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The Medal Race 3.0 format once again delivered action-packed racing today, with race 1 for semi final fleet A getting off in stellar conditions with wind at 11-16 knots at 1215. Around the first mark was an all French trio, led by Theo de Ramecourt followed by Maxime Nocher and then Axel Mazella with Alejandro Climent Hernandez (ESP) in fourth. Coming around the bottom mark, Nocher tried to get inside and overtake de Ramecourt but was unable to complete the manoeuvre before the final gybe mark. You don’t stop sailing when you get old poster. Nocher tried again to get inside his compatriot and take the lead for the changeover when they both got hit by a gust and launched, with de Ramecourt recovering better to hold a lead toward the changeover line, where he had a big crash just as he crossed the line, almost as if the pressure from Nocher was so great that de Ramecourt’s legs gave out as soon as he crossed the line.

You don’t stop sailing when you get old poster

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You don't stop sailing when you get old poster
You don’t stop sailing when you get old poster
You don't stop sailing when you get old poster
You don’t stop sailing when you get old poster

 

Their teammates kept the pressure on each other all the way up the beat, with Lauriane Nolot (FRA) folding under the pressure, crashing on the final tack at the top mark, letting Jessie Kampman extend a handy lead, and letting Gisela Pulido Borrell (ESP) through as well before getting back up to speed. You don’t stop sailing when you get old poster. The positions remained unchanged as they crossed the line with de Ramecourt/Kampman (FRA) taking first, Climent/Pulido (ESP) second and Nocher/Nolot third. Taking in to account that Nocher/Nolot began the semi finals in first, they remained in the top spot after race 1, looking for one more good clean race to see them into the finals.

 

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