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Final Day of the stunning 2017 International Dragon Worlds hosted by the Clube Naval de Cascais. Leading all of the week long regatta, Andy Beadsworth, Ali Tezdiker and Simon Fry clinch the World Championship - consistent throughout the regatta and never look back sailing Provezza Dragon (TUR1212). The other two podium positions were closely fought with the Russian's Annapurna (RUS27) taking second and Lawrie Smith (Alfie GBR 815) with his Portuguese crew securing third.
Following the abandonment of Day Four due to lack of wind, racing started in earnest with two back to back. Desert Eagle (UAE 9), Hendrik Witzmann, picked up the honours with the podium and race two was dominated by Lawrie Smith (Alfie GBR 815)..
Third Day of the Cascais Dragon Worlds got two back to back races completed before the expected high winds on Thursday. Consistency is the key in this highly competitive class and Andy Beadsworth, helming Provezza Dragon (TUR 1212), is certainly proving this extending his overall lead with a 4th and 2nd from today.
Day Two of the Cascais Dragon Worlds with 70 entries from 19 countries, 219 competitors including 24 Corinthian and 10 Masters crews. Beadsworth in Provezza Dragon (TUR1212) takes the podium in the first race but Desert Holly (GER 1162), Stephan Link, took the second race of the day. The Russian team, Annapurna (RUS27), is lying second place overall with joint 12 points with Provezza Dragon after some consistent results in this very tight fleet.
Day One at the Cascais Dragon World Championship 2017 hosted by the Club Naval de Cascais. Provezza Dragon (TUR 1212) is leading the fleet after picking up the bullet with the one race. Helmed by the Brit, Andy Beadsworth, with Ali Tezdiker and Simon Fry.