For three days, the 18 top division teams fought for the title, Champions League places and relegation at the 2017 Bundesliga final in Berlin
The decision was made in the 45th and last race of the 2017 Bundesliga season: The North German RegattVerein from Hamburg won the German sailing club championship for the third time after 2013 and 2014. At the finals of the Bundesliga sailing league on the Wannsee in Berlin, fourth place was enough to cheer on the Alster, title and championship trophy. The German Touring Yacht Club from Tutzing was runner-up ahead of the Überlingen Sailing and Motorboat Club from Lake Constance.
The SMCÜ crew surprisingly sailed on the championship course on the first day, but in the end had to bow to the NRV and the DTYC
The decision was made on Saturday in the capital in the final sprint of the three-day first division matches at the host club Seglerhaus am Wannsee. NRV helmsman and Olympian Tobias Schadewaldt said: "We wanted to sail well and get the thing. And we sailed well!" The Lindau Sailing Club won the season finale ahead of the Chiemsee Yacht Club and the Düsseldorf Yacht Club.
Traveled to Berlin as championship leaders, but in the end lost to the NRV: the team from the German Touring Yacht Club
Here the NRV is sailing on championship course with helmsman Tobias Schadewaldt
The club Seglerhaus am Wannsee provided the most blatant performance curves this season, whose different teams at the league events with ranks 7, 16, 14, 4, 1 and - this weekend - 18 provided an unprecedented sporty roller coaster ride, which The season ended with 11th place in the table without worries. This competing quartet did not succeed: Direct relegations in the 2017 season were the Lübeck Yacht Club (15th), the Potsdamer Yacht Club (16th), the Hamburg Sailing Club (17th) and the Schweriner Yacht Club (18th).) four clubs that will have to attack again in the second Bundesliga next year.
Here you can find the final results of Bundelig2017.
The 2017 Bundesliga season at the host club Seglerhaus am Wannsee in Berlin ended in a very exciting way. Tobias Schadewaldt's crew got the bowl - for the third time after 2013 and 2014 for the North German RegattVerein