Challenging Conditions Continue at Sail Canada Youth Champs at CORK International

Challenging Conditions Continue at Sail Canada Youth Champs at CORK International

Wednesday, August 12, 2015 – Kingston, ON

Day 3 started off with more light wind from the northwest, building slightly as the day continued. Racing was done in 6 - 10 knots, with shifty winds and changing conditions.

There was no change to Laser fleet leader board today with Forrest Waccholz (ON) in 1st, followed closely by teammate Braden Garvey (ON) and Conrad Vandlik (USA) in 2nd and 3rd place respectively. In the 4.7 fleet Henryk Luczynski (ON) leads, followed by Benjamin Derbyshire (BAH) in 2nd and Johnny Walton (USA) in 3rd.
 
In the Radial fleet Conor Nicholas (AUS) retook his first place standing from day 1 securing a bullet in race 2 of the day. Francisco Guaragna (ARG) moved into 2nd place and Matti Muru (ON) sits in 3rd. Muru is still top Canadian Radial boat.

In the 420, Arie Moffat & Pat Wilson (ON) continue to lead going into the last day of the championship series, followed by Terra Lanteigne & Georgia Lewin-LaFrance (NS) in 2nd and Gray Snyder & Jack Porter (ON) in 3rd.In skiff action Eric Lyall & Andrew Moreno (BC) continue to sit in 1st for the 29er fleet, while teammates Freja & Astrid Frykman (BC) are 2nd and Cameron Shaw & Henry Lockyer (NS/ON) are 3rd.
 
RS:X sailor Ignacio Berenguer (MEX) moves into 1st in the North American Championship, followed by Gabriel Verrier Paquette (CAN) in 2nd and Raul Lopez (USA) in 3rd. Cristina Oritz Vivas (MEX) leads the female RS:X fleet, with Laurence Bonneau-Charland (CAN) in 2nd and Nicole Level (MEX) in 3rd. The Youth leader in the RS:X is Juan Varela (MEX) in 1st, Mack Van den Eerenbeemt in 2nd and Zane Feder (CAN(ON)) in 3rd. In the 293 fleet Geronimo Nores (USA) sits in 1st, followed by Mariana Aguilar (MEX) in 2nd and Anthony Swaelens (CAN(QC)) in 3rd.
 
Tomorrow is the last day racing with 3 races scheduled for all fleets, except for the 29ers with 4 races. Racing is set to start at 11:00 am. Prizing giving and closing ceremonies will be tomorrow after racing at Portsmouth Olympic Harbor.
 
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