USA'S 420 GIRLS AND BOYS TEAMS TAKE OUT ALL RACE WINS ON DAY 3 AT YOUTH WORLDS
Continuing their impressive show of form and experience on the waters off Corpus Christi, Texas, the USA's Carmen Cowles/Emma Cowles and Joseph Hermus/Walter Henry again dominated the race track, both matching each other by winning both races.
The reigning gold medalists, Carmen and Emma Cowles count a string of race wins, after discarding their UFD in race 3 on day 2, and hold a nine-point lead over Vita Heathcote and Emilia Boyle of Great Britain and Spain's Julia Minana Delhom and Silvia Sebastia Borso di Carminati.
JC Hermus/Walter Henry's back to back wins puts them on a 12-point lead over Australia's Otto Henry and Rome Featherstone, with Poland's Kacper Paszek/Bartek Reiter 7 points behind in third.
Racing continues on Thursday with 2 more races.
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About the Youth Worlds
The Youth Worlds was first held in Sweden in 1971. The 2018 Youth Sailing World Championships will be the 48th edition of the championship.
As the regatta evolved further classes were added to bring the best young sailing talent across the world together in one place and in 1984 the Mistral windsurfer was added to the list of events with Knut Budig (GER) taking the first gold medal in San Diego, California.
Past notable winners include American's Cup skippers, Chris Dickson (NZL), Russell Coutts (NZL), Dean Barker (NZL); Olympic medallists, Nathan Outteridge (AUS), Iain Jensen (AUS), Robert Scheidt (BRA), Amelie Lux (GER), Ben Ainslie (GBR), Iain Percy (GBR), Alessandra Sensini (ITA), Elise Rechichi (AUS) and Tessa Parkinson (AUS); Volvo Ocean Race sailors like Stuart Bannatyne (NZL) and Richard Clarke (CAN).