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12th Yisunsin Cup International Yacht Race in South Korea - Day 2

by ICARUS Sports 10 Nov 09:01 PST 9-11 November 2018
Day 2 at the 12th Yisunsin Cup International Yacht Race © ICARUS Sports

The second day of the Yisunsin Cup started with great expectations. Clear blue skies found the teams at the dock ready to hit the water for today's in-shore races. Wind speeds were set at 4-5 knots and the boats had some close battles at the start of the race.

However, shortly after the wind dropped completely and the boats were not able to reach the first mark rounding. After several hours waiting for the wind to make its presence shown, the race committee decided to abandon the race for today leaving the results same as yesterday.

The forecast looks promising for tomorrow, so stay tuned as we head to the final day of the Cup where this year's winner will be crowned.

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