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Congratulations to all the WMR competitors!
Overall results –
1. Anna Tunincliffe (USA)
2. Lucy Macgregor (GBR)
3. Sally Barkow (USA)
4. Claire Leroy (FRA)
All done on our race course, prize giving at 3pm
Tunnicliffe-USA defeats Macgregor-GBR 3-0 to win the gold medal.
Tunnicliffe maintains lead to take gold, Macgregor silver.
Tunnicliffe-USA leads around the last top mark. Macgregor-GBR is 1.5 lengths behind and running out of race course.
Tunnicliffe ahead by 2 lengths at WW2
Tunnicliffe close cover on Macgregor, holding out to the right hand corner
Macgregor right on tunnicliffes tail at LW
Several gybes downwind but Tunnicliffe still maintains lead over Macgregor
Tunnicliffe-USA leads Macgregor-GBR around the first windward mark.
Tunnicliffe ahead by 2 lengths at WW1
Tunnicliffe just squeezes across ahead on port
Tunnicliffe-USA is about a length ahead as the pair have a tacking duel up the beat.
Macgregor forces Tunnicliffe to tack off the line. Legging it left but Tunnicliffe just ahead at first meet.
Tunnicliffe wins the start as she is just to windward of Macgregor as Macgregor has to squeeze up to sail just above the pin.
Wind is 240 at 13 knots on the race course. Beautiful sailing day!
In sequence for the third flight of the finals as Tunnicliffe-USA leads Macgregor-GBR 2-0 in the "best of five" series.
So, do or die for Macgregor in third race of the finals against Tunnicliffe
M2- Tunnicliffe-USA defeats Macgregor-GBR to take a 2-0 lead in the WMR Finals. Macgregor must win the next one to stay alive.
Macgregor closed right up again down wind but Tunnicliffe wins to go 2-0 ahead
Macgregor lost out, now 4 lengths behind at WW2
M1- Barkow-USA defeats Leroy-FRA to win the bronze medal.
Tunnicliffe holding Macgregor out to left above port layline
Barkow takes bronze medal
M1- Barkow looks to be ahead on the final run.
M2- Tunnicliffe-USA leads around the leeward mark by about a boat length ahead of Macgregor-GBR.
Macgregor closes gap to two lengths at LW mark. Tunnicliffe high and covering.
Barkow leads Leroy at WW2
M1- Barkow-USA had carried Leroy beyond lay line when she did not have rights to but Leroy failed to keep clear as windward boat.
M2- Tunnicliffe-USA wins the start and leads off the line by a couple of lengths.
M1- offsetting penalties at the leeward mark and Barkow rounds ahead. @
Tunnicliffe leads Macgregor around WW1 by about 3 lengths
Think Barkow and Leroy both got a penalty on each other, cancelling them out
Macgregor trying to get left but Tunnicliffe holding them out right
Tunnicliffe going well to windward of Macgregor
Tunnicliffe leads away from line covering Macgregor
F48M2- Macgregor-GBR backs out of the dial up and switches places with Tunnicliffe-USA then leads out of the box towards the right.
Split tack start in petit final, pretty even, v.close upwind
F48M1- Barkow -USA splits right towards the boat end and Leroy -FRA splits to the left.
In sequence for the 2nd flight of the petit-finals and finals.
Next match Leroy(5) v Barkow(8) then Macgregor(6) v Tunnicliffe(7).
Meanwhile the R/C is serving birthday cake to the umpires in honour of RO John Burgoine‘s birthday.
Change of boats before next matches. Petit finals best of 3, finals best of 5.
Boat changes are happening now.
M2- Tunnicliffe-USA sails to an easy victory over Macgregor-GBR.
Macgregor closes but win goes to Tunniclife by 4 lengths
Wind gone left a bit, long port leg. Macgregor looks to be lifting inside but still well behind
M2- Tunnicliffe rounds leeward mark 6 lengths ahead of Macgregor.
Tunnicliffe leads Macgregor by about 10 lengths at LW mark.
M1- Barkow-USA defeats Leroy-FRA by over 10 lengths.
Tunnicliffe well ahead of Macgregor on their first run. Barkow takes first win in petit finals.
M1- Leroy has a kite now, but no chance now.
M1- Leroy having spinnaker difficulties, no kite yet. Barkow sailing away. 10 knots of breeze.
Macgregor catches up a little but Tunnicliffe still in strong covering position. Leroy sailing downwind with no spinnaker Barkow well ahead.
M1- Barkow passed Leroy and leads by a length around 2nd Windward mark.
M2- Tunnicliffe leads by 4 lengths up the first beat.
Both boats approach line too early. Macgregor over early and as to return. Tunnicliffe leads away upwind.
M2- Macgregor-GBR OCS at the boat end. Tunnicliffe-USA away clean at the pin end.
M1- Leroy-FRA leads by one length around leeward mark.
Leroy leads into LW mark in petit finals against Barkow
F 47M1- a bit of Luffing on the run. Leroy still ahead.
Macgregor enters from stbd in boat 7. Tunnicliffe in boat 6
F47M1- both boats Luffing at the windward mark. Leroy-FRA leads around the mark.
AP up for match 2 as the wind has shifted. Going back in sequence shortly.
Sunshine and about 8kts on WMR. Barkow big lead over Leroy. Macgregor Tunnicliffe postponed for windshift.
F47M1- Barkow-USA starts to leeward but ahead of Leroy -FRA. Barkow leading up beat out to the right side.
First flight of the petit-finals and grand finals are up now. P/F is match 1 and F is match 2. P/F is first to 2 points and F first to 3.
We are all set an starting on time. Foxtrot is up at 1000.