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Images from Team Australia's finish at end of new record mark

by Peter Idoine on 19 Oct 2013
Team Australia sets the record from Sydney to Auckland - October 19, 2013 Peter Idoine

Peter Idoine was driving for the Sail-World photographer, this morning when Team Australia set the new record mark for the Sydney to Auckland crossing, of two days 17 hours.

When not driving he fired off these images of the historic event.









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