First 3 on race 9 (ARG 8 / CAN 1 / CHI 1) - 18 to 20 knots.
First 3 on race 10 (ARG 8 / CHI 1 / CAN 1) - 17 to 18 knots.
Now RC has sent FE sailors back to the beach. This afternoon more 2 races for FE.
Now Technos, RSX and Raceboard classes called for their races (Grand Prix Argentino)
4 bullets for Mariano Reutemann (ARG-3) yesterday.
3 second places from Eduardo Herman (CHI-1) keeps him in contention for the title with 7 races to go . . .
Max Robinson (CAN-1) moves up to equal 3rd with 4 race results better than Adam Lozynski (POL-1) . . . but Adam holds the 3rd podium place on a tie break.
Race #4: First: Mariano ARG-8, second: CHI 1, third: ARG-11
Race #3: First: CHI 1, second: Mariano ARG-8, third: POL-1, on a 17 minutes races with Wind around 13knots. Sailors are coming to shore under AP
Race #2: Longer course but again the Wind increased to 14 to 16 knots. First, Mariano ARG8 ; second CHI 1; third POL 1
Race 1 - Wind increased to 12 knots after the starting procedure began, resulting in Mariano (Arg 8) winning in just 11 minutes. Second Adam (POL 1) and third Eduardo (Chile 1).
At 1040h, AP came down, We have Wind at about 8 to 10 knots.
Yesterday, early night, we got a mighty lighting storm followed, after 2300h, by torrential rain that last through about 0500h. Now, 0945h, no wind... But the sun is trying to get out.
No wind yesterday. RC started one race and abandoned it. Later in afternoon they tried once again but the wind dropped again.
16 racers from 7 countries and representing 3 continents
Forecast looks promising as the event progresses other classes join the event for the "Miramar Windsurf Grand Prix".