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Wind- & Kitesurfing – Friday, April 26, 2019
Friday, April 26, 2019   

Kite Boarding - Freestyle Worldcup - Mondial du Vent - Leucate FRA - Final results

Carlos Maria BRA dethroned the leading Maxim Chabloz SUI in a nail biting final with the last jump. After the Youth Worlds title last year, the young Swiss (age 18) has now become a solid top-rank contender in the Worldcup circuit. Not only on 'liquid' water but also on 'frozen stuff', Chabloz, Ski Freeride World Champion 2018, is on top (here a short video). On rank 3 followed Valentin Rodriguez COL.
In the women, Francesca Bagnoli ITA had the upper hand on the favorite Mikaili Sol BRA. Bronze went to Claudia Leon ESP.
Much wind (up to 40kn) and big breakers made the Freestyle Kitefoiling Worldcup in Leucate FRA spectacular.
The report (in French) scroll down and the video of the day.
Friday, April 26, 2019   

Olympic Classes - World Ranking Lists - 27th April 2019, a dozen NorAm teams well positioned

 Olympic Classes - World Ranking Lists - 27th April 2019, a dozen NorAm teams well positioned The World Sailing Ranking Lists have been updated after the Trofeo Princesa Sofia and the Genoa Worldcup event as well as the Congressional Cup. --- Ian Williams GBR has reclaimed rank 1 in the latest Matchracing Ranking List replacing Eric Monnin SUI on top. Harry Price (AUS) now in third. Chris Poole USA on the 13th place is the best North American. --- No change in the women where Pauline Courtois FRA consolidated her first position ahead of Trine Palludan DEN new on 2nd replacing Anne Oestling SWS now on 3rd. The 8th-ranked Nicole Breault USA is the best North American. --- The Fleetracing Ranking Lists have no previous rankings mentioned in most classes, and a World Sailing report ist missing as well. Nations rankings, presented formerly, are not available either. Therefore, we refrain from commenting on modifications right now. --- Interesting to see, that the top ranks in fleetracing are occupied by 9 different nations from 4 continents: GBR, FRA, ITA, NED(2) from Europe, CHN and JPN from Asia, NZL and AUS(2) from Oceania and BRA from South America. Contrary to most Olympic sports, sailing is truly global. --- The best-ranked North Americans are in the 470men Stuart McNay/David Hughes USA 5th, in the Lasers Standard Charlie Buckingham USA 12th, Chris Barnard USA 19th, in the Lasers Radial Paige Railey USA 4th, Erika Reineke USA 12th, Sarah Douglas CAN 15th, in the Finns Tom Ramshaw CAN 8th, Luke Muller USA 23rd, in the 49ersFX Stephanie Roble/Maggie Shea USA 12th and in the Nacra-17 Riley Gibbs/Anna Weis USA 14th. --- All ranking lists.
Wind- & Kitesurfing – Thursday, April 25, 2019
Thursday, April 25, 2019   

Wind- & Kite-Surfing - Mondial du Vent Leucate FRA - Day 5, finals today

 Wind- & Kite-Surfing - Mondial du Vent Leucate FRA - Day 5, finals today Perfect conditions prevailed yesterday at the Kiteboard Freestyle Worldcup event in Leucate with up to 25k wind and good breakers. Eight riders qualified for the Semi-Finals of today. In the women category, the four finalists are known already. Mikaili Sol BRA (age 14) is the favorite. The qualification tables and all details are available on the event website (in French). --- The competition will be transmitted live on www.sailing-news.us.
Wind- & Kitesurfing – Wednesday, April 24, 2019
Wednesday, April 24, 2019   

Kiteboarding, Windsurfing - Mondial du Vent - Leucate FRA - Day 4, Kiteboarders and Windsurfers to start the competition

Yesterday, a 15kn breeze finally filled in to allow the first runs of the Leucate Foil Challenge for Kiteboarders and Windsurfers on the Etang de Leucate, a lagoon on the long sandy Mediterrean beaches. Benoit Gomez FRA and Mathilde Garandeau FRA finished first in the Kiters. In the Windsurf ranking, Tristan Algret FRA and Marion Mortefon FRA, drivers engaged in the PWA World Tour as well, are on the first positions. --- The news with race information, but no ranking list for the moment. As always in these spectacular events, the event facebook page contains numerous videos and photos.
Wind- & Kitesurfing – Tuesday, April 23, 2019
Tuesday, April 23, 2019   

