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2019 Melges 24 World Championship at Lega Navale Italiana - Day 2

by International Melges 24 Class Association 9 Oct 2019 16:48 BST
No wind, no race in Day Two of the Melges 24 World Championship 2019 © Zerogradinord / IM24CA

The lack of breeze doesn't allow to complete any race in Villasimius today, so the situation of the Melges 24 World Championship 2019 is crystallized with the standings that were defined by the three regattas completed yesterday.

Bombarda ITA860 leads the pack (13 pt.), followed by Lenny EST790 (14 pt.) and Maidollis ITA854 (21 pt.). The Corinthian leadership sees the aforementioned Lenny in control, followed by Taki 4 ITA778 (25 pt.) and Gill Race Team GBR694 (38 pt.).

Hoping in more favourable weather conditions, races will resume tomorrow at 10.00am.

Results after Day 2: (top ten, 3 races)

1. Bombarda, ITA860, Andrea Pozzi - 5 -6 -2; 13pts
2. Lenny, EST790, Tõnu Tõniste (COR) - 6 -2 -6; 14pts
3. Maidollis, ITA854, Carlo Fracassoli - 1 -17 -3; 21pts
4. Taki 4, ITA778, Niccolo Bertola (COR) - 16 -4 -5; 25pts
5. Monsoon, USA851, Bruce Ayres - 10 -5 -21; 36pts
6. Full Throttle, USA849, Brian Porter - 8 -10 -18; 36pts
7. Gill Race Team, GBR694, Geoff Carveth (COR) - 3 -31 -4; 38pts
8. Seven_Five_Nine, HUN759, Ákos Csoltó (COR) - 18 -8 -14; 40pts
9. White Room, GER677, Michael Tarabochia (COR) - 15 -14 -12; 41pts
10. Nortek Sailing Team, NOR628, Andreas Sola Fischer (COR) - 13 -7 -22; 42pts

Find full results here

More information at melges24.com/Worlds2019.

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