Wednesday, 12 May 2010

Up and down day

Eight hours on the water for just one race. The wind went in circles while the race committee did its best to set a fair course. The wind earlier in the day was very promising but petered out half way through race one after Rafa TRujillo (ESP) had built a commanding lead. The next start in the opposite dorection was shifty and tricky but managed to be completed with class novice Mate Arapov (CRO) winning from Peer Moberg (NOR) and Deniss Karpak (EST). After an hour wait for the wind to stabilise race two got away at the third attempt but the massive pressive variation on the first beat was a hint of things to come, and it was fially abandoned at the end of the first downwind while Rafal Szukiel (POL) and Ivan Kjlakovic Gaspic (CRO) were well ahead of the chasing pack.
Two days down - one race on the board...

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