Spain's Silvia Mas Depares/Paula Barcelo Martin today successfully defended their Junior World title and France's Hippolyte Machetti/Sidoine Dantès claimed their first 470 Junior World Championship victory.
Today Typhoon #15 changed direction, again influencing the weather conditions at Enoshima and serving up another thrilling two races.
With the imminent arrival of Typhoon No. 15 in 2 days, the advance weather conditions kicked up the breeze and sea on race day 4 at the 2017 470 Junior World Championships in Japan.
A gentle southerly sea breeze started to fill in the race area around 1100 hours with a breeze of 10 knots when racing was scheduled to start.
Race day 2 at the 2017 470 Junior Worlds in Enoshima was forecast to be breezy and Sagima Bay kept to its reputation delivering between 15-25 knots of breeze and waves.