Jörg made it to goal late as well, and in rigid class Tim got in 3rd, so he might keep his lead. In swift class, Manfred Ruhmer won the day. I landed after the 5th turnpoint, and when I face the strong head wind (and a lot of hills and trees in my way), I chose to land on a slope where already about 10 pilots landed before. One of them even pulled out a wind sock for me to show the wind direction and the gusts! That helped me a lot to do a good landing. Yesterday many people had destroyed parts of their gliders, as we landed in a really turbulent, gusty wind or even in rain.
Tomorrow is hopefully a day without wind, but with higher cloud base and better thermals. I really want to see the high mountains behind us, and I also want to go and visit Chrigel Maurer in the air. He is leading the Red Bull XAlps competition by almost 200km already, and tomorrow our paths could cross!