Junior World Championship – Day 3

Miami, FL, USA, January 5, 2024

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Miami, FL, USA, January 5, 2024.

It was breeze ON for day three of the Snipe Junior World Championship!

With winds averaging 15-16 knots and gusting over 20, sailors were treated to some triangle courses and epic reach legs for race 5 and race 6 of the series.

American brothers Justin and Mitchell Callahan remain on top of the fleet after a banner day, going 1-1 in both races. Second and third place saw a reversal of yesterday, with the Spanish team Carlos Bermudez de Castro Castro and Cesar Herrero Baspino moving to second over Chileans Agustin Segovia and Vicente Larrain. American teams Peter Foley & Henry Tindall and Audrey Foley & Avery Baldwin are sitting just outside the top three – and with the ability to drop their worst score tomorrow after race 7, things could get even closer!

With the completion of race 7 tomorrow, competitors will be able to drop their worst result from the scores. A number of competitors in and around the top 15 have big scores to drop – so standings are sure to shake up.

Results after 6 races:

  1. USA Justin Callahan / Mitchell Callahan, 21
  2. ESP Carlos Bermudez de Castro Castro / Cesar Herrero Baspino, 57
  3. CHI Agustin Segovia / Vicente Larrain, 66
  4. USA Peter Foley / Henry Tindall, 68
  5. USA Audrey Foley / Avery Baldwin, 70
  6. USA Liam O’Keefe / Noah Zittrer, 77
  7. CAY Matheo Capasso / Kelly Holthus, 80
  8. BRA Newton Passos / Joaquim Fernandez, 84
  9. PER Alec Hughes / Valentina Lyon, 88
  10. ESP Juan Fernandez Maldonado / Martin Fresneda Gazquez, 89



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