Day three of the Youth and Masters Worlds in Monfalcone dawned bright and sunny . . . and calm. However, the breeze kicked in during the afternoon enabling two races to be run, albeit in marginal planing conditions.[more]
Pawel Gardasiewicz (POL-102) continued his domination of this light wind racing with two more bullets and Czech Radim Kamensky took second place in each. German Grandmaster Frank Spoettel took two thirds, bringing him up to fourth place on the leaderboard. Paco Wirz, third yesterday, had to make do with two fourths but maintains his third place overall.
Likewise in the youth fleet, Giuseppe Zeriolo (ITA-312) also took two bullets today. However, there was a little more competition between Daniel Blinnikka from Finland and Marcos Guidez from France who took a second and third each. Their positions remain the same as yesterday on the leaderboard.
Even if the wind is reluctant to join the party, the hospitality at Windsurf Marina Julia is second to none and competitors and friends are certainly enjoying the atmosphere.