On the second day of racing, the "Ora" blew weakly, allowing just one single race for the Under-15 and Under-17 female fleets, and the Techno Plus. The U15 and U17 boys did not finish any valid race.
In the Under 17's women the Israelis rule, with the first place of Shoval Ravitzky (Eilat Sailing Club) (2,3,3) followed by team mate Noy Drihan (1,4,4). Third place is held by French Lucie Pianazza, and fourth for the Russian Mariam Sekhposyan.
In the Under 15 women, the Italian Giorgia Speciale (Stamura-Ancona), u15 Girls Champion at the 2013 Techno 293 Worlds in Poland, continues her winning streak. Another first place keeps her at the top of the ranking. In second place is the Polish Lidia Sulikowska (3,3,2), followed by the Greek athlete Natalia Arapoglu. A good performance from Alessandra Papitto ( Lega Navale Ostia), sees her fourth in the ranking (2,4,5,).
Regarding Techno 293 Plus, the ranking leader is the French athlete Julien Bouyer, followed by his compatriot Olivier Tuhault, third place for Tommaso Tensi (Lega Navale Ostia).
Three races are on the program for all divisions on Thursday 24 April. The Race Committee has announced the first possible warning signal for boys u17 (both groups - yellow and blue) at 08:00 local time, with the first possible warning signal for girls u17 at 09:30, to race with the "Peler". The first possible start for u15 boys and /girl) & T293 Plus stays at 12:00 - no change, as the wind is expected to change to "Ora" - the usual afternoon south wind.
Under 15 Girls
Under 17 Girls
Techno 293 Plus