“It’s been pretty difficult conditions for the past few days, but we’ve tried to be strong and sail to our principles,” said Wilson. “But there’s a lot of racing still to go, so we’ve just got to get our heads down.”
A tough day for Shirley Robertson with 28,21 from the first two races saw her and teammates Annie Lush and Lucy Macgregor drop down to eighth place from second overnight – although they did manage to post a first in the third race of the day in spite of a hole in their boat after being rammed by a German crew, who’d lost control after getting their spinnaker sheet caught around their rudder.
The Yngling development squad team of Victoria Rawlinson, Emma Rawlinson and Sue Monson can also boast of two fourths from their three races, which has put them into 13th place and within reach of the medal positions.
Charlotte Dobson remains top Brit in the Laser Radial class in ninth place, while Bryony Shaw is 12th in the women’s RS:X windsurfing event.
Racing at the Princess Sofia Trophy runs through until Friday 6 April. For results and regatta information visit www.skandiateamgbr.com/events/princsoftrop
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Solheim Cup 2019
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