On day second day of the PWA World Cup, Lena Erdi leads at Women’s and Matteo Lachino leads in Men’s.
The championship is taking place in Hvide Sande, Denmark.
According to the predictions, the racing jumped into life on the day two of the Waterz Hvide Sande PWA World Cup (WHSPWAWC) 2017. The good weather condition allowed the two opening races for the Women’s and Men’s fleets to be completed in the winds of 8-20 knots. Matteo Iachino who lead in the Men’s couldn’t have wished better start than this, as he came flying out the blocks to win both eliminations, on the hand, Lena Erdil who lead the women’s class also heads up for the women’s rankings after having a strong start in the race.
The day two of the event was led by the Lena Erdil after having an excellent start to proceedings. The 28-year-old started with a well-taken bullet before backing it up securing the solid second place.
Erdil now moves into the day three races with the lead of two point lead over Sarah-Quita Offringa, who started slow to the final in Elimination. This also means that she had to settle down in the fourth place, before hitting back instantly with a clinical victory in the round two eliminations to keep herself strongly in contention and she is perfectly composed to attack tomorrow.
At the same time, Delphine Cousin Questel who completes the top three on six points at present after having the 2nd and fourth place finishes, while fellow Marion Mortefon the French woman is in the running in fourth position still.
Last year Matteo Iachino won the first ever event at the same place and this year as well, raced really well and give a tough competition to his competitors.