Kiteboarding, Windsurfing - Mondial du Vent - Leucate FRA - Kiters still waiting for wind

 Kiteboarding, Windsurfing - Mondial du Vent - Leucate FRA - Kiters still waiting for wind Since last Saturday, the Mondial du Vent - a sport- and entertainment event in Leucate FRA near Narbonne at the Mediterranean Sea - has been underway. Wind- and Kitesurfer, Stand-Up-Paddler, Breakdancer competitions are on the program and this surrounded by beach parties.
The Kiteboard Freestylers, engaged in a Freestyle Worldcup Event, have been on hold due to lack of wind since Saturday, but things can change quickly when the powerful Tramontane wind kicks-in. --- The event website and the facebook page with videos.
Wind- & Kitesurfing – Saturday, April 20, 2019
Saturday, April 20, 2019   

Olympic Worldcup 2019 - Act 3 - Genova ITA - Day 5 - Stephanie Roble/Magaret Shea USA 49erFX and Ravi Parent/Caroline Atwood USA Nacra-17 in the Medal Races today

 Olympic Worldcup 2019 - Act 3 - Genova ITA - Day 5 - Stephanie Roble/Magaret Shea USA 49erFX and Ravi Parent/Caroline Atwood USA Nacra-17 in the Medal Races today Yesterday, the 'windiest' - however shifty and puffy - conditions prevailed in Genoa with 6-9kn allowing all classes to race. The 49ers, 49ersFX and Nacras 17 concluded their qualification series, the other classes will have their last fleetraces today Saturday. --- In the 49ers, David and Lachy Gilmour AUS have taken the lead 6 points over the Olympic Champions Burling/Tuke NZL. Peters/Sterritt GBR, McHardie/McKenzie NZL and Lange/Lange ARG on the ranks 3-5 remain in the race for the title and medals. Judge Ryan/Hans Henken USA are on the 33rd place. --- In the 49ersFX, Carlotta Omari/Matilda Distefano ITA are new on first 4 points ahead of Baad-Nielsen/Thusgaard DEN, the former leaders Van Aanholt/Jongens NED are 3rd 8 points behind. Stephanie Roble/Magaret Shea USA on the excellent 5th place are qualified for the Medal Race. --- In the Nacras 17, Ben Saxton/Nicola Boniface GBR have a 6 point lead on Iker Martinez/Olga Maslivets ESP before the Medal Race. Zajac/Matz AUT 10 points back have still a chance for victory today. Ravi Parent/Caroline Atwood USA on rank 8 qualified for the Medal Race as well. We livestream these final races today Saturday morning beginning at 9h a.m UTC on sailing-news.com. --- The 470s completed 3 races yesterday and Fock/Dackhammar SWE moved on top of the 470 men fleet 2 points ahead of Doi/Kimura JPN. Wagen/Siegwart SUI advanced on rank 3 with a 5 point backlog. Stuart McNay/David Hughes USA are 17th. --- In the 470 women, Oliveira/Barbachan BRA have taken the lead as best of the day, in front of Cohen/Lasry ISR and Di Salle/Dubbini ITA on 2nd and 3rd. 17th are Atlantic Nora Brugman Cabot USA. The fight for the Medal Race qualification will be tight today, as the ranks 9-18 are separated by 6 points only ! --- Alex Muscat ESP has taken the lead in the Finns, followed by Jorge Zarif BRA and Oscari Muhonen ESP closely behind. No North Americans sailing. --- The Lasers succeeded to complete three races yesterday. With a solid row of top ranks, the World Champion Pavlos Kontides CYP moved on first in the Lasers Standard ahead of Jonatan Vadnai HUN 4 points behind on rank 2. Hermann Tomasgaard NOR is now on 3rd. The best North Americans are Yanic Gentry MEX on 48th, Robert Davis CANon 49th and Marek Zaleski USA on 61st. --- A trio at equal points is on top of the Lasers Radial: Dongshuang Zhang CHN, Vasileia Karachaliou GRE and Anne-Marie Rindom DEN. The best NorAms are Isabella Bertold CAN on 6th and Hanne Weaver USA on 55th. --- Today, three more races are on the program with the fleets split in Gold and Silver. --- Tomorrow Sunday, the Lasers, 470s and Finns will hold their Medal Races, that can be followed livestream on our sailing-new.com website. --- All ranking lists and the news.
Wind- & Kitesurfing – Sunday, April 14, 2019
Sunday, April 14, 2019   (Image © Jesus Renedo)

