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Day one saw big winds and bigger swell on the race course. The folks who came from flatwater sailing spots found the shore break and on-shore wind intimidating and the 4-5 foot swells that rolled down the course made the starting line a bit chaotic at times. Three races were completed and it was extreme Kona racing – even for the race committe who overcame technical difficulties with the committee boat by running the races from a small inflatable coach boat. They were as wet and tired at the end of the day as the racers!
For our second day, the lighter off shore breeze and flatter water was a welcome change for most. Four races were completed for everyone, including the younger kids who stayed on the beach on day one. The women’s fleet proved that it is fast to sail like a girl with three or four women in the top ten finishers in every race!
You can read more reports at http://www.waterhound.com/kona-windsurfing-world-championships-miami.html, check out results at http://www.mycyouthsailing.org/calendar.php and enjoy the video from the first day (courtesy of Patrik Pollak).