Skunked (again) at Moth World Championship

Published on October 17th, 2013

Kaneohe, HI (October 17, 2013) – Racing was abandoned on the fourth day of the McDougall + McConaghy Moth World Championship when sufficient wind failed to develop. The event has been plagued by light winds, with no racing on day one and mostly sub-10 knot winds on days two and three. Seven races have been completed, with racing for the 80-boat fleet to continue Friday and conclude on Saturday. 2009 World Champ Bora Gulari (USA) currently leads 2011 Worlds Champ Nathan Outteridge (AUS) by five points.

Current Results – Top 10 of 80
Pos,Sail, Boat, Skipper, Yacht Club, Results, Total Points
1. USA 7, , Bora Gulari, Bayview Yacht Club, [16]-1-2-1-3-3-7- ; 17
2. AUS 3997, , Nathan Outteridge, Wangi Sailing Club, 1-2-1-[10]-9-1-8- ; 22
3. AUS 8, Salter marine @ gmail, Julian Salter, Royal yacht club of Tasmania, 11-9-8-5-2-[29]-5- ; 40T
4. USA 1111, UFO, Brad Funk, Lauderdale yacht club, [24/ZFP]-5-4-3-5-5-18- ; 40T
5. AUS 3, The Belafonte, Rob Gough, royal yacht club of tasmania, [15]-8-13-8-8-2-4- ; 43
6. GBR 7, Royal London Yacht Club, Chris Rashley, Royal London Yacht Club, 3-[35]-6-11-7-4-13- ; 44
7. AUS 2, 7, Scott Babbage, WSC, 4-4-[27]-24-1-12-1- ; 46
8. GBR 3982, PATONATOR, BEN PATON, LYMINGTON TOWN SC, [30/ZFP]-3-3-15-23-6-3- ; 53
9. AUS 1, Equinox Racing, Josh Mcknight, RPAYC, 7-10-[16]-7-14-10-9- ; 57
10. USA 4054, , George Peet, BYC/LTYC, 5-6-9-[37]-22-9-14- ; 65T

Current resultsPhoto gallery

Competition concludes October 19.

Photo credit: ThMartinez/Sea&Co/International Moth Worlds

Event website: http://www.mothworlds.org/hawaii/

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