RS:X-Windsurfer - European & European Youth Championship - El Arenal ESP - Final results, Dutch Champions in Women and Men

 RS:X-Windsurfer - European & European Youth Championship - El Arenal ESP - Final results, Dutch Champions in Women and Men The European Championship of the Olympic RS:X Windsurfer Class was concluded yesterday with the Medal Races of the ten best and the sail-offs for the rest of the fleets. --- Kieran Badloe NED finished the crucial heat of the RS:X men on rank 2 and defended his first place against the race winner, his team mate, the Olympic Champion Dorian Van Rijsselberge NED. Pedro Pascual USA terminates the Championship on rank 49, Ignacio Berenguer MEX on 88th. --- Dutch victory in the RS:X women as well, where Lilian De Geus NED, winner of the Medal Race, moved up on top ahead of Yunxiu Lu CHN and Emma Wilson GBR. Charline Picon FRA dropped out of the Medals on rank 4. Farrah Hall USA remains on 50th, Cristina Ortiz Vivas MEX is 64th and Mariana Aguiilar MEX 66th. --- Fabien Pianazza FRA won the title in the Boys just one point ahead of Nicolo Renna ITA. Alexander Temko USA is 67th. In the Girls, the ranks one and two went to Israel with Naama Gazit ISR 1st and Linoy Geva ISR 2nd. Heloise Macquaert FRA grasped Bronze. --- All ranking lists, the event website and the RS:X facebook page.
Wind- & Kitesurfing – Saturday, April 13, 2019
Saturday, April 13, 2019   (Image © Jesus Renedo)

RS:X-Windsurfer - European & European Youth Championship 2019 - El Arenal ESP - Day 4, best NorAms in the final 50ies

 RS:X-Windsurfer - European & European Youth Championship 2019 - El Arenal ESP - Day 4, best NorAms in the final 50ies The last Final Series races yesterday were held in a 10-12kn very unsteady Palma seabreeze filling in late in the morning. --- Before today's Medal Races of the 10 best by class, Kiran Badloe NED is the new leader in the RS:X men 13 points ahead of the Olympic Champion Dorian Van Rijsselberge NED. Thomas Goyard FRA and Louis Giard FRA on 3rd and 4th will fight for Bronze today. Pedro Pascual USA is 49th, Ignacio Berenguer MEX 86th. --- In the RS:X women , Yunxiu Lu CHN starts to the crucial race with a 7 point lead over Charline Picon FRA. Lilian de Geus NED and Emma Wilson GBR on the ranks 3 and 4 have also an option for a Medal. Farrah Hall USA is 50th, Cristina Ortiz Vivas MEX 64th and Mariana Aguilar MEX 65th. --- The first four in the RS:X boys are separated by 7 points only. Fabien Pianazza FRA leads 3 points ahead of Nicolo Renna ITA. Vardimon Tomer ISR follows 3 more points behind. Alexander Temko USA is 64th. --- In the RS:X girls , the title will be decided between Héloise Macquaert FRA and Naama Gazit ISR 2 points back. --- The Medal Races are scheduled to begin at 11h UTC today Saturday. --- All results and the daily news.
Wind- & Kitesurfing – Friday, April 12, 2019
Friday, April 12, 2019   (Image © Sailing Energy)

RS:X-Windsurfer - European & European Youth Championship 2019 - El Arenal ESP - Day 3, NorAms remain on mid-fleet ranks

 RS:X-Windsurfer - European & European Youth Championship 2019 - El Arenal ESP - Day 3, NorAms remain on mid-fleet ranks Louis Giard FRA defended his lead in the RS:X men windsurfers 7 points ahead of Kiran Badloe NED. The Olympic Champion Dorian Van Rijsselberge NED is on the 3rd place. Pedro Pascual USA is on 51st, Ignacio Berenguer MEX on 87th. --- In the RS:X women, Charline Picon FRA had a mediocre day and dropped on rank 3. Yunxiu Lu CHN is the new leader with a 5 point lead on Maia Dziarnowska POL. Farrah Hall USA is 50th, Mariana Aguilar MEX 63rd and Cristina Oritz Vivas MEX 66th. --- In the Youth boys' fleet, Fabien Pianazza FRA is still on first, but his advanted on Nicola Tenna ITA, winner of all heats yesterday, melted on one point. Vardimon Tomer ISR follows on rank 3. Alexanader Temko USA is 62nd. The new leader in the girls is Naama Gazit ISR just one point ahead of the trio Natasa Lappa CYP, Linoi Geva ISR and Héloise Macquaert FRA. --- Three races were completed split in Gold- and Silverfleets in a good seabreeze of 12 to 15kn having filled in after some delays in the morning.
All ranking lists and the daily news.
Wind- & Kitesurfing – Thursday, April 11, 2019
Thursday, April 11, 2019   

