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24 August 2004, 10:06 am
Six Races Completed
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Byte World Championship
Kingston, Ontario

When the athletes headed out yesterday morning it looked like it would blow stink at 22 knots. A front swept through to the South causing the winds to drop considerably during the first race.
Winds were shifty during the second race and did a 180 degree shift before they got off a third. All other classes called it a day and went ashore. The Race Committee on the Byte course came through in the clutch, reset the course, and got off a third race. With six races in the bag and one drop, the top three in the Gold Fleet remain the same: Issac BUSSIN, Calvin ZHI YANG LIM and Jake MUHLEMAN. Nicole BASTET moves into the top female position.

In the Silver Fleet - Archibald, Kestenbaum and Thomas occupy the top three spots. Nothing is wrapped so it will all come down to tomorrow…

Top Ten After Six Races

Pos Nation Helm R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 Pts
1 CAN BUSSIN Issac 1 1 1 3 1 35 7
2 SIN ZHI YANG LIM Calvin 2 2 5 1 4 1 10
3 USA MUHLEMAN Jake 4 3 2 8 22 8 25
4 CAN BASTET Nicole OCS 10 3 2 13 2 30
5 SIN KWONG MING Leong 6 5 26 13 2 11 37
6 CAN DALE Rob 5 18 4 17 7 7 40
7 CAN DUBE Danielle 18 19 6 6 8 4 42
8 SIN JING HUA CHAN Victoria 14 6 10 14 12 3 45
9 CAN BICKERTON Patrick 3 17 11 9 33 9 49
10 CAN CLUNIES, Gregory 36 7 14 10 14 6 51
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