• Super Sunday At The 14 Worlds

    The high pressure that had dominated the landscape over the previous few days relaxed overnight
    ushering a deep, compressed layer of cool air, stratus and wind, which lingered all day over the race
    course. Wind at the start were in the high teens, low 20's and the crews were anxious to prove their mettle
    on SF Bay, so much so, it took 3 tries to get the race off as 2 general recalls were enforced.

    The Aussie's made a collect move up the standings, with Lindsay Irwin and Andrew Perry moving into 1st with a deuce in race 3
    for a total of 13, 2 points ahead of Germany's Georg Borkenstein/Eike Dietrich who are now 2nd with 15.

    6 Aussie teams finished in the top 10 for the race, which saw just 15 DNF's/DNC's compared to 1/2 the entire fleet the day prior,
    meaning the fleet is either adjusting to the brazen conditions or the all night ibuprofen drips are working!

    The Aussie's currently have 6 boats in the top 10 overall standings, Great Britain 4, and Germany 1.... The US sits just outside with
    Mikey Radziejowski/ Evan Sjostedt in 11th and Paul Galvez/Cameron McDonald in 12th


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    This article was originally published in forum thread: 2018 International 14 Worlds started by Photoboy View original post