IMCO Worlds Final Day - morning
Posted On: 21/09/2003 10:00:47
Sailors awoke with with high expectations on this very last days On this very last day of the 2003 ISAF World Championships at Cadiz.
In contrast to the light of the last days the bay of Cadiz is only partly filled with light wind patches.
Locals forcast Poniente winds from the opposite direction and there is a great chance that there might not be any racing today.
in yesterdays press conference current leader of the womenÂ´s fleet Lee Korsitz (ISR 1111) quoted that it would be a great achievement to win to win the World Title.
But of course it will be a tough challenge for her to beat Barbara Kendall (NZL 15) in second position. Furthermore she said that no women ever in IsraelÂ´s sport history
has won a Gold medal before. Training with Gal Fridman (ISR 18), who is currently holding third place in the menÂ´s division, for the last year was really hard but effective.
After LeeÂ´s seventh place at the Europeans 2003 at Mondello this will be the first top five result for her in the second year of competing.
We wish all the sailors good luck for the last day and are looking forward to thrilling battles for Gold, Silver and Bronze.
Mahalo Belly and Aline
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