Although only 5 flex and 1 rigid made it in to goal today, from what I've heard most everyone had a fun struggle. They called a 124km triangle(ish) task around the valley. Turns out conditions were quite a strong as expected and cloudbase was lower than the 3000 meters predicted. The Italians ruled the day with Elio in first and Suan just seconds behind him. Balasz came in a bit later on the longest, worst looking glide I've seen in a while. We all thought he had no chance of making it in. Freddie and Tullio weren't far behind him. I think it took them all more than four hours.
Young Tim Grabowski, rigid wing world champion, was the only Class 5 glider in goal.
Suan was a happy camper.