1 August - Morning Report
Trinidad and Tobago's Andrew Lewis
London 2012 Olympic Sailing Competition
Weymouth and Portland, Great Britain
Gusts in excess of 25 knots are expected today in Weymouth and Portland with the Men's and Women's RS:X, Women's Match Racing, 49er, Laser and Radials hitting the water to continue racing.
The Women's Match Racing competition has seen Olivia Price (AUS) take a strong lead at the top of the round robin. If she has another undefeated day and results go her way she can book her place in the quarter finals. Racing begins at 14:00 on the Nothe Course.
With the Finns and Stars on a lay day all eyes will be on the Laser Radial to see whether Annalise Murphy (IRL) can make it five race wins in a row. The Irish sailor has relished the big wind conditions and with similar breeze on the cards she'll feel at home. The Radials begin at 12:00 local time on Weymouth Bay West.
Pavlos Kontides (CYP) showed the Laser fleet that if you're going to beat Tom Slingsby (AUS) you need to win races. He did exactly that yesterday with two race wins and will go again after the Radials at 12:10.
Dorian Van Rijsselberge (NED) came out flying in the Men's RS:X with two big wins whilst Marina Alabau (ESP) leads the Women's fleet. The Men sail on the Nothe at 12:00 local time whilst the women go at 14:00.
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