Pablo Völker & Federico Polimeni secure the lead at 2024 Worlds

Picture by Marc Aloma

2024 worlds in La Ballena Alegre, Costa Brava, Spain, are already a great success, in both terms of participation, by registering 131 teams, and quality, as finishing in the top 20 will actually be a true performance.

Weather conditions did not ease the beginning of the championship, Day 1 finishing close to carnage for some teams, and unstable wind on Day 2 permitting only one qualification race to be sailed.

Cruz Gonzalez-Smith & Mariano Heuser (ARG) Qualification series winners – picture by Marc Aloma

Fortunately enough, three races have been sailed on (long) Day 3, putting an end to qualification round, and final Gold and Silver groups building.

Good news is that four Races have been completed on first Final Day…

By scoring (10), 7, 1, 1, 3, 2 in the qualification series and 1, 3, 1, 2 in the four first Final Races sailed, ARG/ESP pair do take a serious option on final 2024 World Title, with a provisional net score of 21 points.

Brett Burvill & Max Puttman (AUS) – picture by Marc Aloma

Brett Burvill & Max Puttman (AUS), recent winners of Worrell 1000, are the closest opponents, with 36 points, ahead Toni Rivas-Mas & Jordi Sanchez (ESP), 45 points.

If more than one race are sailed on the last day, then a discard will be possible. Let’s see what will happen…

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