RS:X-Windsurfer - European & European Youth Championship 2019 - El Arenal ESP - Day 2, NorAms down in the fleets

Louis Giard FRA is the new leader in the RS:X men windsurfers 5 points ahead of Pierre Le Coq FRA. Kiran Badloe NED is on 3rd. Pedro Pascual USA on 50th is qualified for the Goldfleet, Ignacio Berenguer MEX on 74th continues the Championship in the Silverfleet. --- In the Women's, the Olympic Champion Charline Picon FRA moved on top ahead of Drihan ISR and Yue Tan CHN on the ranks 2 and 3. Farrah Hall USA is 63rd. ---
In the RS:X Youth, the Israeli keep on dominating. In the Boys, Vardimon Tomer ISR is in front of a quartet with Quartett Liam Segev ISR, Yun Pouliquen FRA, Fabien Pianazza FRA and Roi Hillel ISR at equal points. Alexander Temko USA is 62nd. --- In Girls, Natasa Lappa CYP is now first followed by Maya Nadler ISR and Naama Gazit ISR. --- Light winds prevailed keeping the fleets waiting on the water during long periods. Nevertheless, men and women fleets could complete 2, youth fleets 3 races. --- All ranking lists and the daily news.
Wind- & Kitesurfing – Wednesday, April 10, 2019
Wednesday, April 10, 2019   

RS:X-Windsurfer - European & European Youth Championship 2019 - El Arenal ESP - Day 1, slow start of the NorAm participants

Daniele Benedetti ITA has taken the lead at the RS:X Men Windsurfer European Championship winning two of the three races of his group. Luca di Tomassi ITA follows on rank 2, Clément Bourgeois FRA is 3rd. The North Americans had a bad first day with Ignacio Berenguer MEX on 60th and Pedro Pascual Suitt USA on 64th among the 101 participants. --- In the RS:X Women, Yunxiu Lu CHN is on top ahead of Charline Picon FRA and Maia Dziarnowska POL. Farrah Hall USA is 54th among the 75 participants. --- In the Youth categories, the Israeli are on the first positions. Vardimon Tomer ISR leads in the Boys with 3 bullets ahead of Liam Segev ISR and Fabien Pianazza FRA. Alexalnder Temko USA is 55 among the 110 participants. --- In the Girls, Naama Gazit ISR and Heloise Macquaert FRA share the lead. Natasa Lappa CYP follows one points behind on 3rd. --- The winds were unconstant and difficult to read during the three races by class held on Palma Bay. --- All ranking lists and the daily news.
Wind- & Kitesurfing – Sunday, April 7, 2019
Sunday, April 7, 2019   

Olympic Classes - Trofeo Princesa Sofia - Palma ESP - US Sailing Team = Gold Laser Standard, Bronze Laser Radial and RS:X Men Windsurfer

