Rolex World Sailor of the Year. Listado de nominados con la española Tara Pacheco entre las mujeres.

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2017 Rolex World Sailor of the Year nominees announced; representing the breadth and depth of the sport

World Sailing, the international federation for the sport, and Rolex are proud to announce a diverse lineup of nominees for the Rolex World Sailor of the Year Awards 2017. The 2017 nominees feature sailors drawn from the America’s Cup, Vendee Globe, Windsurfing, Offshore and Olympic Class racing, highlighting the breadth and depth of the sport.

The Rolex World Sailor of the Year Awards is the most prestigious award of recognition in the dynamic sport of sailing. Since the awards’ inception in 1994, the trophy has proudly accumulated the names of those who have demonstrated unparalleled, performance, endurance and accomplishment in sailing.

More than 80 nominations were received for the 2017 Award for sailors demonstrating outstanding achievement in the sport of sailing between 19 September 2016 and 31 August 2017.

The names vying for the coveted and prestigious 2017 Rolex World Sailor of the Year Awards are:

Female
Marit Bouwmeester (NED)
2017 Laser Radial World Champion

Martine Grael and Kahena Kunze (BRA)
49erFX World Cup Series Champions

Sarah-Quita Offringa (ARU)
Pro Windsurfers Association World Tour Freestyle and Slalom World Champion

Tara Pacheco (helmed by Fernando Echavarri) (ESP)
Nacra 17 World Cup Series Champions

MaleB
Glenn Ashby (AUS)
America’s Cup winning Skipper

Peter Burling (NZL)
America’s Cup winning Helmsman

Thomas Coville (FRA)
Singlehanded Round the World Record holder

Armel Le Cleac’h (FRA)
2016-2017 Vendée Globe winner

52 Super Series Menorca. Bronenosec gana la única regata del día.


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Bronenosec acierta en la lotería

Azzurra sigue de líder del circuito y de la Menorca 52 SUPER SERIES Sailing Week tras un descalabro del Quantum en la manga que ganaron los rusos.

MAÓ. (20 de septiembre de 2017) – Azzurra esta un paso más cerca del triunfo final en las 52 SUPER SERIES 2017. Y está un tranco más próximo después de que hoy sólo se haya podido dar medio. De nuevo el tiempo jugó una mala pasada a la flota de la Menorca 52 SUPER SERIES Sailing Week y del calendario previsto de dos mangas sólo se pudo dar una salida con olas grandes y viento muy rolón e inestable. La manga la ganó el Bronenosec de Vladimir Liubomirov mientras que el líder sigue siendo el Azzurra aunque empatado a puntos con el Gladiator del británico Tony Langley.

En la general del circuito 52 SUPER SERIES por la que luchan los italianos junto con el Platoon y el Quantum Racing, el barco de la familia Roemmers tiene una renta de seis puntos sobre el velero alemán y de 13 sobre el actual defensor del título.

Un ‘madrugón’ de la flota evitó hoy el día en blanco. Habitualmente las mangas comienzan pasado el mediodía, pero hoy María Torrijo, la responsable del Comité de Regatas, decidió adelantarlo a las once ya que el parte anunciaba que a esa hora aún había algo de viento pero que iría cayendo. Y así fue. A las once se pudo dar la salida, pero tras finalizar esa prueba la ‘jefa’ alicantina envió a la flota al Club Marítimo de Mahón al decretar aplazamiento en tierra. A las 14.30 sonó a sirena que cancelaba las pruebas para hoy. Todos para casa.

Y la jornada se saldó con la victoria del Bronenosec y con una decepción monumental en el Quantum Racing. Los americanos, actuales defensores de título, tenían la regata completamente dominada en el segundo paso por la boya de barlovento. La manga era suya, pero sucedió lo que nadie barruntaba del gran favorito. Esperaron demasiado a que les volviera la racha por el lado derecho del campo de regatas y perdieron toda la ventaja que tenían acumulada. Del primero pasaron al séptimo puesto y a ceder otros tres puntos con el Azzurra. Y lo que es más complicado, tres puntos menos y un día menos para luchar por recuperarlos.

