Friday 31 January 2014 – Sailors across ten Olympic and three Paralympic events were rewarded for their patience and hours of onshore preparation with a full day of inconsistent and challenging conditions on Thursday at the 2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami. The pressure was on, to complete three to four races per fleet on Thursday to catch up to the desired race totals.
Sailors experienced slightly cooler temperatures this morning with considerable breeze ranging from 6 to 8 knots out of the Northwest under overcast skies. The breeze built up to 15 knots in the afternoon on some courses. The afternoon also featured isolated thunderstorms that steadily moved across Biscayne Bay bringing scattered showers.
Day 4 Highlights
Day 4 highlights are available to view on the ISAF Sailing World Cup YouTube Channel and on the ISAF FTP.
URL – http://youtu.be/gE2zO9OPR1s
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