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IThe New Zealand team was the star of this second and only day of the Rockwool Denmark Sailing Grand Prix in Copenhagen. After the competition was postponed for lack of wind, the Kiwis managed to win the last three races and win the final. who dominated against France and Denmark at all times.

It was an atypical Grand Prix, the lack of wind on the first day of racing forced the organization to change the format. Four races were held today, last three and the final. fortunately, The weather conditions were favorable and the F50s were able to fly normally Yesterday they couldn’t do it because of a lack of air.

The notable absentee was a member of the Great Britain team, Sir Ben Ainslie’s men were unable to make it to the Danish capital after being hit by a rock That they were in the practice race on Thursday, being out of competition and how the rest of the teams would normally add points.

The Spanish team finished eighth in three races. The crews paid a high price for not being able to prepare for this Grand Prix in the water like the other teams.,

Was forced to hit rock bottom in practice on Wednesday jordi zammer It took until Friday to get back on the F50 Victoria, but as there was no racing they finally made it to today’s session with just one day of practice. simultaneously, There were some technical issues during today’s session With the buttons controlling the starboard foil.

The course was extremely complex, there were areas that the teams had to avoid at all costs, and due to its configuration, the return was very difficultThus, a good start can guarantee a good position at the end of the exam.

With this career format adapted to singles competition, Teams only had seven minutes between races.So if they presented a technical problem, as happened in Spain, they had little time to solve it.

The F50 was under the command of Victoria Jordi Zammer (pilot). Florian Trellet (wing trimmer), Diego Botanical (flight controller), Jake Lily (Mill), Joan Cardona (grinder) y Nicole van der Velden (strategist).

general classification

Australia (36 points)

New Zealand (32 points)

Denmark (28 points)

Canada (27 points)

Great Britain (26 points)

France (24 points)

United States (19 points)

Switzerland (11 points)

Spain (11 points)

Result Race 1

New Zealand

America

Denmark

Canada

Australia

France

Swiss

Spain

Result Race 2

New Zealand

Denmark

Australia

France

Canada

America

Swiss

Spain

Result Race 3

New Zealand

France

Denmark

Australia

Swiss

America

Canada

Spain

final race

New Zealand

France

Denmark