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RS Feva World Championship 2018 presented by PA Consulting and Allen Sailing - Day 2

by Lucy Jameson 6 Apr 2018 05:46 PDT 1-8 April 2018

As 102 excited sailors arrived at Clearwater Community Sailing Centre there was a buzz in the air due to the breezy conditions. With a good 15 knots blowing through the boat park the sailors were all very keen to hit the race course.

Once the sailors and coaches had received the dinghy brief (with the usual content around kill chords) all the sailors were pumped to get on the water.

After a short delay the sailors were released from the beach. The Race Committee had selected race area 'A', which meant a long sail / tow to get out into the Gulf of Mexico. The sailors arrived at the race area in light winds as the mornings initial breezy conditions faded away.

Race four (first of the day) started in light, tricky conditions but GBR7064 (Tom Story and Rupert Jameson) had very little issue in leading the fleet to the windward mark with a significate lead and then on to the finish. CZE6965 Jakub and Veronika were second with the Canadian team CAN7036, making a surprize appearance in the top 10 with a third. After the disappointment of day one, Tom and Rupert had made a clear statement to the fleet that they were still in the hunt for the world title.

As the wind began to build during race five USA6851, Dieter and Conrad got back on form with another outstanding bullet, this result will leave them first overall with GBR7064 in second and third was GBR7063, Ben and Abi.

Race six and seven were raced in slightly more breeze as the Gulf of Mexico came to life to provide champagne conditions. 12-15 knots with the slow rolling waves made for perfect racing conditions, GBR7063-Ben and Abi completely embraced the fresh conditions with two bullets. In race six, GBR6985 William and Becky Caiger sailed very well to finish second, just in front of GBR7064 Tom and Rupert. In the last race of the day (race seven) USA6851 Dieter and Conrad, returned to the front of the fleet with a second closely following by GBR7064 Tom and Rupert.

As the boats reached back into the beach, many of sailors were guided home by the dolphins that came out to play. Clearwater and the race team had delivered another spectacular day of racing.

Results after Day 2:

PosNatSail NoHelm NameCrew NameR1R2R3R4R5R6R7Pts
1stUSA6851Dieter CreitzConrad Miller311-12111219
2ndGBR7063Ben Hutton-PenmanAbi Jayasekara-1152931121
3rdGBR7064Tom StoreyRupert Jameson510(DSQ)123324
4thGBR6985William CaigerBecky Caiger-1334742424
5thCZE6965Jakub DobryVeronika Cibulkova1232(OCS)13829
6thNED7026Robbert HuismanGijs Zuidema129(BFD)10914963
7thAUT7031Johanna BöcklBenjamin Kogard417-2419581669
8thNED7028Femme RijkSilke Zuidema811782119-4274
9thCHN6970OUYNAG HUIYUNOUYANG HUIXIN7145171321-3377
10thUSA6787Adrian WinklemanRy Menke1618(BFD)20751379
11thGBR6966Ben MillardTommy Millard188102711-291185
12thCHN6983MA YUKNIU SHIYIN14126-2415202188
13thGBR7038Joshua DaviesFreddie Ellis156(BFD)OCS84792
14thGBR7042Oliver BunceArchie Baker20191118186-2792
15thCZE6963Frantisek VitakVojtech Cibulka3124(BFD)51418597
16thCHN6967FENG ZITENGDING ZHAOHUI6-3082326151997
17thCZE6968Petr TupýDan Višcor2226(BFD)616121597
18thCZE6962Anna JustováNela Višcorová-24231314191617102
19thCAN7036Phillip RojkovTom Sluyter3416(BFD)327176103
20thGBR7030Annie HammettEmma Wells26(BFD)BFD46910107
21stSUI7068Verhoest BrentVerhoest Robbe927(BFD)22282612124
22ndCHN6981ZHANG FEIERMENG YANG-44322113103026132
23rdNED7040Abel JansenEmma Jansen1915(BFD)25302720136
24thCHN6964ZHANG JENNIFER DINGJIECHEN XINYI29319262023-32138
25thITA6657Jordi RodriguezTommaso Acerbis1013(BFD)21233835140
26thGBR7061Isabel LeetchJames Mansfield3322(BFD)11123330141
27thGBR6974Joe SlipperTea Sirolla24(BFD)16OCS3539148
28thNED7034Imme RijkItte Klimp27291232(OCS)2228150
29thCHN6975OUYANG YIMINGHAI LAN217(BFD)31OCS2518154
30thGBR7062Libby PetitIssy Heller-Janes2320(BFD)39242425155
31stUSA6754Preston WeaverPeyton Weaver1737153334-4023159
32ndGBR7025Tess SadowskiFrances Daubeny28251429(OCS)3134161
33rdNED7033Hanna RijkBente Zuidema3221(BFD)38OCS1014167
34thNOR7041Filippa Blakstad NilssonAugust Wergeland41-431730322824172
35thUSA6727Eli SolnickMelissa Solnick4247(BFD)3417731178
36thCAN6769Zavary KoehnHenry Blue3834(BFD)15253436182
37thGBR7029Alice LucyAlex Brown(RET)421836383222188
38thCAN7066Tomas HarmerBen Maga-40351640333738199
39thAUS6979Rohan StannageStella Hurley2528(BFD)28354443203
40thNED7037Jella-Rike SpijkervetElze-Mieke Reitsma3936(BFD)OCS224129219
41stGBR7043Jude SolomonsFred Gwinnett3633(BFD)41294340222
42ndGBR7027Sian NutterKata Kemp3538(BFD)42363637224
43rdUSA7035Ava HurwitzWendi Froelich3041(BFD)373139RET230
44thUSA6785Tanner DeMarzoCallen Barnett3745194442-4944231
45thGBR7069Tasha DambacherOlivia Scott-Smith-45442243374545236
46thUSA6655Sophia NyborgAmanda Campbell-49482045404748248
47thCAN7039Nixon FrancisCarter Chartier48(BFD)2348414847255
48thUSA7032Catherine FroelichFiona Froelich4639(BFD)35OCS4241255
49thCAN7065Isaac MitchellGraham Maude4340(BFD)46394649263
50thCAN7044Ruby FarrSofia McDonnell(RET)RETDNC47DNFRET46301
51stUSA6488Jack EmersonKyle Bisceglia4746(BFD)DNSRETRETDNS301

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