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6 February 2013, 11:02 am
Optimal Conditions For Nacra Infusion Worlds
Holding it up
Holding it up

Nacra Infusion World Championship
Queensland, Australia

The fourth day of the of the Fastaway Couriers 2013 Nacra Infusion World Championship, proved to be post card sailing day for the 21-boats
Principal Race officer Phil Collier was able to get away four races to make up for those lost due to windy conditions on the second and third days. Conditions of between 12 to 18 knots gave the competitors great rides and close sailing.

The first race of the day was taken by Adam Beattie and Jamie Leitner (AUS) with Warren Guinea and Aaron Linton (AUS) second and Mick Guinea and Viv Haydon (AUS) third. The second race of the day saw Beattie and Leitner again victorious from Guinea and Haydon then Dale Mitchell and Marty Webb (AUS).

The third race of the day saw Guinea and Linton take the win from Beattie and Leitner while Guinea/Haydon finished third. The final race of the day was taken by Guinea and Haydon with Mitchell and Webb second and John Wright and oel Turner third.

Overall Guinea and Haydon lead Beattie and Leitner by 0.6 points. Guinea and Linton are 11.4 points behind in third. Racing continues tomorrow and concludes on Friday.

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