DAY 3 | VAN RIJSELBERGHE MASTERS TRICKY CONDITIONS

The previous word of the day was ‘tricky’. The word of the day for those that went out to sea on day four was ‘survival’. The Olympic sailing competition again produced the extremes of flat water and shifty conditions on the inshore courses with the giant wind and size-of-a-house waves out on the seaward courses. […]

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DAY 3 | ALABAU STEPS UP

The previous word of the day was ‘tricky’. The word of the day for those that went out to sea on day four was ‘survival’. The Olympic sailing competition again produced the extremes of flat water and shifty conditions on the inshore courses with the giant wind and size-of-a-house waves out on the seaward courses. […]

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DAY 2 | VAN RIJSELBERGHE FEELING GOOD

Day 2 of the Olympic Sailing Competition produced lighter winds more expected at this time of year in Rio, and the south-easterly breezes were mostly around five to seven knots with only occasional moments in double figures. Men’s Windsurfer – RS:X Nick Dempsey (GBR) continues to lead the Men’s Windsurfer competition after

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DAY 2 |A GOOD DAY FOR TARTAGLINI

Day 2 of the Olympic Sailing Competition produced lighter winds more expected at this time of year in Rio, and the south-easterly breezes were mostly around five to seven knots with only occasional moments in double figures. Women’s Windsurfer – RS:X It was Flavia Tartaglini’s (ITA) turn to rip up the race course in the […]

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DAY 1 | A SIGH OF RELIEF FOR PICON

Guanabara Bay delivered some great sailing conditions to launch the Olympic Sailing Competition today, but it was still very, very tricky out there. Women’s Windsurfer – RS:X Charline Picon (FRA) had a stunning start to her week, scoring 1,2,1 from the opening three races. Next best was Stefaniya Elfutina (RUS) who lies in second

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