Youth Worlds 2014
We launch today this Team Page from Aarhus (Denmark) spot of the past 49er Europeans (2013), of the future ISAF Worlds (2018) and presently of the Youth Worlds.
Aarhus has welcomed us with the same sky and rain that last year, and with the same nice and charming people that makes possible this events.
Also, the shifty wind is one of the main character that have been manifested, we have two days of qualifying doing 3 races per day with West (1º day) and North wind (W and N are land wind), between 4 and 10 knots with at least 40 degrees of shift. This kind of days are too difficult to manage and we have done it properly making everything in top ten (10-6-1/2-2-2). The most important and difficult thing racing with land wind is to be regular and that’s what our spanish mates Diego and Pablo do too,keeping 2º position reaching that two Spanish flags appears in the podium at the end of the qualifying races. Great situation for the Spaniards!
Today the championship comes to the half point, tomorrow starts the final series with 25 boats and with the forecasts showing more land wind for day 3 and 4 will be hard to keep on the highest place of the list.
We are so excited for more racing in this funny and hard racing areas and for see what happen tomorrow.