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Laser European Championship at Porto, Portugal - Day 2

by Teresa Marques 22 May 00:55 PDT 20-25 May 2019

The second day of competition was marked by the arrival of the north wind, so characteristic of the area where until next Saturday, the European Championships of Laser class will be held.

With two more races held, the highlights of the day go to the sailors who took the lead in the overall classification in every category.

In the Laser Standard Open category, Australian Luke Elliott took the first place with 15 points. German sailor Philipp Buhl dropped 3 positions in Laser Standard European, giving the first place to Karl Tapper from Finland.

In the Women's Laser Radial category, Anne-Marie Rindom of Denmark leads the overall standings with 7 points.

In the Laser Radial Open category, Polish Aleksander Arian took the lead that yesterday belonged to CIMAV sailor, Martim Fernandes, from Portugal.

323 sailors, representing 55 countries, are registered in the Laser European Championship Porto 2019. The organization is in charge of BBDouro and Douro Marina, with support of the municipalities of Matosinhos, Porto and Vila Nova de Gaia.

On Wednesday two more races are planned, starting at 12:00, on the Atlantic front of the beaches of Matosinhos, Porto and Vila Nova de Gaia.

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