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Start Of Quarter Finals Postponed To Tomorrow


Start Of Quarter Finals Postponed To Tomorrow Due To Strong Winds

The Race Committee announced this morning at 08.00 that racing for today has been postponed due to the strong winds expected on the Hauraki Gulf later in the day. All matches will be rescheduled tomorrow. The Race Committee is also considering to schedule racing on Friday, November 15, orginally an "off" day.

The weather conditions on the Hauraki Gulf today show SW winds of 16-20 knots becoming SSW 22-28 knots. The situation should improve tomorrow when winds of SSW of 15-20 knots are expected.

CALENDAR FOR TOMORROW - NOVEMBER 13 Romeo - Match 4 Wight Lightning GBR 70 versus Stars & Stripes USA 77 Romeo - Match 1 Alinghi SUI 64 versus Luna Rossa ITA 74 * Juliet - Match 3 Orm SWE 73 versus Le Defi FRA 69 Juliet - Match 2 Oracle BMW Racing USA 76 versus OneWorld USA 65

* Match broacasted live on TV.

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