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18ft Skiffs- Full video replay of Race 2 and 3 of Australian Nationals

by Sail-World.com/nz on 29 Jan 2014
Tight spinnaker action - 2014 Australian 18ft Skiff Championships - Race 2 Frank Quealey © /Australian 18 Footers League http://www.18footers.com.au
Full video replay of Race 3 of the 2014 18ft Skiff Nationals sailed on Sydney harbour on January 26, 2014

The race was also Race 3 of the NSW State Championships and Race 5 of the Club Championships



Full video replay of Race 2 of the 2014 18ft Skiff Nationals sailed on Sydney Harbour on January 19, 2014

The race was also Race 2 of the NSW State Championships and Race4 of the Club Championships



And for those who missed the replay of Race 1 of the 2014 Australian Nationals

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