Azzurra pasó segundo por esa última boya de la jornada. Siguió a Quantum, pero decidió trasluchar un minuto antes que sus ancestrales rivales. En juego estaba también defender la posición con el Platoon que había pasado sexto por la baliza de arriba y que se fue por el lado izquierdo del campo junto con Gladiator y con Bronenosec. El barco ruso fue el gran beneficiado de mantenerse en el lugar donde la racha sopló hacia la línea de llegada. Esta victoria de la tripulación de Liubomirov les resarcía del mal sabor de boca de ayer cuando rompieron un genaker y perdieron cuatro posiciones en la última popa, la que hoy les devolvió la suerte. Tras los rusos entró el Platoon y el Gladiator que es, junto al Azzurra, el barco que mejores prestaciones ha tenido en los dos ‘cojos’ primeros días de competición en Maó. El velero de Langley es el más nuevo de la flota, fue construido el pasado invierno, y con la llega de Ed Baird a la táctica Gladiator se puede convertir en el sexto barco que gane una regata este año en las 52 SUPER SERIES. También Bronenosec presentó su candidatura en Maó con la convincente y afortunada victoria de hoy.

Para mañana el plan del Comité de Regatas es el de dar dos salidas de pruebas barlovento sotavento a partir de las 12.00 horas. Se espera un viento de unos diez nudos con el mar mucho más plano que en los dos días anteriores. Los seguidores de la regata podrán seguir la retransmisión con señal de televisión en directo del apasionante final de la temporada desde sus ordenadores. Desde mañana y a través de nuestra web www.52superseries.com se ofrece la señal en directo desde el agua con comentarios en inglés.

Guillermo Parada, caña del Azzurra, explica:

“Al final creo que salimos bastante ilesos de una situación complicada igual que ayer cuando nosotros casi perdemos la victoria. Al final en la última popa íbamos pegados a Quantum y quisimos asegurar y que Quantum quedara por detrás de nosotros sabiendo que había otros barcos que habían trasluchado y que nos podían pasar, pero medimos las opciones y vimos que ahí estábamos bien. Fue una buena elección y faltó poco para también ganar la manga. En el último cruce con Platoon nos quedamos a dos metros de tener el babor estribor. Lo que es claro es que no puedes controlar todas las puntas del campo de regatas con estos días. El barco está bien, la tripulación está muy bien y Vasco está haciendo un buen trabajo midiendo los riesgos. Hoy cubrimos a Quantum, pero otro día podemos cubrir a Platoon. Hoy se dio así, no puedes estar pensando en toda la flota”.

Jordi Calafat, estratega del Platoon, afirma:

“Las condiciones han sido un poco de lotería. Era mejor ir quinto al empezar la última popa y ver qué pasaba, que ir primero. El factor suerte ha sido determinante. A nosotros nos ha ido bien, pero creo que todos hemos ido al límite de poder navegar con estos saltos de viento. Hacía falta la suerte. No se trata de estar perdiendo mangas del calendario previsto, sino que lo más importante es hacer regatas justas, mucho más que intentar hacer muchas pruebas. Creo que se ha hecho bien mandándonos a tierra porque no eran las mejores condiciones para navegar”.

Michelle Ivaldi, estratega del Quantum, manifiesta:

“Hoy no ha sido nuestro día. Es una lástima porque estábamos haciendo una gran regata, lo estábamos haciendo muy bien todo desde el principio y hemos hecho un único error que nos ha salido muy muy caro. Seis posiciones es un precio muy caro que hemos pagado. Los próximos días va a ser más predecible el tiempo y menos caóticos con brisas del sudeste. Quedan ocho potenciales regatas y hay mucho margen para recuperar por lo que mantenemos la confianza de que podemos luchar por la victoria en el circuito y en Menorca”.

Nacho Postigo, navegante del Provezza, sostiene:

“Si ha sido justa la regata… pregúntale a Quantum que no estaban muy contentos. No pueden estarlo porque nosotros hemos girado la primera boya últimos y han terminado por detrás y eso que nos sacaba la vida. Esta flota tiene estas cosas y estoy convencido de que a ellos ya se les habrá pasado el cabreo. La parte izquierda era lo que pagaba en ceñida y en la popa lo único que te ayudaba era quedarte dentro de la racha. Eso es lo que les ha pasado han aguantado demasiado esperando a que les volviera. Nuestra preocupación era sacar la cabeza del fondo del mar tras girar la primera boya últimos. Estas condiciones a nuestro barco o nuestro estilo de navegar no nos van mucho en las ceñidas, aunque en las popas recuperamos. Mañana en condiciones de mar plano espero que estemos más en forma”.

