Rainy winds at Enoshima Olympic Week:
Fujisawa, Japan (October 28, 2017) – It may have been the second day at Enoshima Olympic Week 2017, but for the competitors learning about the venue for the 2020 Olympics, they were reminded how time is always the enemy. With 1,000 days from today to the Opening for the Tokyo 2020, the clock is always ticking.
Despite the rain, it was a good day with the wind around 15kt from 0-20 degrees. Outside at Area A is more right from 30 degrees, and gusting 20kt. 49er and FX had 4 races, and the…
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Marcus Eagan wins Viper 640 North Americans:
Fort Walton Beach, FL (October 28, 2017) – Marcus Eagan, sailing with Jackson Benvenutti and Andrew Eagan, closed out the final day of the Viper 640 North Americans to take the title. Entering the day in second, eight points behind Thomas Loutrel, Eagan’s team sailed steady with a 4-4 while Loutrel stumbled with a 9-13/ZFP, slipping to third. Brad Boston stepped up from third to second overall. Dave Nickerson, Moise Solomon, and Scott Leming won the 26-boat Corinthian title. Details.
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