11/04/2019 – The wind remained light for much of the Day 3 the FORSA Bonaire PWA World Cup, but in the afternoon the wind began slowly to rise and at the beginning of the evening was enough to allow the female Double Elimination begin in 15-20 knots of wind and flat water.
The first run of the day saw the n. 5 last year – Johanne Rümenapp (I-99 / Gun Sails) – against Jazzy Zwerus (JP / NeilPryde) – competing in her first event since 2016. Rümenapp did a solid heat tack, land flaka, Spock and shove-it, but it remained vulnerable, having failed to do maneuvers on starboard. Eventually this was decisive for the German because Zwerus has completed its match report on both walls and is brought to the next round.
At the bottom of the Board Eva Wyss has successfully passed the local girl Angela Koch, but was eliminated by Frances Faye (RRD / RRD Sails) in the following round and now will face decisive for Floris Zwerus in heat 5 ° and 6 th place.
The forecast for the final two days of competition look excellent with 18-22 nodes set for Friday, that should ensure a day of explosive action. The riders will meet again tomorrow morning at 9 for the skipper's meeting, with starting as soon as possible to 9.30.
photo: JC (c) PWA
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