After the second day of the world cup in windsurfing is Kiran Badloe are better than Dorian van Rijsselberghe. The two surfers will compete in Australia for the one olympic ticket at the RS:X class.
Badloe (25), won Wednesday’s two out of the three races and the other race is for second. Two-time olympic champion Van Rijsselberghe (31), was, successively, the second, the second and the third, up to the third spot in the standings.
Its competitor, Badloe, has yet to always be in the lead by 7 points. As for the worst race of each participant and the results will be deleted, there is an eighteenth-place of the Van Rijsselberghe, on the day of the opening to the void. He is, after a few days, on 12 points.
“To this day, it is very, very well,” said Badloe. “We had to wait a while until the wind of what went down, but in the end, we will have three races to sail in challenging conditions.”
After the first two days, the participants split into two parts, Badloe, Van Rijsselberghe and the other to the top of the leader board then start sailing in the gold fleet.
“The standings are still close to each other, so tomorrow we are going to really customize the results to see it. I’m very much looking forward to”, it looks Badloe forward.
State CHAMPIONSHIP in windsurfing RS:X class
- 1. Kiran Badloe (NED) 7 points
- 2. Pawel Tarnowski (POL) 11
- 3. Dorian van Rijsselberghe (NED) 12 points
- 4. Tom Reuveny (ISR), 16 points
- 5. Thomas Goyard (FRA) 18 points
Van Rijsselberghe, There is still a lot of work to be done’
Van Rijsselberghe was glad that he was able to repair a small hole in it. “That first day, sitting in the back of my mind. I had not seen it, but I am very good pick up and reasonable races to go. But I’m still not completely satisfied with the result, as long as I don’t win.”
“There is still work to be done, but it’s going in the right direction. Tomorrow, it’s going to turn around. That’s when the gloves are off”, according to the Texel breed.
Lilian de Geus, who is already qualified for the Olympics in the RS:X class, has retained its third place in the overall standings in the women’s.
Van Rijsselberghe (in yellow), and Badloe (blue). (Photo: Getty Images)
To battle for an olympic ticket, it takes until Saturday
Van Rijsselberghe and Badloe are both the best in the world, but only one of them is allowed to go to the Olympic Games in Tokyo, japan. A summary of the results of the world CHAMPIONSHIP of 2018, 2019 and 2020, is the key.
The world cup of 2018 and 2019 took both of the competitors one gold and one silver, which makes the current tournament in Australia will need to be made. Van Rijsselberghe was the two-time olympic champion (2012 and 2016), while Badloe is still waiting for its debut at the Games.
Van Rijsselberghe and Badloe, who, in spite of their struggles to be on good terms with each other, to live, to come to Saturday’s action at the world cup.