Strategy and Tactic

Philipp and Julian Autenrieth: "The best tactic and strategy decide the outcome, while the boat and the conditions are more or less the same for everyone.  Whoever can make the best out of these conditions, wins."


Mic Mohr

Mic Mohr wins all races at "Goldenen Opti" in 2019!

Goldener Optimist 2019

Mic: "You have to sail with the shifts ...". His recipe for success opened, he drove with 6 day victories unchallenged to overall victory. In the past few years, the 15-year-old has already won everything there was to win at important regattas in Germany. Now he got the last remaining crown. At the Golden Opti at Kiel Schilksee, the largest German Optimist regatta, he prevailed in a sovereign manner against the 208 competitors. With this victory, he follows in the footsteps of his brother Roko, who received the trophy in Kiel in 2016.
Source: © Report in Kieler Nachrichten Segelsport; Photo © 

"For the World Championship in Thailand I didn't need much luggage, except for Tactical Sailing, which was always with me."

3rd place World Championship 2017

Mic Mohr

Congratulations to Mic Mohr for his 3rd place at World Championship 2017. With 2 victories he secured a podium finish, racing results overall places: 8,1,2,1,11,2,10, (24), 10. The participation of a total of 62 sailing nations with 280 sailors was a record for this event. Each country sent its most talented Optimist sailors to Thailand, who fought for victory as representatives of their country in the waters off Pattaya Beach. The Royal Varuna Yacht Club (RVYC) in Pattaya organized this World Championship. World Champion 2017 was the Italian Marco Gradoni, the 2nd place went to Muhammad Fauzi Bin Kaman Shah from Malaysia.

World Championship
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International German Champion 2017

Mic Mohr

After two final races at the German Championship and a total of 10 races, the Opti championship at Travemünde (Baltic Sea) came to an end. The new International German Champion 2017 in the Optimist class is Mic Mohr (CRC 7). With a total of 48 points and 5-day victories, he confidently asserted himself among 204 optimist competitors in the battle for the top. Mic, born in 2004, not only had to prevail against his brother Roko, but also strong competition from Germany, Denmark and France.
In the fight for victory in the final race probably helped him the unusual name of his boat. With his super-fast Optimist "Rapido" he managed to always lie on the water at least one boat ahead of the other and never give his opponents a real chance to win. Mic launched with the country code "CRC" for Costa Rica, the home of his mother and now also his adopted home. There he actively sails for the "Fragata Sailing Club", but at the same time - like his brother Roko - is a member of the "Plauer Wassersportverein e.V." in Germany.

The two finals in front of Travemünde (Baltic Sea) were really exciting - with a strong southwest wind the young sailors had to give their best until the last mark. In the end, Mic Mohr won for Costa Rica, in second and third place the two German sailors Mewes Wieduwild and Jesper Bahr, in fourth place for Denmark Helena Wolf, in 5th place Roko Mohr, 6th Moritz-Alexander Dürholt, 7th Anna Barth, 8th Christian Lenkmann, 9th Julian Sensch and 10th Catharina Schaaf - all for Germany.

Price giving of all boat classes at the "Travemünder Woche" 2017 (Baltic Sea)

Mussanah Race Week 2018 - Oman - The familiy Mohr brothers

Sailing under palms ...

German 2017 national Optimist champion Mic Mohr – brother, incidentally, of Laser Radial racer Roko – led from the start and took the class win ahead of Italy’s Alessandro Cortese and Kuzey Kumlali of Turkey. The best result for an Omani sailor was achieved by Salim Al Alawi who finished 33rd.

Hussain Al Jabri took three race wins on his way to a clear victory in the 27-strong Laser Radial fleet, finishing eight points ahead of Germany’s Roko Mohr with Bahraini sailor Daoud Abdullah a further point behind in third. Ibtisam Al Salmi was the leading female Omani sailor, taking 16th place.

Flyer 2017 / 2018 - Mic Mohr

Source: News;
Photos: Matias Capizzano, @capizzanophotography,
Oliver Mohr, Birgitt Müller-Genrich sowie
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