Day 4 - Course B

After three days of light winds it was all change today when fresh westerlies blew up ideal championship conditions of 15-20 knots and over on Dublin Bay. Only 41 points separate the top ten sailors overall as the massive 229-boat boys fleet is split into gold, silver, bronze and emerald divisions for the final two days of the regatta. Although protests were still being heard at the time of writing, and results are provisional, American Henry Marshall, ninth overall at the 2015 World Championships, leads the boys after eight races by a margin of eight nett points. Keeping Irish podium hopes on Saturday very much alive are two top ten performances from Howth's Ewan McMahon in second overall on 28 points and the host club's own Conor O'Beirne in seventh.

  Boys Green - Gybe Mark  
  Men - Gybe Mark  
  Boys Red - Gybe Mark  
  Boys Green - Gybe Mark  


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