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Sharpie Nationals 2013 - Action video aand photos from Adelaide
by paul bulley on 11 Jan 2013
National Champions Mal Higgins, Sam Sanderson and Andrew Chisholm in ’Focus’ - 70th Australian Sharpie Nationals Harry Fisher
66 Lightweight Sharpies engaged in weeklong battle (Dec. 27, 2012 to Jan. 5, 2013) in testy Sharpie sailing conditions with average breeze of 20+ knots. The Sharpie Nationals 2013 was hosted by Brighton Seacliffe Yachtclub, Adelaide, SA.
Sharpies on the first reach in Race 3 - 70th Australian Sharpie Nationals © Ann Schmidt
Sharpies doing their finals preparations for Heat 1 - 70th Australian Sharpie Nationals © Harry Fisher
Sharpies beating up the upwind leg - 70th Australian Sharpie Nationals © Harry Fisher
Sharpies flying with their spinnakers up - 70th Australian Sharpie Nationals © Harry Fisher
Steve Luders in "Nightmare" with Ilona Flockhart and Brad Luders - 70th Australian Sharpie Nationals © Ann Schmidt
"Watch Out For The Scooby" doing their final preparations - 70th Australian Sharpie Nationals © Harry Fisher
The conditions from the beach at Brighton & Seacliff Yacht Club - 70th Australian Sharpie Nationals © Harry Fisher
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