He has got his 12 points after finishing second at the open stone and at the heavy weight. He finished third at the hammer and fifth at the caber
Dan Mac KIM is second with 14 points after the first day of competition and Scott RIDER is third with 15 points.
After 4 events:
1- Matt VINCENT, USA 12 points
2- Dan Mac KIM, USA 14 points
3- Scott RIDER, England, 15 points
4- Lucasz WENTA, Poland, 19 points
5- Matt DOHERTY, Canada 19 points
6- Sebastian WENTA, Poland, 21 points
7- Craig SINCLAIR, Scotland 22 points
8-Sinclair PATIENCE,Scotland 27 points
9- Pieter-Karst BOUMA, Holland 33 points
10- Jimmy VAN DE WALLE, Belgium 39 points
11- Jono Mac FARLANE, New Zealand, 45 points
12- Robert FAZEKAS, Hungary 46 points
Scott RIDER (in the middle) won the open stone and the caber.
Dan Mac KIM (on the right) won the heavy weight for distance but the surprise of the day is Craig SINCLAIR's victory at the light Hammer.
This is a fantastic achievement for him when we know that he did better than Dan Mc KIM, the World record holder.
His throw (43.61 m) is a new record in Bressuire.
And after the first day, the throwers were also very pleased to sign autographs for their supporters.
See you soon
Alain CADU, speaker-blogger