Just one week after winning the championship of sailing clubs, the North German Regatta Club (NRV) also won the German Sailing League Cup DSL Cup in its home waters on Alster Lake in downtown Hamburg. With a 21-point lead over the second-placed Württemberg Yacht Club and the Flensburger Segel-Club in third place, the North German club achieved a clear victory. Winning nine of 12 races outright, their worst finish was a single third place. “We are really happy! Last week the Deutsche Segel-Bundesliga championship and this week the DSL Cup – it couldn’t be more beautiful,” said Tobias Schadewaldt, helmsman from NRV. He attributes the success to the common spirit on board, saying “We concentrate on the positive things and on the parameters that we can influence. This constructive attitude, which we all share on board, carried us to victory.” In addition to the trophy, the regatta was also about staying up in the league and advancing to the second sailing league for many teams. For the Westphalian Yacht Club Delecke and the Sailing Club Ville as the second division at risk of relegation, it was about staying up, which they secured with sixth and ninth places for the coming season. The Salzgitter Sailing Club and the Regatta-Segler-Neuruppin move up to the second sailing league for the first time with places seven and eight. For more Deutsche Segel-Bundesliga information, visit https://www.facebook.com/SegelBundesliga.