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SailGP, Australia Slingsby on top of Cadiz. Spithill at -1, Ainslie defends himself, Burling collapses – OA Sport

The sixth stage of the SailGP 2021-2022 started in Cadiz (Spain), a sailing competition with a total prize pool of one million dollars organized by Russell Coates, among others. First day in Iberia with three races scheduled.

To close in front of everyone was Australia led by icon Tom SlingsbyAble to excel by 19 points. The second places in race-1 and race-3, along with the fourth place in race-4, allowed the current champions to take I finished my first day driving a point ahead of the US. Led Assembly James Spiethl, captain of the Luna Rossa team during the last America’s Cup, won race 3 and thus returned to the top after the third and fifth places.

Surprising Denmark, Nikolai Sistede, and Great Britain led by Ben Inslee, trailed by four points. Ben Ainsley, who captained the Ineos Uk during the last America’s Cup and had already set out to find the Old Pitcher (this week he introduced the new team), excelled in the -1 race, but paid dearly for the seventh and fourth places.

Spain led by Phil Robertson won the second match but only finished fifth (14 points), ahead of Disappointing in Japan by Nathan Outridge (13) and mestissisima New Zealand (10 points for Peter BurlingThe captain of the New Zealand national football team in their recent victory in the America’s Cup.

The updated general classification, after five and a half stages, is as follows: Japan 37, USA 35, Australia 35, Great Britain 34, Spain 31, New Zealand 30. Tomorrow two more races and the final are scheduled (except for bad weather that requires a programming review).

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