The sailor Nicholas Heiner in the night from Friday to Saturday (local time) at the Melbourne world CHAMPIONSHIPS, a silver captured in the Finn class.
Heiner was the medalrace a place in the final, and that was enough to take overall second place. The title went to New Zealander Johs Junior, who finished seventh and ended the medalrace. The bronze was seized by the Hungarian Zsombor Berecz.
“It was not easy for Josh, a Junior, still have to pick up the point difference with him was great. But we went for it,” he said of the case, Heiner. “On the second beat and went with the wind, a hard-to-left. I was too far to the right, causing two of the boats and me, passing by.”
“I’m happy with the way the world is, but I’m a bit of a double feeling,” he continued. “Looking at my constant uitslagenserie, did it really have been this week. We know, in any case, we’re going to be working in the next period of time, and then we will go out more quickly.”
The silver medal was not only a personal success for the Radiography. Due to the medals at their home race is allowed in the Netherlands for the second year in a row, the best performing zeilland at the world CHAMPIONSHIPS, for example, after the two world titles, two silver medals and one bronze, world CHAMPIONSHIPS a-stick, were captured.