On day two Paco scored another two bullets in a building breeze The first race of the day got under way just before 1130hrs (local time) in 8 to 10 knots of wind and bright sunshine. Paco WIRZ (ITA), barring some unforeseen natural disaster will definitely be standing on the top step of the podium next Saturday night. Perhaps its time for a few more Olympians like Mike GEBHARDT and Bruce KENDALL to come and join us if only to give Paco a good race !
Back in the pack where the mere mortals can be found, Paul LEONE (GBR) put in a first and a 13 yesterday. Having taken his first discard, he retains second place overall. Jean ASIA (FRA) had a good day scoring a second and a fifth to take third overall after discarding his first race ninth place. Jean is also the first Grand Master, well ahead of his countryman Pierre BECK (FRA).
Top Ten Results After 4 Races