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Australia and France lead after the first day in Cadiz – OA Sport

first day of SailGP Spain 2022the sixth seasonal designation for the World Sailing Circle reserved for the thwarted F50 boats designed by Russell Coates, among others. Tom Slingsby, Winner of the first two editions and interim general classification leader with Australia teamhas also started well in the waters of Cadiz and ranks first in the partial standings after the first three fleet races.

In fact, the Australian crew, who collected sixth, first and second place respectively, share the lead of the standings at 24 points with France by Quentin Delabier (2-4-3 results today) awaiting the last three qualifying exams scheduled for tomorrow.

Great Britain completed the virtual podium in third place for the legendary Sir Ben Ainsley to a total of 22 points thanks to a day in step up (8-2-1 partial in the three races), but United States by Jamie Spittel (3-5-4) and New Zealand by Peter Burling (1-6-5) with a score of 21, in addition to Spain (led by Jordi Zammar) in sixth place with a total of 19 points.

More disconnected from the game and now almost out of the game in light of the final (the top 3 teams from qualifying go into the crucial regatta) Canada, Switzerland and Denmark.

General classification day – 1 sailing ship Spain 2022

1. Australia 24 points

2- France 24

3. Great Britain 22

4. USA 21

5- New Zealand 21

6- Spain 19

7- Canada 12

8- Switzerland 10

9. Denmark 9

Credit: SailGP Free Editorial Use

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