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Lipton Cup Regatta - Teri Dodds Images

by Teri Dodds on 19 Nov 2011
Division A race start - Lipton Cup Regatta 2011 Teri Dodds © http://www.teridodds.com
It was a wet start to the Lipton Cup Regatta, in Melbourne today, as the heavens opened for most of today's racing. A light 5 - 10 knot NW greeted the fleet but so did the rain, which made for some unpleasant conditions on the water. As the day progressed the wind, did a virtual 180 degree shift, and the breeze kicked in to around 20 knots.


Here is a selection of Teri's images from today.
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