Costa Brava came to life early on day four as the wind arrived before twelve o’clock and an action packed day ensued. After six high-octane hours on the water, two and a half eliminations were completed. As the racing came to a close it was Bjorn Dunkerbeck who stole the show, and Julien Quentel was the only other one having sailed brilliantly all the day to make all the winners’ final and gaining a great 2nd position overall, ahed of team mate Antoine Albeau.
Antoine showed a great form, gaining brilliantly all the winners’ finals but then he went over the line early on the first winners’ final of the day, and he fell upon entry of the second gybe in the second winners’ final of the day, to find himself bringing up the rear of the fleet.
Men’s Slalom Standings After Elimination 4
1st Bjorn Dunkerbeck
2nd Julien Quentel (RRD / NeilPryde)
3rd Antoine Albeau (RRD / NeilPryde)