Light winds cancel racing at Laser World Championship
Published on July 4th, 2015
Kingston, ON (July 4, 2015) – On the third day of the Laser World Championship, the wind began very light from the East, slowly building while competitors were postponed ashore. The wind then switched to the South but unfortunately it did not fill in and racing was cancelled for the day.
Juan Ignacio Maegli representing Guatemala still sits in 1st and Philipp Buhl representing Germany in 2nd, both with four points. Tom Burton representing Australia is in 3rd and Nick Thompson representing Great Britain is in 4th. Kacper Zieminski representing Poland is in 5th, and is tied in point with Pavlos Kontides representing Cyprus who sits in 6th.
Qualifying is scheduled to continue through July 5, after which the fleet will be divided to begin the final series (July 6-8).