'Artemis' Sweden leads the first day and the Canary Islands are not high points.
Valencia, July 27 .- The fourth round of the RC44 class schedule has begun today in the waters of Valencia, with the dispute of seven games' Round Robin 'in form' match race 'and after the first day the leader is the' Artemis 'Swedish, while the Spanish Canary Islands lost all their games.
After the first day of competition, the Artemis of, STO gold, Terry Hutchinson leads the Valencia RC44 Cup after winning all their clashes, six of six, followed by three teams tied with four points, the BMW-Oracle of Russell Coutts, James Spithill 17 and Cameron Appleton Aqua.
With three victories precede them in the standings, the team Holland 'No Way Back', winner of last edition of this competition and the current interim, cheap darkfall gold, leader, tied on points with Slovenia CEEREF, followed by the Sea and Dubai, with two wins.
Mascalzone Latino scores a point, like the Russian Katusha, while the classification closed the Canary Islands and the AEZ Team Austria, who have not released his locker wins.
The day began and complicated for the Islas Canarias Puerto, sto credits, Calero. Problems with advancing the bulb and the end of the day would have to pull the boat from the water. The Round Robin will start with the Canary Islands, and the Aqua Ceeref waiting.
The first match for the Spaniards was for both the second 'flight' from the boat skippered by Jose Maria Ponce and Ceeref Rod Davis. They won the start and were soon in the lead, winning the showdown.
The next match was against the current winner of the America Cup, James Spithill at the helm of 17. After a very close first beat and a spectacular tacking war, the American boat managed to get ahead in the first step to windward, as he finally got to maintain.
The third was the Katusha rival Paul Cayard, won the Russian ship, and the next clash, against Cameron Appleton's Team Aqua, the ship managed to get ahead canary in the windward passage, though a penalty-dragging, but a problem with the spinnaker, made to leave the water and had to end up retiring.
Already in the last 'Flight' of the day, was the leading rival Artemis, and Hutchinson gave no chance.
Domingo Manrique, spinnaker trimmer Puerto Calero Canary Islands, said after the first day that "we had a problem with the spinnaker and it is true that we go better with less wind.
Today he played a bad day, yet we are happy because we are getting closer, we are fighting. Is so short the race course that is very difficult to recover. "
Manrique was part of the Spanish Challenge 2007 and who knows these waters explained that "returning to Valencia for this type of boat for someone who has been here three years during the 32nd America's Cup is welcome. The time and conditions are fantastic" .
The wind has been blowing from the southwest with an average intensity of 16 knots and has been rising as the afternoon progressed. The forecast for tomorrow is also the same component wind blows and intensity.
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