Max Wojcik: second victory in a row

Light winds on the last day of the Raceboard World Championships in Liepaja limited the competitors to just one race to complete the 14 race series.

Toni Colomar (ESP 66) put in a great effort to win the last race, but it would not be enough to move him past fellow Spaniard, Curro Manchon (ESP 9) and on to the podium.

Curro sealed 3rd overall with a 2nd in today's race.

Congratulations to Max Wojcik retaining the title he won last year in Germany.

1st Maksymilian Wojcik (POL 7)
2nd Patrik Pollak (SVK 1)
3rd Curro Manchon (ESP 9)

Top three in the overall results in each age group, and prize, division:

Women
1 Vita Matise (LAT 1)
2 Ilona Grinberga (LAT 18)
3 Jana Slivova (CZE 26)

Master
1 Patrik Pollak (SVK 1)
2 Juha Blinnikka (FIN 6)
3 Tero Toivonen (FIN 153)

Grandmaster
1 Bernard Buren (FRA 1881)
2 Seppo Lehti (FIN 23)
3 Heikki Reijonen (FIN 808)

Veteran
1 Gunars Rozenbergs (LAT 14)
2 Jean Asia (FRA 17)
3 Pawel Frydrychowicz (POL 125)

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