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6 September 2012, 09:44 am
Morning Report - 6 September
Day for the sunnies
Day for the sunnies

London 2012 Paralympic Sailing Competition
Weymouth and Portland, Great Britain

Sailors may be left frustrated on the final day of the Paralympic Sailing Competition with just a 10% chance of a light sea breeze blowing for at least two hours.
A light south south easterly breeze will settle in by mid-morning with a sea breeze of 6 knots or less trying to build afterwards.

No races will start after 13:50 and with racing looking unlikely at the moment it will mean the leader board in the three events will remain the same.

View a full weather report here.

This would hand Helena Lucas (GBR) gold in the 2.4mR after her rivals failed to capitalise on one of her poorer days yesterday. If racing does get underway she will no doubt relish the light breeze and can afford to finish as low as ninth to take gold.

The SKUD18 and Sonar golds were settled on the race track yesterday with Dan Fitzgibbon and Liesl Tesch (AUS) taking the SKUD18 gold and Udo Hessels, Marcel van de Veen and Mischa Rossen (NED) taking the Sonar with an unassailable 20 point lead.

Stay up-to-date with the Paralympic Sailing action via the IFDS Twitter account - @IFDS_updates with all the latest news as it happens pouring in.

Results with mark roundings after each race will be available to view in the results section here.

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