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2013 i14 Worlds - Lengthy delay on final day

by I14 Worlds on 22 Sep 2013
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2013 i14 Worlds - After a lengthy delay on shore, the fleet finally got out on the water for a final race. The breeze filled in to eight knots out of the SW. Rain and fog did not deter racing on this cold afternoon. After two days of no sailing, it was nice to get a fifth race in. Competitors can now drop their worst standing with a total of five races to complete the series.

In the end GBR 1519 took first yet again, clearly making them the regatta champions. Well done by all racers, certainly an exciting race to watch.


From all of us here in Toronto, safe travels back home and thanks for coming out to the 2013 I14 World Championships. We look forward to seeing everyone at the 2015 Worlds in Geelong!

2013 i14 Worlds Toronto results - race five
1st: GBR1519 - Archie Massey and Dan Wilsdon - Club: Itchenor
2nd: GBR 1530 - Andy FitzGerald and Richard Dobson - Club: Itchenor SC
3rd: GBR 1549 - Andy and Tom Partington - Hayling Island SC
4th: GBR 1543 - Sam Pascoe and Alex Knight - Castle Cove Sailing Club
5th: GBR 1544 - Douglas Pattison and Mark Tait - Club: Itchenor

For full results of today's final race (five) please visit: i14 Worlds website.

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