No wind, no racing. Still on top of the heap with Artemis.
The forecast for tomorrow is only marginally better. One thing about sailboat racing; you need Mother Nature’s cooperation.
When you are in these waiting situations, it is nice to be in first place because sometime they end this way. It is like finishing a car race under the yellow flag.
We’ll see what tomorrow brings.
I am on my way to London now and onto San Francisco tomorrow, one day late to the 505 worlds. I had planned on the 505 Worlds long before I got involved with Artemis. But one is work and one is for pleasure so I made a compromise. As fate would have it, I could have left Portugal last night and made the first race tomorrow.
Anyway, it is what it is and Howard has a great crew in Ian Mitchell for Sunday. I will be on the wire from Monday on. Really looking forward to ripping around the bay next week in the men’s breeze on SF bay.
For complete results go to 2009.medcup.org