Wind Finally Plays Ball at I-420 Worlds:
San Remo, Italy (July 19, 2016) – After yesterday’s “no-race” day due to lack of wind at the I-420 World Championship, it took a 4+ hour postponement today before the breeze finally played ball and served up three races for each of the 420 Open, Ladies and U17 fleets. Top North American is Wiley Rogers/ Jack Parkin (USA) in sixth place in the Open fleet with a 2-24-1. Full report.
Full Article: Scuttlebutt Sailing News – Wind Finally Plays Ball at I-420 Worlds, Editor
Slow Day at ORC World Championship:
Copenhagen, Denmark (July 19, 2016) – High pressure today brought sunny summer weather to the ORC World Championship 2016, but also some long delays awaiting a fitful seabreeze to fill enough to hold one windward-leeward race in the afternoon. This was the fourth and final inshore race to the Qualifying Series in Classes A and B to determine the cut for the Gold Fleet – one more offshore race will determine who will be in the top half of each class and be eligible to race for these two World Champion crowns. Full report.
Full Article: Scuttlebutt Sailing News – Slow Day at ORC World Championship, Editor