Tricky Conditions on Day Two of the Sail Canada Youth Championships at CORK International
Day two of racing started off wet and cloudy with winds filling in from the northwest. All fleets were launched and ready for the scheduled start time of
Today is the last day of qualifiers with the Radial and 420 fleets, they will now be split into championship fleets for the final two days of racing.
Leading the Laser fleet on day two is Forrest
Matti Muru (ON) took over the lead in the Radial fleet after three races today, Conor Nicholas (AUS) sits in 2nd and
In double-handed action, Arie Moffat & Pat Wilson (ON) continue to lead the 420 fleet into 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 sit in 1st for the 29er fleet with four wins in five races, while teammates Freja & Astrid Frykman (BC) are 2nd and Cameron Shaw & Henry Lockyer (NS/ON) are 3rd.
In skiff action Eric Lyall & Andrew Moreno (BC) continue to sit in 1st for the 29er fleet with four wins in five races, 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
Racing continues tomorrow with the 420 and Radial fleets starting their finals series with a scheduled 3 races. All other fleets will continue onto their 3rd day of racing.
Don’t miss Canadian Sailing Team Coach Mark Asquith’s debriefs every day after racing! This is a great opportunity for sailor and coach development.
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