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Farr 40 European Championship - Day 2

by Event Editor on 24 Sep 2000
Winds of around 15knots from the South, which built to around 30 knots as the day progressed..

Race 3

Hurrycane, who were at the bottom of the points table yesterday, won from yesterday's leader Victric V with Game On third.

Race 4

With an increasing wind, rigs settings were changed before the next race. Two boats were over early, Warlord went back, but Victric was OCS'd. Warlord scrambled to fifth and Game On won.
With Hurrycane 3rd.

Race 5

With wind at 20 knots , Game On lead to the line with Warlord 2nd and Bit of a Coup 3rd.

Overall

1 Game On 12 pts
2 Warlord 19 pts
3 Victric 20 pts
4 Bit of A Coup 21 pts
5 Dignity 22 pts
6 2XL 23 pts
7 Hurrycane 24 pts

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