Clasificación de la Menorca 52 SUPER SERIES Sailing Week (tras la 2ª Jornada)
1. Azzurra (Familia Roemmers, ITA/ARG) (1,4) 5 puntos.
2. Gladiator (Tony Langley, GBR) (2,3) 5 p.
3. Platoon (Harm Müller-Spreer, GER), (6,2) 8 p.
4. Bronenosec (Vladimir Liubomirov, RUS), (9,1) 10 p.
5. Sled (Takashi Okura, USA), (3,8) 11 p.
6. Quantum Racing (Doug DeVos, USA), (4,7) 11 p.
7. Provezza (Ergin Imre, TUR) (5,6) 11 p.
8. Sorcha (Peter Harrison GBR) (11,5) 16 p.
9. Rán Racing (Niklas Zennström, SWE), (7,10) 17 p.
10. Paprec Recyclage (Jean-Luc Petithuguenin, FRA) (8,9) 17 p.
11. Alegre (Andrés Soriano GBR/USA) (10,11) 21 p.

Mundial de RS:X Enoshima, Japón. Día 2 con condiciones más estables.

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Tuesday, 19 September 2017

2017 RS:X World Windsurfing Championships – Simplicity and stability

Today would be a day for simplicity and stability for all of the sailors aiming to keep their championship hopes alive. After the massive wind shifts and challenging rolling waves from Monday, day 2 of the RS:X World Championships in Enoshima, Japan was widely different to the first days racing – which all 168 competitors were extremely grateful for. This morning was a calm and peaceful scene of serenity as a flat calm Sagami Bay greeted the athletes to the venue of the next Olympic sailing competition.

In both the men’s and women’s fleet, the overnight scorecard showed that a limited number of competitors actually mastered the conditions and the variables from the opening day. It could be that some nerves were showing and reigning double Olympic champion, Dorian van Rijsselberghe was potentially guilty of this with a mixed scoreline. Today would be a chance for those competitors to show some stability in the results and climb back up the scorecard.

The women’s fleet were the first scheduled for racing but were held ashore for an hour as the light breeze began to tease the organisers and gently build. Once afloat, the conditions were perfect for racing and the race committee wasted no time in rattling off three excellent races in the stable but light wind. Again it was the Chinese that were the dominant force with three sailors in the top four overall at the end of the day. Peina Chen leads the fleet having scored a 1, 1, 11 and is looking very confident in all of the conditions thrown at the fleet after two days racing. Polish sailor Zofia Klepacka is chasing hard and will not look to give up the fight for the world title any time soon, Klepacka had the best scoreline of the day with 2, 1, 3 to close the gap on Chen.

The RS:X is the pinnacle of sailing fitness and the racing today was certainly testament to that as competitors were pushed to their endurance limits with racing taking place in around 27 degrees heat and in light winds known as pumping conditions. “Pumping” is where the competitors physically use their body weight to fan the sails to generate a fraction more wind and therefore propel themselves a little faster forward. This effort is exhausting and can feel like running 10,000m three times a day with little break.

The women’s fleet is looking ultra-competitive at this stage in the Olympic cycle. Within the top five there is the silver and bronze medallists from Rio along with a smattering of new faces challenging to get into Saturdays top ten medal race. It will be interesting to see how the battles work out over the next two days of racing as it splits into Gold and Silver fleet racing and whether the relentless intensity of the competition will take its toll on any competitors.

One competitor who narrowly missed out on a medal in Rio is Lillian De Geus from the Netherlands who sits in 6th place and is neatly poised in the chasing pack to capitalise on any mistakes made by the leaders. On todays racing De Geus commented, “Today was so much simpler. It was fun today and I managed to get some good results so very happy with how today went. Yesterday was really tough with the big shifts so happy the conditions were settled. The race committee did a great job in waiting perfectly for the wind and by the time we got out there it was perfect racing”.

