Despite an overcast and threatening sky, the race committee decided to not waste time by sending the fleet as early as possible in the morning with the clear goal of validating the maximum of races in this second day of competition. [more]

A medium breeze up to 17 knots, as its best, gathered the 53 racers with the return of the sun in the Indonesian beautiful sky. Morning 2 races saw the Philippines, with Geylord Coveta, attacking with 2 clear victories while the current Hong Kong leader has responded with 2 bullets in the afternoon races.

In the women fleet, a clear 4 bullets for Ma Kwan Ching from Hong Kong ahead of the Japanese Hisui Takahashi and Indonesian Rio Hoiriah.

The 2013 RS:One World Champion, Cheng Kwok Fai, from Hong Kong has been affirming his lead on the 2012 RS:One World Champion Geylord Coveta but the Games are far from being over with 3 more race days and possibly a marathon race on Friday.

Results after 6 races

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Credit photos Howie Choo

Results after 6 races
1- Cheng Kwok Fai – HKG
2- Geylord Coveta – PHI
3- Igusti Made Oka Sulaksana – INA

1- Ma Kwan Ching – HKG
2- Hisui Takahashi – JPN
3- Rio Hoiriah – INA

Espoir Men:
1- Kendell Nick Magmanlac – PHI
2- Yancy Kalbigan – PHI
3- Gabriel Brettell – HKG

Espoir Women:
1- Ma Kwan Ching – HKG
2- Hisui Takahashi – JPN
3- Ayumi Tsutsui – JPN

Master Men:
1- Igusti Made Oka Sulaksana – INA
2- Micah Sampelan – INA
3- Shunsuke Narita – JPN