Light winds and fog continued to plague the Canadian Optimist Dinghy Championships at the Royal Nova Scotia Yacht Squadron yesterday but despite the less than ideal conditions, both the green and championship fleets completed races.
The green fleet, which includes the less experienced racers is sailing close to the club and managed to get five races off and the championship fleet managed two.
Leading the championship fleet is Julien FOUGERE (CAN) who finishd eighth in both races. Just one point back in second is Casper MACAULEY (CAN) who posted a first and a 16 to total 17 points. These two sailors have a substantial lead over third placed Thomas NICHOLSON (CAN) who has 32 points.
Alexander MUNN (CAN) leads the green fleet after six race after a dominant performance yesterday. Discarding a tenth on Sunday, MUNN took three bullets and two seconds yesterday to lead with seven points. In second place is Henry MACHUM (CAN) on 18 points, the only other sailor to win a race yesterday. Devan DUBE (CAN) is in third.
Top Ten Results (preliminary)
|Position||Fleet||Helm||Club||Race 1||Race 2||Points|
|5||Blue||J. Morgan MEGARRY||RHYC||26||7||33|