Foil Kingston / FORK 2021

This year was the 6th round of the foil regatta held in Kingston, called FORK. It was part of a larger foiling regatta which included Wind foilers, Wazp Sailors, and foiling catamarans. The conditions were pretty amazing all weekend and we ended up with 3 full days of racing.

After the first day of racing I was leading the event with results of 2nd, 1st, 1st, 2nd. It was extremely close racing with Mike and Matt. The entire event I raced on the largest of my kites, the 21 meter. Even though the wind was light, the conditions were consistent and allowed the race officer to complete a total of 12 races.

In the end, Mike took 1st place and I followed in second by a 3 point difference over the 12 races. I’m feeling pretty good about the result and know I need to keep pushing the start line in order to get ahead early.

Looking forward to racing in a few weeks time at the next Sail Canada National Team Qualification even, CORK.


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