5 races for Day 2 for a total of 11 races so far. Day 2 wind came up a bit later so the first start wasn't until shortly after 1PM. Kites ranged from 9-13m for the first two races with a number of riders switching down between race 1 and 2. By the end of second race of Day 2, the wind was solid with a number or racers very powered if they hadn't switched down. After 2 races there was a break for lunch and then 3 more races in the afternoon. Racers were on 7-13m kites for the afternoon.
Similar to Day 1, the top 3 finishers were Johnny Heineken, Bryan Lake and Adam Koch. The finishes were starting to mix for the last four races of the day and positions were changing. A kite tangle at the start of the last race of the day made for a tough start for a number of racers in the fleet. Stefano Rista, Adam Vance and Colin Ernst are holding down 4th, 5th and 6th place respectively and are the top finishers for the Canadian men. A grudge match is setting up between Stefano and Adam who are only separated by 2 points after 11 races.
Erika Heinekin is racing very strong and is currently in 1st place for the women and sitting 11th place overall in the fleet. There is a battle going on each race with Erika, Eric Due, Andy Wong and Mark Leng to decide who will round out the top 10 in the fleet.
Jessica Sickinger is holding down the top spot for Canadian women. Catherine Dufour and Rainbow Monds are separated by only one point for 2nd and 3rd place Canadian Women. Day 3 will be the deciding day for these two.
The forecast is again good for Day 3. The awards ceremony will be at 5:30pm Monday afternoon on the Spit.
Results:https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/pub ... utput=html