Sailing

Skipper Stu McNay and crew David Hughes tied for second after two days of ISAF Sailing World Cup

 

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Skipper Stu McNay of Providence, R.I. and crew David Hughes of Miami are tied for second in the 29-boat men’s 470 fleet after two days of light-wind racing in the ISAF Sailing World Cup on Biscayne Bay.

Sitting beside the Americans are Croatia’s Sime Fantela and Igor Marenic while France’s Sofian Bouvet and Jeremie Mion held onto the top spot Tuesday.

In the 50-boat Laser Radial class, defending champ Paige Railey of Clearwater maintained her lead for the second day.

More than 500 sailors from 50 countries are competing in ten Olympic and four Paralympic classes of boats through Saturday.

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