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Press Conference with Chicago Yacht Club's Greg Freeman

by Chicago Yacht Club on 20 Jul 2011
Greg Freeman, Chairman Mackinac Committee Event Media
Chicago Yacht Club's 103rd Race to Mackinac presented by Veuve Clicquot.

Press Conference audio - Greg Freeman, Chair of the Race to Mackinac Committee

Hi-res images available for media registered thru the www.cycracetomackinac.com Press Room.

If you have trouble playing the audio files, please right click on the link and Save target As for Windows or Command click for Mac users to save the Greg Freeman part 1 Greg Freeman Part 2 audio

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