In the Under 21 fleet, it would be wrong to say the title is pretty much sewn up, but with Russia’s Stefania Elfutina leading compatriot Mariam Sekhposyan by a whopping 20 points the title is looking firmly in her grasp. Elfutina, a bronze medallist from Rio, will be looking to at the overall title though and will be wanting to walk away at the end of the week as the youngest RS:X World Champion ever. Elfutina on todays racing, “It was good. I had a good day yesterday so I was happy this morning and I enjoyed myself. I will see what happens this week but I am happy we have a rest day tomorrow”.

At 1400 local time, the men and women swapped over for battle duties and as a tired women’s fleet hit the beach a revved up men’s fleet were heading out to the race area. Again in pumping conditions, time ran out on the race committee and with sunset approaching, the men were sent back ashore having only completed two races.

As in the women’s fleet, consistency would be the key to avoiding picking up big scores. The leader from yesterday, Frenchman Louis Giard did exactly that with a 5, 2 scoreline and continues to lead the fleet overall. Talking about the racing, “It was good today, still shifty but I seemed to go the right way and get two good results. I am just happy that I go into the Gold fleet racing with all good discards when they come in which is a strong position for me”.

Whilst Giard leads the overall fleet, the racing today showed off all of the benefits of keeping tactics simple and relying on the basics. Chinas Bing Ye had the best day with a 1, 1 in his flight which Mateo Sanz Lanz from Switzerland also scored well with a 2, 1 in the other flight to land himself into 2nd overall. In fact when looking at the top ten after the first two days racing, the fleet is incredibly compact and, like the women, will provide some excellent battles over the next two days before heading into the medal race. Local favourite Makoto Tomizawa is in fourth overall, just behind Polands Pawel Tarnowski.

Speaking to Israels Shahar Zubari after racing, “I had a bad start in the first race and got a 2nd place, then I had a good start in the second race and got an 8th place so it was that kind of a crazy day. At 31 years old I have more experience over some of the younger guys where they may have more physicality over me so for now it seems as though experience pays”. When asked what made him keep competing as he enters his fourth Olympic campaign, Zubari commented, “It’s the windsurfing lifestyle. I get to go on the water and spend every day with nature. The ocean is our office so its amazing to be able to call this a job”. Zubari is 6th overall going into the rest day.

In the Under 21 fleet for the men, its also extremely close with Angel Grande Roque (Spain) leading by one point from Israels Ofek Elimeleh. They sit 11th and 12th overall respectively and have a real chance of getting into the medal race. More interestingly is that both Roque and Elimeleh are ahead of van Rijsselberghe who has not had an easy start to the week and sits in 16th overall.

Wednesday is a well-deserved rest day for both the men’s and women’s fleet as well as the organisers and volunteers who get to both mentally and physically re-group to put on the best show for the remainder of the event. Two days racing, a total of 18 separate races completed and there is nothing to separate out who could or will win the world titles. Racing resumes on Thursday with the fleets being separated into Gold and Silver flights before the top ten race it out for the medals and title.

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Mundial 2019 RS:X asignado al Circolo Surf Torbole en el Lago di Garda.


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The 2019 RS:X Olympic Windsurfing Class World Championships have been assigned to Circolo Surf Torbole

Great satisfaction also for Alessandra Sensini (4 olympic medals) who won in Torbole, in 2006, the first ever edition of the RS:X World Championships

“The RS:X 2019 World Championships have been awarded to Lake Garda, Torbole! Two classic windsurfing venues will make for some awesome events! Thanks also to Sochi (Russia) and Tianjin (China) for putting bids in and we hope we can visit you in the future!”. This is how the RS:X class – the olympic board from Beijing 2008, until at least Tokyo 2020 – has officially announced the assignment of 2019 World Championships to Italy and in particular to Circolo Surf Torbole! This is a very great news because it has been awarded in the pre-Olympic year: usually the most battled one of the four-year period.

