
 
 1900 - Paris, United Kingdom
 
 1-2 TON
 
 1900 - Paris, Switzerland
 
 2-3 TON
 
 1900 - Paris, United Kingdom
 
 3-10 TON
 
 1900 - Paris, France
 
 10-20 TON
 
 1900 - Paris, France
 
 6 METER
 
 1952 - Helsinki, United States
 1948 - London, United States
 1936 - Berlin,  United Kingdom
 1932 - Los Angeles, Sweden
 1928 - Amsterdam, Norway
 1924 - Paris, Norway
 1920 - Antwerp, Norway
 1912 - Stockholm, France
 1908 - London, United Kingdom
 
 5.5 METER
 
 1968 - Mexico City, Sweden
 1964 - Tokyo, Australia
 1960 - Rome, United States
 1956 - Melbourne, Sweden
 1952 - Helsinki, United States
 
 7 METER
 
 1920 - Antwerp, United Kingdom
 1908 - London, United Kingdom
 
 8 METER
 
 1936 - Berlin, Italy
 1932 - Los Angeles, United States
 1928 - Amsterdam, France
 1924 - Paris, Norway
 1920 - Antwerp, Norway
 1912 - Stockholm, Norway
 1908 - London, United Kingdom
 
 10 METER
 
 1920 - Antwerp, Norway
 1912 - Stockholm, Sweden
 
 12 METER
 
 1920 - Antwerp, Norway
 1912 - Stockholm, Norway
 1908 - London, United Kingdom
 
 18 Dinghy
 
 1920 - Antwerp, United Kingdom
 
 30 SQUARE METERS
 
 1920 - Antwerp, Sweden
 
 40 SQUARE METERS
 
 1920 - Antwerp, Sweden
 
 MONOTYPE
 
 1936 - Berlin, Holland
 1932 - Los Angeles, France
 1928 - Amsterdam, Sweden
 1924 - Paris, Belgium
 
 FINN
 
 2000 - Sydney, Iain Percy, Great Britain
 1996 - Atlanta, Poland
 1992 - Barcelona, Spain
 1988 - Seoul, Spain
 1984 - Los Angeles, New Zealand
 1980 - Moscow, Finland
 1976 - Montreal, Germany
 1972 - Munich, France
 1968 - Mexico City, Russia
 1964 - Tokoyo, Germany
 1960 - Rome, Denmark
 1956 - Melbourne, Denmark
 1952 - Helsinki, Denmark
 1920 - Antwerp, Holland
 
 STAR
 
 2000 - Sydney, Mark Reynolds and Magnus Liljedahl, United States
 1996 - Atlanta, Brazil
 1992 - Barcelona, United States
 1988 - Seoul, United Kingdom
 1984 - Los Angeles, United States
 1980 - Moscow, Russia
 1972 - Munich, Australia
 1968 - Mexico City, United States
 1964 - Tokoyo, Bahamas
 1960 - Rome, Russia
 1956 - Melbourne, United States
 1952 - Helsinki, Italy
 1948 - London, United States
 1936 - Berlin, Germany
 1932 - Los Angeles, United States
 
 DRAGON
 
 1972 - Munich, Australia
 1968 - Mexico City, United States
 1964 - Tokoyo, Denmark
 1960 - Rome, Greece
 1956 - Melbourne, Sweden
 1952 - Helsinki, Norway
 1948 - London, Norway
 
 FIREFLY
 
 1948 - London, Denmark
 
 SHARPIE
 
 1956 - Melbourne, New Zealand
 
 FLYING DUTCHMAN
 
 1992 - Barcelona, Spain
 1988 - Seoul, Denmark
 1984 - Los Angeles, United States
 1980 - Moscow, Spain
 1976 - Montreal, Germany
 1972 - Munich, United Kingdom
 1968 - Mexico City, United Kingdom
 1964 - Tokoyo, New Zealand
 1960 - Rome, Norway
 
 SOILING
 
 2000 - Sydney, Jesper Bank, Denmark
 1996 - Atlanta, Germany
 1992 - Barcelona, Denmark
 1988 - Seoul, Germany
 1984 - Los Angeles, United States
 1980 - Moscow, Denmark
 1976 - Montreal, Denmark
 1972 - Munich, United States
 
 TEMPEST
 
 1976 - Montreal, Sweden
 1972 - Munich, Russia
 
 TORNADO
 
 2000 - Sydney, Austria
 1996 - Atlanta, Spain
 1992 - Barcelona, France
 1988 - Seoul, France
 1984 - Los Angeles, New Zealand
 1980 - Moscow, Brazil
 1976 - Montreal, United Kingdom
 
 WINDGLIDER
 
 1984 - Los Angeles, Holland
 
 470 WOMEN
 
 2000 - Sydney, Belinda Crowell & Jenny Armstrong, Australia
 1996 - Atlanta, Ukraine
 1992 - Barcelona, Spain
 1988 - Seoul, France
 
 470 MEN
 
 2000 - Sydney, Peter Turnbull&Tom King, Australia
 1996 - Atlanta, Ukraine
 1992 - Barcelona, Spain
 1988 - Seoul, France
 
 LECHNER
 
 1988 - Seoul, New Zealand
 
 LECHNER MEN
 
 1992 - Barcelona, France
 
 LECHNER WOMEN
 
 1992 - Barcelona, New Zealand
 
 EUROPE - WOMEN
 
 2000 - Sydney, Shirley Robertson, Great Britain
 1996 - Atlanta, Denmark
 1992 - Barcelona, Norway
 
 LASER
 
 1996 - Atlanta, Brazil
 
 MISTRAL MEN
 
 2000 - Sydney, Christoph Sieber, Austria
 1996 - Atlanta, Greece
 
 MISTRAL WOMEN
 
 2000 - Sydney, Alessandra Sensini, Italy
 1996 - Atlanta, Hong Kong
 
 OPEN LASER
 
 2000 - Sydney, Ben Ainslie, Great Britain
 
 OPEN 49ER
 
 2000 - Sydney, Finland
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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