News So Far On Saturday - Racing Day 5
2002 ISAF World Sailing Games
With the day dawning overcast, with light rain, and variable light wind, only the keelboat men and women got out on the water according to schedule.
The remaining events have been kept ashore as the Race Committee waits for the wind to settle, in order to set a fair course.
About one hour ago the double-handed men and women went out, and just now the single-handed men and women have been sent out to the course area, followed by the mulithull open and women.
Only the boards men and women remain ashore.
The forecast for the rest of the day is for the sun to reappear this afternoon, with the wind become stable from the west, increasing to 11-15 knots and possibly to 17 knots later in the day, before decreasing.