The overnight leaders were Ross MCDONALD and Mike WOLFS from Canada who scored a fourth and a second on day one and sit three points ahead of Hagen and Wolfram who are second. Mark NEELEMAN and Peter VAN NIEKERK (DEN) are third.
For the Italian crews this event is their final change to gain their nations slot at the Olympic Regatta. After day one Francesco BRUNI & Guido Antar VIGNA are tied on equal points with Enrico CHIEFFI and Daniele BRESCIANO with the other teams snapping at their heels close behind.
Race three got underway this morning at 12.15 local time but not before a number of competitors received a black flag and the Dutch boat of Peter Von Veen was forced to retire after breaking his mast.
A total of six races are scheduled for the championship which concludes on Wednesday.
Results After Two Races
|1||CAN||Ross MCDONALD/Mike WOLFS||4||2||6|
|2||GER||Alexandre HAGEN/Jochen WOLFRAM||8||1||9|
|3||NED||Mark NEELEMAN/Peter VAN NIEKERK||3||6||9|
|4||SWE||Frederik LÖÖF/Anders EKSTROM||1||12||13|
|5||FRA||Xavier ROHART/Pascal RAMBEAU||9||4||13|
|6||NED||Serge KATS/Jean Pierre MARTENS||15||3||18|
|7||NED||Roy HEINER/Alex BREUSEHER||5||13||18|
|8||AUS||Colin BEASHEL/David GILES||20||5||25|
|9||DEN||Nicklas HOLM/Claus OLESEN||2||24||26|
|10||ESP||Roberto BERMUDEZ/Pablo ARRARTE||19||7||26|