Yngling Worlds at a standstill

No breeze...ends

Wednesday July 24th 2002, Author: Sasha Oswald, Location: United Kingdom
Racing has come to a standstill on the third day of the Yngling World Championships, on Lake Lucerne, Brunnen, Switzerland, due to a lack of wind.

The competitors hung around all morning hoping for the breeze to show its face and when it became evident that it was unlikely to happen, the race committee took the decision to abandon racing for the day.

It is hoped that the championships can get back into full swing tomorrow, but the forecast is for continued light winds so it is looking doubtful that the full ten race series will be sailed.

Results (after day two)
1, Betsy Alison/Lee Icyda/Suzy Leech, USA ((26),2,4,1,1) 8 pts
2, Ulrike Schümann/Wibke Bülle/Winnie Lippert, GER (2,(16),2,4,10) 18 pts
3, Melanie Dennison/Fiona Herbert/Caroline Aders, AUS (4,1,18,(22),3) 26 pts
team GBR
24, Shirley Robertson/Sarah Ayton/Inga Leask (25,18,21,10,(27)) 74 pts
28, Lizzie Edwards/Caroline Edwards/Sarah Allen (17,23,(30),25,21) 86 pts
33, Nicole Johnson/Jane Norris/Jo Line (33,27,15,32,(35)) 107 pts

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