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RS Aero Worlds - Breeze on for Day 2

A second day of breeze up to 20 knots for the Rooster RS Aero World Championships at Carnac, France.

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In the RS Aero 9 fleet Marc Jacobi USA (3,1,2) keeps the overall lead but British Youth, Liam Willis (6,6,1) and Greg Bartlett (1,2,3) both won races.

Jacobi has an eight point lead after six races.

In the biggest fleet, the RS Aero 7, Steve Cockerill (1,2,1) and Pete Barton (2,1,2) finished the day tied for the lead on seven points.

In third place is Paul Bartlett (3,4,3) and fourth Marcus Walther of Germany.

Noah Rees holds his top Youth spot in 16th and top Lady is Liina Kolk of Estonia in 18th.

Cockerill took two wins to Barton’s one with an incredible display of downwind speed through the waves, something he brings to the Aero from his Europe and Laser Radial days.

Sander Puppart of Estonia blitzed the RS Aero 5 scoreboard, leap-frogging to the top after a 3,2,1 to lead by 1 point from Andrew Frost (top Youth).

Andrias Sillaste of Estonia and Britain's Kate Sargent (top Lady) are tied for 3rd.

All results here

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26 July 2017 10:54 GMT


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