Krystal finished 2nd to Paige Railey (USA) and third was Juan (PUR).
We had a great event, with 8 races in four days. It was a tricky event with over 100 radial competitors. The race committee and organisers did a fantastic job of organising over 200 competitors, full rigs + 4.7 sailors. We had a range of light variable winds off the land and from the seabreeze direction.
We had an exciting last race with the race committee just sending us off in time before the last possible start time of 2pm. It was sudden death with the black flag being hoisted straight away. I had accumulated a very small buffer from the tight lineup of competitors behind me. It was important for me to just keep it simple and sail my race, without risking the blackflag start. After a poor start at the pin i worked my way back through the fleet, doing enough to take 2nd place behind Paige.
Thank you to all who have helped me to make this US trip happen. Lihan Family, Funk Family, Billing Family, Mark & Marit NED ( all the tow outs and fun times) and Sarah Lihan (goodluck with your next challenge!), Anna (for your modes of transport!)
I am now heading home before my next trip to Palma in Spain for the next instalment of the ISAF World Cup.