Race report 21: Battle for first place in Class A

30 July 2013

Race report 21: Battle for first place in Class A
Statsraad Lehmkuhl (Norway) and Mir (Russia) are battling for first place across the finish line on the water. Fryderyk Chopin (Poland) is  putting in a strong performance and should take third place across the finish line on the water. 

Tre Kronor of Stockholm (Sweden) is in a good position and is in second place for Class A, but still threatened byStatsraad Lehmkuhl,

Meanwhile in Class B, Maybe (UK) and Johann Smidt (Germany)  are neck and neck racing to secure the sedond spot across the finsh line, with less than one mile between them.  

The placings at 16:00 UTC/GMT were:

Class A
1st   Statsraad Lehmkuhl (Norway)
2nd  Tre Kronor af Stockholm (Sweden)
3rd  Kruzenshtern (Russia)

Class B
1st Liv (Norway)
2nd Helena (Finland)
3rd Maybe (UK)

Class C
1st Admiral Dickman (Poland)
2nd Sharki (Poland)
3rd St Iv (Estonia)

Class D
1st Akela (Russia)
2nd Tomidi (Belgium)
3rd Lietuva (Lithuania)

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Editor’s notes:

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