44Cup Marstrand 2021 - Day 2
For competitors and race management alike it was a difficult day with an overcast sky, 15 knots of northeasterly offshore wind that dropped to below 10 as the afternoon wore on. This was combined with a tricky current, mostly sweeping right to left across the course, often favouring the right side. This was different from Day One in the bigger conditions when any favourable current seemed more random. (CC Available)
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