The second day of racing at the ACO 11th Musto Skiff World Championships 2022 saw a change in wind conditions and a dramatic change of leader.
The ACO 11th Musto Skiff World Championships 2022 opened with four races on Thursday at Kiel Week after the first day’s racing was cancelled due to the lack of wind
Athletes from well over 40 nations on nine regatta courses in Schilksee with fourteen international boat classes, including the Gold Cup for the Nordic Folkboats in the first part and the 11th ACO Musto Skiff World Championship in the second part
Andy Tarboton of South Africa was winner of the Musto Skiff event at the Princess Sofía Regatta, Mallorca
The International Musto Skiff Class will hold their ACO 11th Musto Skiff World Championships during Kiel Week 2022.
The Musto Skiff Class Association (MSCA) has confirmed that the ACO 11th Musto Skiff World Championships in Italy is now cancelled due to COVID-19 uncertainty and on-going challenges with international travel restrictions.
Pete Greenhalgh had only to make sure that Bruce Keen finished safely behind him in the final race of the UK MUSTO Skiff National Championship to claim the title.
Peter Greenhalgh of Warsash SC squeezed out an extra point over three races to lead by four points at the Noble Marine UK MUSTO Skiff National Championship
Peter Greenhalgh of Warsash SC has a three point lead at the Noble Marine UK MUSTO Skiff National Championship
Rick Peacock of Britain regained the lead of the MUSTO Skiff World Championships after three more races in Holland – Video here