10 Rater

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The International 10 Rater (10R) is a class of radio controlled sailing yacht used for competitive racing, it is a measurement controlled classes administered by the International Radio Sailing Association. The class is a designated IRSA International class entitled to hold World Championships officially recognised by the World Sailing. A 10 rater is the longest and tallest of all the international classes and has rules that allow the most scope for development.


World Championships[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
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1999, Changi
Prizm (Own Design)
 Philip Playle (GBR)
 Mark Dennis (GBR)
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2016, Lake Garda
Trance Mk2 (Own Design)
Diamond (Own Design)
 Christophe Boisnault (FRA)

Unofficial World Championships[edit]

Unclear of the status of these events as the International Radio Sailing Association only joined ISAF in the mid 90's.

Event Gold Silver Bronze
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1975, Gosport
 Lennart AKESSON (SWE)
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1978, Durban
 Squire KAY (GBR)
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1980, Ottawa
 Squire KAY (GBR)
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1982, Dunkerque
 Pierre JAHAN (FRA)
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1987, Gothenburg
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1991, Viry-Châtillon
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1993, Lake Bonney SE

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