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Albacore Internationals at Shelburne Harbour Yacht Club, Nova Scotia - Day 2

by Pauline Rook 26 Aug 14:32 PDT 24-30 August 2019

The second three race day dawned grey and cloudy but the breeze built and the first two races were windward leeward.

Race 4 of the championships was dominated by Canadians with the wonderfully named Darren Monster taking the win.

Race 5 was extremely tricky with the wind shifting from the North East. Barney Harris got the measure of it and took a fine win followed by Canadian Raines Kobi and the first Brits of the day to get a top three score were Tom and Ross Lonsdale.

Reaches were thankfully set for the final race and the Albacores revelled in it!

Results so far can be found here.

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