A southerly change in the wind direction today delayed racing as sailors waited for the thermal breeze to build. Unfortunately, the sailors had to stay on shore in the heat of the day until they could leave the shore for some relief in the cooler air. Once the sea breeze came in, Bodrum did not disappoint as the building breeze provided good racing from a more southerly direction that challenged many of the sailors.
When racing got underway, the Race Committee was able to complete another two races. New fleet assignments today meant that sailors got the opportunity to race against some of the other 276 sailors in the championship.
Ethan Thompson fell ten places and is now in sixteenth overall to lead the Bermuda contingent with 40 points, Thompson finished the first race of the day and the third of the series 14th, and then he finished 19th in the second race of the day.
Sarah Davis currently sits 134th overall with 134 points, this after finishing 48th in the first race and then 30th in the second race.
Miguel Power is in 151st overall with 148 points, he finished the first race in 45th, before closing out with a 26th place finish in the Red Fleet.
Trystan Hocking is holding the 199th position overall with 189 points, Hocking finished the first race in 43rd, and then 39th in the second race.
Sophia Dias is in 229th with 213 points, Dias finished 61st in the first race, and then 30th in the second race.