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Final Report from the Asia Pacific Masters
Final report from Peter Seidenberg:
The regatta is history now. We had one race, as per schedule, giving us 10 in total and two throw-outs. The wind was light, W 5-6. The left side paid due to teaser backings, especially on the second windward leg. I recognized that and played the left side, but not boldly enough and lost a promising second place half way up the second beat and finished the race in 7th pace. The young Thai who had been 2 points behind me in 5th place overall won the race and managed to trade places with me. My second GGM position was never in doubt, though. In the Standard fleet, Colin Dibb from Australia finished 4th in that race and retained his 5th place overall as top Master.