A-Cat Worlds: Aussies hold top three overall after Day 1

A-class catamaran World Championships, Day 1, Takapuna February 11, 2014

Conditions for the first day of racing in the 2014 A Class Catamaran World Championships were a little on the light side, with around 6- 10 knots of wind.

Seven times A Class World champion Glenn Ashby (AUS) had a great day ‘in his office’ with a first and a second and showing up many of the younger champions in the fleet was Scott Anderson (AUS) who’s second on the leader board with a second and a fifth places. Andrew Landenberger ( AUS) is third with an eighth and fourth places.

Australia had a great day overall as half of the top 20 are Aussies! Aussie, Aussie, Aussie, Oi Oi Oi !!

Glenn Ashby (AUS) A-class catamaran World Championships, Day 1, Takapuna February 11, 2014

Steven Brewin (AUS) A-class catamaran World Championships, Day 1, Takapuna February 11, 2014

Scott Anderson (AUS) A-class catamaran World Championships, Day 1, Takapuna February 11, 2014

Andrew Landenberger (AUS) A-class catamaran World Championships, Day 1, Takapuna February 11, 2014

A-class catamaran World Championships, Day 1, Takapuna February 11, 2014

Start of Race 2 - A-class catamaran World Championships, Day 1, Takapuna February 11, 2014

Race 1, Leg 2 - A-class catamaran World Championships, Day 1, Takapuna February 11, 2014

Glenn Ashby (AUS) A-class catamaran World Championships, Day 1, Takapuna February 11, 2014

Scott Anderson ((AUS) A-class catamaran World Championships, Day 1, Takapuna February 11, 2014

Mark 1, Race 1 -A-class catamaran World Championships, Day 1, Takapuna February 11, 2014

Nathan Outteridge (AUS) A-class catamaran World Championships, Day 1, Takapuna February 11, 2014

Nathan Outteridge (AUS) A-class catamaran World Championships, Day 1, Takapuna February 11, 2014
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