Advertisement

Noreaster Postpones Velux in Norfolk

News brief

April 16, 2007
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest
Share on email
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest
Share on email

NBVelux

Onedition

The scheduled start of the final leg of the Velux 5 Oceans was postponed on Sunday by noreaster storm that has been tormenting the United States’ East Coast. The low pressure system could linger in the Norfolk, Va. starting area until Tuesday. Race organizers and the skippers will continue to meet every 12 hours with weather experts to assess the situation.Of the seven skippers who started the race, the four remaining are Bernard Stamm, who has all but clinched victory with an enormous lead, Kojiro Shiraishi, currently in second, and Sir Robin Knox-Johnston and Unai Basurko, who are in a tight race for third place.For more Velux 5 Oceans news, click here.

Advertisement

More Racing

Advertisement
Advertisement