Annalise Murphy was one of four sailors to have made the perfect start to their title challenge at the 2013 Laser European & World Championships on Dublin Bay today. Each of the three championship fleets sailed two races in offshore westerly winds which varied from 11 to 18 knots, the gusts carrying big changes in wind direction and pressure.

Making early errors – reading the first shifts wrong, getting off the start lines poorly or choosing the wrong side of the first upwinds – proved most costly. Often the shape of the races were shaped by the first windward mark...

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  Radial Women - Gybe Mark  
  Radial Men - 1st Windard  
  Radial Women - 2nd Windward  
  Radial Men - Gybe Mark  


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