“We got the news directly from Enoshima (Japan) where the RS:X Worlds are about to start – the excited President of Circolo Surf Torbole, Armando Bronzetti, says – after the RS:X Youth World Championships that we have organized this year, we have now succeeded in bringing the RS:X Worlds again to Torbole, to Garda Trentino! As well as in 2006, when the very first edition was held here in Torbole, after Athens 2004 with the change of the Olympic board from Mistral One Design to RS:X. It was eleven years ago and we saw the brilliant return to races of Alessandra Sensini, after the Athens Olympic silver medal, with the very first gold medal of the new RS:X Olympic board history”.

And Alessandra Sensini herself, the current Technical Director FIV (Itaiian Sailing Federation) youth team and CONI Vice President (Italian Olympic Committee), has commented on this important assignment: “The one of 2006, was the victory that I care about the most because it was played at home, just in front of my fans, my friends and Italian journalists. It was a special victory because winning at home is always difficult: there’s always a lot of pressure. After 13 years, although in a different dress, it will be a pleasure for me to come back to Torbole for another RS:X World Championship. For our athletes: they will have to try to make the most of this great opportunity. We are now at the top of world rankings, both for males and females, so this Championship – only one year before Tokyo Olympic Games – will be a wonderful chance to show themselves”.

Mundial de Laser Croacia, día 3. Kontides rompe la mayor pero aún lidera.


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Split, 16.09.2017.

The world’s best sailors in the Laser category, who are taking part of the world championship, which is held in Split, Croatia finally had their lucky day regarding the weather conditions, which have been excellent.

Better said, there was a strong south wind of 20 – 25 wind knots, which made it possible to hold the remaining three sails, before the sailors split into the gold, silver and bronze group. Within these groups, there will be decided who wins the medals of this championship.

Pavlos Kontides from Cyprus is still in leading position as he showed another great performance. In the fourth sail he was on the third place, and then in the fifth sail he has been again the fastest of all but then in the sixth sail he had a small accident and his sail broke.

Since the worst result of the qualifications gets deleted it was obvious that Pavlos will finish the qualifications with four first places and one third place which means that he has seven negative points in total.

The French Jean-Baptiste Bernaz has also had a good day on Saturday (he won the fourth and sixth race), as well as the Australian Matthew Wearn (one win and two second places). Sam Meech and Tom Burton made it as well into the group of the best ranked sailors.

The Croatian sailor Tonči Stipanović won the fourth sail, was on position 10 in the fifth sail and he finished the sixth sail as 13th. This means that he made it into the finals with a total of 29 “negative” points or better said he is now in total 22 points behind the leading Kontides.

“Only 30 m before the finish I felt a strong cramp in the calf of my left leg, but luckily I managed to keep the leading position and to win. I used the time between the first and second sail to stretch and to get a massage but I still felt strong pain during the second race, but I still managed to finish that race as 10th. In the third race I noticed that the sail of Kontides was broken and that he was heading back so I looked up to my sail and noticed that is was also partially broken, so I simply couldn’t get the right speed with such a sail. “ explained Tonči Stipanović and he added that he is not giving up the fight for one of the medals.

“There is no need to panic, even though I am 22 points behind. Everything what happened to me this Saturday can as well happen to anyone else. Now we are only the best ones in the same group and we will figure out everything in our direct competitions. The most important part is to rest well and to prepare for the remaining regattas. “

His coach Jozo Jakelić had more issues with the breaking sail then with the results.

“I am not saying that I am angry, but I am unhappy because this is a problem on which no one has an impact and about which we cannot complain officially. I am quite surprised that it is possible that new equipment can break this easily. Regarding the 22 points which he is behind, that is absolutely attainable because now we have 49 of the best sailors in group who will be sailing one against the other. If one of the leading sailors has one or two not so good races – everything is possible.”

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Mundial de Laser Croacia, día 2. Pavlos Kontides se afianza en la punta.


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This Friday we could see how demanding sailing is, not only as a sport, but as well in the segment of organization. Since the morning everyone has been waiting for a favorable wind and the possibility for the sailors to get to the regatta field. Finally in the afternoon the weather showed some mercy with a south-east wind of 10-12 wind knots in the regatta fields in front of Žnjan. Unfortunately, because of the delayed start, the sailors managed to finish only one sail, which means that they will, depending on the wind, have three sails on Saturday until the end of the qualifications.