 Olympic Classes - Trofeo Princesa Sofia - Palma ESP - US Sailing Team = Gold Laser Standard, Bronze Laser Radial and RS:X Men Windsurfer Excellent performance of the US Sailing Team winning Gold in the Lasers Standard with Christopher Barnard (Newport Harbour YC) and twice Bronze with Erika Reineke (Lauderdale YC) in the Lasers Radial and Pedro Pascal Suitt USA in the RS:X Windsurfers. --- The USA Laser sailors defended their 1st and 5th places successfully in the Saturday Medal Races. Finishing 6th was good enough for Christopher Barnard (Newport Harbour YC) to stay on the sensational first position in the Lasers Standard. Charlie Buckingham (Newport Harbour YC), rank 5 in the last race, remained on rank 5 with an 8-point backlog on Bronze. --- In the Lasers Radial, Erika Reineke (Lauderdale YC) controlled her immediate opponent Tuula Tenkanen FIN, finishing on the ranks 6 and 7, but it was the Olympic Champion Marit Bouwmeester NED winning the race who jumped on rank 2 overall, relegating Reineke on 3rd. Paige Railey (St-Francis YC) finished on 4th and moved one up on the 6th place overall. --- Unexpected was the excellent 2nd race rank of Pedro Pascal Suitt USA in the RS:X men windsurfers who brought him up as 3rd on the podium. --- The Medal Race day looked set to require at best a wait, at worst …well, have racing cancelled. Winds over 25kts, gusting nearly to 30kts, as well as big seas with breaking waves at the entrance to the Arenal Marina provoked numerous postponements. Finally, the Medal Races could be sailed in the "traditional" boats, while the not-so-sea-worthy "high-performance" classes - 49ers and Nacras - were kept ashore, and the rankings after the Final Series became firm. --- Check out the results of ALL North American participants (CAN, MEX, PUR, USA) here (PDF). --- All ranking lists and the official daily news.
Sunday, April 7, 2019   

Olympic Classes - Trofeo Princesa Sofia - Palma ESP - the final overview by event

Much action yesterday, the final day of the Trofeo Princesa Sofia, in the Medal Races sailed in a fresh 20 to 25kn wind. The races for the Nacras 17, 49ers and 49ersFX and 49ers were called off due to strong winds and big seas, while the Finns, Lasers, 470s and RS:X classes completed spectacular Medal races. --- The high-performance classes were therefore ranked according to the Final Series fleetraces with Dylan Fletcher/Stuart Bithell GBR on 1st in the 49ers, Martine Grael/Kahena Kunze BRA, back from the Volvo Ocean Race, again on top of the 49ersFX and Jason Waterhouse/Lisa Darmanin AUS for once ahed of the Italians in the Nacra 17. --- In the 470 men, Anton Dahlberg/Frederik Bergström SWE were also the clear winners of the Medal Race and celebrated a dominating victory ahead of Xammar/Rodriguez ESP and Patience/Grube GBR. Same situation in the 470 women, where the leading Hannah Mills/Eilidh McIntyre GBR finished on top of the Medal Race as well. Lecointre/Retornaz FRA and Mrak/Macarol SLO completed the podium. --- Andrew Maloney NZL defended his lead in the Finns, but the winner of the day, Giles Scott GBR, reduced the backlog to 2 points only. Josh Junior NZL remained on 3rd. --- In the RS:X men windsurfers, Michael Cheng HKG finished first ahead of Hao Chen CHN. Pedro Pascual Suitt USA moved up on rank 3. In the RS:X women , Yue Tan CHN took the title followed by Hei Man Chan HKG and Laerke Buhl-Hansen DEN. --- In the Lasers Standard, Christopher Barnard USA defended his lead ahead of Eliot Hanson GBR, new on second, winning the Medal Race, with a 2-point backlog on the American. The Olympic medalist Nick Thompson GBR followed on 3rd. In the Lasers Radial, Anne-Marie Rindom DEN repeated her last-year victory ahead of the Olympic Champion Marit Bouwmeester NED new on 2nd, only 2 points back after winning the Medal Race. Erika Reineke USA finished on rank 3 overall. --- All ranking lists and the final report.
Wind- & Kitesurfing – Saturday, April 6, 2019
Saturday, April 6, 2019   (Image © Sailing Energy)

Olympic Classes - Trofeo Princesa Sofia - Palma ESP - Day 5 - the overview by event

