A welcome change after the disappointment of having no wind on the previous
day. The race committee planned 4 races and the first warning signal was set
Arriving at the racecourse the windsurfers had a short wait for the first
race and commenced with the action. Three races were sailed before the break
and, as the sailors put it, “some really good, tactical starts” were
concluded. After coming ashore, the wind dropped a little, but the conditions
were still suitable to conduct another race for all fleets.
The Division II is seeing some really fierce competition and the top three
are just a couple points apart. Alain Cadre from France was most consistent
today with three seconds and a first. He took the lead. His teammate Nicolas
le Gal and Omar Juan Moreno from Spain will also be fighting for the gold
The leaders have not changed in the Raceboard fleets. The French confirming
that they are favourites on their own turf, Nicolas Huget has won all but one
of his races and Jean Mailhos is doing even better with bullets all the way.
The day ended with AGMs of both the DII and Racebaord classes going into the
very late evening. Let’s hope everybody is rested before tomorrow as once
again races start at 10:00.
Today’s starts make it 6 in total for both women and men in the Raceboard
fleets and 7 for DII.