ISAF Worlds Day 3

No racing on Day 2 of the World Championships with over 5 hours of waiting on the water for wind. Today, we had an earlier start time of 11 am. We waited on land for about an hour and then a nice breeze filled in.  We raced in offshore conditions right under a cliff. It was tricky racing, but we sailed well scoring a 2 and a 3. Our downwind speed was again very helpful. We had some challenging moments today, but when some of the little things started going wrong, we made good decisions.  It was the first time this season, we felt that we were able to sail maturely even when things didn’t appear to be going our way.  That was a big turning point for us!  Two races scheduled for Gold fleet at 3pm tomorrow.

We would like to thank the sponsors and supporters of the US Sailing Team Sperry Top-Sider especially our title sponsor Sperry Top-Sider.