Pavlos Kontidos from Cyprus handled the weather conditions excellent and he won on Friday the first place in his group. This means that he has so far three victories in total.

“I managed again to enter the sail as the winner, but I am not yet looking at myself as a favorite, as I am aware of the fact that there are many excellent competitors here and there is still a lot time until the end of the championship. I have to go day by day and race by race. I am as well pretty sure that we won’t know the winner until Tuesday” said Kontides, who is trained by the Croatian Jozo Jakelić, and who helped him to win Olympic silver in London 2012.

“Yes, I spent a lot of time in Split. I feel like this is my second home. I know the sea, but the most important fact for me is, that I am practicing with great sailors like Tonči Stipanovič and Filip Jurišić.”

The Croatian Filip Jurišić has been in the same group as Kontidos and he won the 5th place in the third sail. The Russian Sergey Komissarov has been as well excellent (3.).

“Friday has been much better than Thursday, but I hope that on Saturday, when we are expecting a much stronger wind, the three remaining sails will be even better. My goal is to sail with as less mistakes as possible and I don’t want to take any unnecessary risks.” told Filip Jurišić.

The Croatian Sailor Tonči Stipanović, who is one of the favorites for winning a medal on this championship, was sailing in the blue group, where he won the 4th place. The French Jean Baptiste Bernez ended the race on the 7th place. The Croatian Tonko Kuzmanić had also a good result by winning the 14th place in the same group.

In the red group we had a direct competition between two Olympic medal winners from Rio, Tom Burton and Sam Meech. Meech from New Zealand has been more successful by winning the second place, while Burton finished on the sixth position.

Pavlos Kontides is at the moment in the leading position in the overall results, while Sam Meech is on the second place and Sergey Komissarov on the third. The Croatian sailors Tonči Stipanović and Filip Jurišić are so far on the 14th and 24th positions.

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Mundial de J70 Porto Cervo, primeras regatas de campeonato. Buen comienzo para el argentino “Cebollita” de Sebastian Halpern.



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En el medio el ARG1270 de Sebastian Halpern, timoneado por Ezequiel Despontín y con su hermano Pablo a bordo. Gran comienzo con un quinto puesto en su grupo.

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Porto Cervo, 12 – 16 September 2017
AUDI J/70 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP: A MAGNIFICENT START

The world’s largest sportboat fleet finally commenced racing at the Audi J/70 World Championship, organised by the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda, in collaboration with the Title Sponsor Audi, and the Official Sailmaker Quantum Sails.

Relative Obscurity (USA), Peter Duncan – Judd Smith leads after three races. Petite Terrible #Audi (ITA), Claudia Rossi – Michele Paoletti is second in the rankings, and L’Elagain (ITA), Franco Solerio – Daniele Cassinari is third.

In the Corinthian Class after Race 3: White Hawk (ITA) Gianfranco Noè, Give Me Five (FRA) Follin Robin, and Marnatura (ESP) Luis Bugallo.

Under clear blue skies, with a westerly breeze, ranging from 12-20 Knots, three races were held on the beautiful Costa Smeralda. The J/70 Armada left the safe confines of the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda apprehensive of what was to come. The sight of 162 teams gathered on the race course was nothing short of spectacular, a gigantic festival of yacht racing. The fleet would not return for over eight hours of intense competition, salt-encrusted and elated by the experience.

J Boats Stuart Johnstone, racing with Henry Brauer on American entry Rascal, spoke about the first day of racing at the Audi J/70 World Championship. “It was an extraordinary feeling leaving the harbour this morning, I was thinking back to the golden days of the J/24. I was filled with family pride, seeing so many sailors going out there to enjoy a spectacular day of sailing.”

“Out on the race course, we could recognise the depth and talent of the fleet,” continued Stuart, “If you fell out of the top tier, it was very difficult to claw your way back before the top mark. Downwind the classic post-mistral conditions meant there were big lulls as well as big puffs, which is very challenging. Packs of boats kept passing each other with sometimes 50% difference in boat speed.”

The Audi J/70 World Championship will continue tomorrow, September 15, the intended first warning signal at 1100 CEST. The 162 boat fleet will be split into Gold and Silver Fleets.

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