Day 2 of FORK was hosted on Wolfe Island and was only possible through the generosity of the Crothers Family. We were put up with a beautiful venue and flat water conditions boasting 14-18 knots.
Due to tricky launch and landing conditions we completed 6 races in a row and called it a day. Race committee kept water and food for competitors so they could have on-water breaks. Racing was spectacular and the course was perfect thanks to our dedicated volunteers. My results were consistently mid-fleet and I’ve been happy with my improvement so far.
I want to take a chance to thank my friends for volunteering and thank Kitebroker and FONE Canada for helping me out this year!