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2022 Hobie 16 World Championships in Costa Brava Pirineu de Girona, Spain - Day 11

by Hobie Racing 25 Sep 20:48 BST 15-29 September 2022

We had to wait for the wind, but it came. Another long onshore postponement waiting for the wind to settle and fill. Racing got under way at 2:00pm with 8-13 knots of wind from the NE, a direction we haven't seen yet.

Due to the late start only two races were completed today over two sessions with sailors swapping boats in between. The conditions were a bit milder today with shifts and ups and down in the pressure. Teams that stayed in the breeze did well, but it was easy to find yourself in the back.

The Semi-finals continue through September 22 when there will be a cut. Following the cut, only the top forty-eight teams will advance to the finals.

Event website: hobieworlds.com

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