26Four new world Champions

the 2014 Techno World Championship formally closed in the same way as it opened with a great party.

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26 JulRacing abandoned - 2014 Techno Worlds Finished -  
26 JulBig shift on the white course -  
26 Julunder17 boys gold abandoned due to a 40 degree wind shift -  
26 Julunder 17 boys silver in a starting sequence under a black flag. -  
26 Julgeneral recall on under 17 boys silver -  
26 Julwind shift on orange course -  
26 JulAp over A raised on yellow course -  
26 JulGood start on under 17 boys gold -  
26 JulUnder 17 boys gold starting under a black flag. -  
26 JulUnder 17 boys silver starting under an I flag. -  
26 JulUnder 17 boys silver will sail an O2 -  
26 Jultechno plus will sail an I2 -  
26 Julunder 17 boys silver fleet in a starting sequence for race 10. -  
26 Julwhite course length 0.25 nautical miles angles 010 -  
26 JulUnder 17 boys silver going first on white course -  
26 Julunder 17 boys gold back in a starting sequence -  
26 JulGeneral recall on the under 17 boys gold -  
26 Julunder 17 boys gold going for another start -  
26 Julorange course in a starting sequence 4 minutes to start of race 10. -  
26 JulWind on yellow course not looking very good. -  
26 Julon the orange course axis 010 length 0.28 nautical miles -  
26 JulCourse axis 010 length 0.28 nautical miles -  
26 JulOrange course are going for O2 course for under 17 boys gold -  
26 JulI2 course for under 17 girls -  
26 Julorange flag raised on orange course possible start in 10 minutes. -  
26 JulAll courses are afloat -  
26 Jul15 to 20 minutes until possible start on white. -  
26 Jul005 to 040 degrees of wind on the white course -  
26 Jul350 to 010 on the orange course -  
26 JulAll courses are racing -  
26 JulAP lowered for white course -  
26 JulAll race courses are going to attempt a start -  
26 JulAP lowered for yellow course, under 17 boys silver getting ready -  
26 JulBig rush to the slipway as Orange Course (U17B and U17G) get ready -  
26 JulAP lowered for orange course, under 17 boys gold and under 17 girls are going to attempt a race. -  
26 JulRace committee looking for wind on the race areas. -  
26 Jul7-8 knots on the orange course. -  
26 Jul4-8 knots on the yellow course. -  
26 JulWind starting to pick up possibility of some racing later. -  
26 JulAP raised competitors held ashore under postponement. -  
26 JulLack of wind at the moment -  
25 JulUnder 15 boys top 3 overall Junior (u15) 152 (FRA-Tom Arnoux)in first Junior (u15) 907 (ISR-Lior Kamil) in second Junior (u15) 303 (ISR-Itai Kafri)in third -  
25 JulUnder 17 boy top 3 overall Youth (u17) 171 (ITA-Carlo Ciabatti) in first Youth (u17) 320 (FRA-Tom Monnet) in second Youth (u17) 253 (ISR-Yoav Cohen) in third. -  
25 JulUnder 17 girls overall after 10 races Youth (u17) 20 (FRA-Lucie Pianazza) in first Youth (u17) 9 (ISR-Katy Spychakov) in second Youth (u17) 13 (RUS-Mariam Sekhposyan) in third -  
25 JulRacing finished all sailors ashore -  
25 JulDay 5 is finished -  
25 JulUnder 17 boy race 8 finishing order Youth (u17) 171 (ITA-Carlo Ciabatti) Youth (u17) 174 (JPN-Kensei Ikeda) Youth (u17) 101 (ISR-Dor Manoach) -  
25 JulUnder 15 girls have finished. -  
25 JulTop 3 under 17 girls race 9 Youth (u17) 620 (ISR-Noy Drihan) Youth (u17) 507 (POL-Magdalena Majewska) Youth (u17) 9 (POL-Katy Spychakov) -  
25 JulYouth (u17) 121 (RUS-Maxim Tokarev) Youth (u17) 185 (POL-Mikolaj Michalski) Youth (u17) 210 (FRA-Paul Mingam) leading at the finish Line. -  

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DAY  SCHEDULE
Schedule
Pre
19 Jul
Arrival and Training
19 Jul
1000-1700 - Registration
1900 - Opening Ceremony
20 Jul
1000-1300 - Registration       
1500 - Practice Race 17:00 - Coaches Meeting
21-26 Jul
1000 - Racing
26 Jul
1600 - Last Warning Signal
2000 - Prizegiving
27 Jul
Departure