A strong breeze for day 2 of the RS:X Youth Worlds in Cyprus and Emma Wilson moves to third overall after six races.
Three more races were completed in the stronger breeze with gusts up to 22 knots.
Britain's Emma Wilson finished the day with a 3, 6, 2, to be four points off second placed Katy Spychakoz (3, 2, 2) and 11 off run-away leader Noy Drihan (1, 1, 1) both of Israel.
Aikaterini Divari of Greece leads the women's U17 and is 7th in the overall event.
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In the men's event Mack van den Eerenbeemt from the Caribbean island of Aruba keeps a clean sheet, with six wins so far.
Tracking him is defending Champion Yoav Omer from Israel who has five firsts and a second.
Tom Reuveny of Israel is in third place and also leads the men's U17 event.
Andy Brown was the best placed British competitor with a 6, 4, 4, scoreline in 11th overall.
Youth Men top 5 after 6 races :
1. Mack van den Eerenbeemt | ARU 5 pts
2. Yoav Omer | ISR 5 pts
3. Tom Reuveny U17 | ISR 11 pts
4. Camille Bouyer | FRA 13 pts
5. Luuc-Adrianus Van Opzeeland | NED 13 pts
11. Andy Brown 25 pts
13. Matthew Carey 33 pts
Youth Women top 5 after 6 races :
1. Noy Drihan | ISR 5 pts
2. Katy Spychakov | ISR 12 pts
3. Emma Wilson | GBR 16 pts
4. Maya Morris | ISR 19 pts
5. Mariam Sekhposyan | RUS 21 pts
8. Lily Young 41 pts
12. Erin Watson 60 pts
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23 November 2016 17:09 GMT