Rockal Evans won the Sail Port Stephens in Australia, it was a 2-day event but on the second day no racing would happen due to no wind.
Evans finished the regatta with 5 points, after winning three races and finishing second in the other.
The first day the conditions were 14-18 knots with gusts around 23knots, the sea state was a short steep chop that made for some physically challenging sailing upwind but on the down winds, the sailors had some perfect waves to surf!
Evans told www.islandstats.com, “The second race I had one small mistake at the start and then missed a few wind shifts trying to make up from my bad start but I passed a few boats on the downwind and recover to finish second. In the last two races of the day, I won the starts and sailed my own race, this resulted in winning with comfortable leads.”