PWA Ulsan Wold Cup – Kolmas koht tuli RRD-le

Following two days on standby, day five of competition began in a
similar fashion. However, with signs of the weather clearing up, race
director, Juan Antonio Aragon, made the call for the sailors to be
ready to race at a moment’s notice. By 14:30 there were promising
signs that racing would take place, and within the hour, the
competition was in full swing.
Whilst most of the world’s best were hitting the wall, Finian Maynard
(RRD, Gaastra) was quietly plugging away, making amends for his
premature start in the very first race of the contest. After winning
all of his heats, he cruised into the final and sailed home in 3rd,
putting him back on the radar and in the top 3 overall.

Finian words:
“Today started with some rain and full clouds. It was looking unlikely
that we would race but at 3pm there was a break in the weather and the
wind started very quickly to build. By 430pm we were fully powered and
the racing was on. I used my 10.0 and 135 combination, felt pretty
good as I have not had much time on this set-up before the event. I
think tomorrow looks good on the forecast and we are expecting good
winds. I hope to race well and I will try my best to get some good

PWA Ulsan World Cup – Results After Day 4

1st Antoine Albeau (JP, NeilPryde) 3.4 pts
2nd Bjorn Dunkerbeck (Starboard, Severne) 7.7 pts
3rd Finian Maynard (RRD, Gaastra) 13.7 pts
4th Steve Allen (Severne)14.0 pts
5th Jimmy Diaz (Starboard, North)14.0 pts


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