The favorable sailing conditions on Palma Bay permitted to terminate the Final Series with another two or three races per class yesterday with the 10 best qualified for the Medal Races today. In three of the ten events, the winners are already known.
Anton Dahlberg/Frederik Bergström SWE have 25-point advantage in the 470 men and cannot be overtaken. The ranks 2 (Patience/Grube GBR) to 5 (Belcher/Ryan AUS) however are separated by 10 points only.
In the 49ers , Dylan Fletcher/Stuart Bithell GBR are the premature winners with a 24-point lead over Botin/Rodriguez ESP on a safe 2nd place 10 points in front of a closely packed group fighting for Bronze.
Yue Tan CHN is the winner in the RS:X women windsurfers , and Hei Man Chan HKG has the Silver Medal on the table. Lärke Buhl-Hansen DEN follows on 3rd.
Almost thru are Hanna Mills/Eilidh McIntyre GBR in the 470 women as they start to the Medal Race with a 13-point lead on Lecointre/Retornaz FRA on 2nd, who are 5 points in front of Mrak/Macarol SLO on 3rd.
Another safe leader are Martine Grael/Kahena Kunze BRA in the 49ersFX 17 points ahead of Maloney/Meech NZL and a point behind Dobson/Tidey GBR, duelling for Silver and Bronze.
In the Finns , Andrew Maloney NZL and Giles Scott GBR 6 points back will fight for the title. Josh Junior NZL on rank 3 has a big advance on the rest of the fleet.
In the Nacras 17, the leading Jason Waterhouse/Lisa Darmanin AUS are clearly on top 14 points ahead of Bisarro/Frascari ITA, closely followed by Gimson/Burnett GBR one point back on 3rd.
The RS:X men windsurfers Michael Cheng HKG and 3 points behind Hao Chen CHN will duel for Gold today. Mateo Sanz-Lanz SUI is on a safe 3rd place.
The Laser Final Series were concluded yesterday with two more races sailed in a 12-14kn breeze to select the 10 best for today's Medal Races.
In the Lasers Standard, Chris Barnard USA starts to the last race today with a 12-point lead on Eliot Hanson GBR on 2nd, who has an 8 points' advance on Nick Thompson GBR. The ranks 3 to 7 are separated by 3 points only. Not qualified are among others Robert Scheidt BRA (rank 12), Tonci Stipanovic CRO (rank 15) and the World Champion Pavlos Kontides CYP (rank 25).
The previously big advantage of Anne-Marie Rindom DEN in the Lasers Radial has melted on 4 points. Erika Reineke USA is up on rank 2 followed by Tuula Tenkanen FIN 2 points back. Another 2 points behind is Marit Bouwmeester NED as a hot candidate for a Medal.

All ranking lists, the results of the northamericans (PDF) and the official daily news.
Saturday, April 6, 2019   (Image © Sailing Energy)

Olympic Classes - Trofeo Princesa Sofia - Palma ESP - Day 5 - US Sailing Team Medal Race in the Lasers Standard and Radials and the RS:X men windsurfer

 Olympic Classes - Trofeo Princesa Sofia - Palma ESP - Day 5 - US Sailing Team Medal Race in the Lasers Standard and Radials and the RS:X men windsurfer Qualified for the Medal Races of today Saturday are: Barnard and Buckingham (Laser Standard), Reineke and Railey (Laser Radial) and Suitt (RS:X Windsurfers). The Final Series of the Trofeo Princesa Sofia were concluded yesterday.

The USA Laser sailors delivered the best performance ever in a top international regatta with Christopher Barnard (Newport Harbour YC) as brilliant leader in the Lasers Standard with a 12-point advantage on rank 2 before the Medal Race. Not far behind follows Charlie Buckingham (Newport Harbour YC) on 5th only 2 points behind the podium.
In the Lasers Radial, Erika Reineke (Lauderdale YC) advanced on rank 2 only 4 points behind the leader and this before the crucial double-point-no-discard Medal Race. Paige Railey (St-Francis YC) is up on rank 7.
Pedro Pascal Suitt USA finished twice on 6th yesterday in the RS:X men windsurfers, and jumped onto the 5th place.

Some other hopefuls did not make it on the final day and terminated the competition yesterday. In the 49ers, Andrew Mollerus/Ian MacDiarmid USA had their worst day (24/15/21) and dropped from 8th to 17th. Paris Henken/Anna Tunnicliffe Tobias USA did not succeed to improve their 11th place in the 49erFX (day ranks 13/16/19) and finished on rank 13 overall. Riley Gibbs/Anna Weis USA starting the day as 12th in the Nacra-17 had all chances to make the cut, finishing 2nd and 3rd yesterday, but a rank 24 downer in the second-last race destroyed all hopes. 12th overall, mere 3 points behind rank 10 is the final outcome. Farrah Hall (St-Francis YC) dropped out of the RS:X women top-10 on Thursday after the second premature start disqualification and terminated the Trofeo on rank 12.

Today Saturday, the Medal Races will be sailed with two US hot contenders for Gold.

Check the results of ALL North American participants (CAN, MEX, PUR, USA) here (PDF).

All ranking lists and the official daily news.
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