Final beauty of the 2nd act of the Grand Prix Guyader

Sunday, May 8, 2011 5:20 p.m.

The wind and the sun were to go down today for the second act curtain of the Grand Prix Guyader. In M34, Oman Sail’s men managed their lead in the standings yesterday and keep the leader ship, for Nicolas Beranger, Longtze in a bikini for the life he has won 9 races at 8 and confirms the nickname assigned to it by Alain Gautier, Longtze master ‘.

Country Lights
The Bay of Douarnenez is a nautical stadium among the finest on the Atlantic coast. Today, the light had an appointment with the breeze for the greatest happiness of the sailors present on the Grand Prix Guyader. Blowing at 25 knots, South wind, supported, has caused some spectacular ‘bulk’ for Longtze who returned to port after two races, while the M34, fond of the atmosphere for the less toned, chained three races.
In M 34, Rochelais Cedric Pouligny who skippered the boat to the colors of the Sultanate of Oman has, with his crew, managing his overall lead in avoiding all the pitfalls of a water agitated to ensure the very victory. For these new boats coming in Douarnenez was additional training in their preparation for the Tour de France Sailing Race. “Omanis are not yet seasoned in such conditions. Since we have this new boat, it never happened. The beginning of the season, has instead offered a time lady “ says Cedric Pouligny. Good performance as Credit Mutuel de Bretagne led by Nicolas Troussel who wins two out of three races today and ranks as the third step of the podium, while Ile de France to win second place by one point ahead of the Britons .
Winning bet for the Grand Prize which offered Guyader and once again the opportunity for sailors to explain the beautiful lake of Douarnenez.

The celebration continues
Wearing Tréboul will, tomorrow, vibrate with the cries of children in schools with the Grand Prix in Douarnenez Optimist will continue Tuesday and Thursday. More than 200 children and will race in the channel Tréboul and before the White Sands beach.
The next weekend will open a page in a colorful Guyader for the Grand Prix with the World Championship and Junior Kite Master, Nah Skwell Up Paddle Trophy and doors open at Port Rhu.

Year after year, the Grand Prix wins, obviously, intensity, and thus confirms that the bay of Douarnenez is a considerable asset for animation and the city’s economy.

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