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America's Cup 35 - Challengers of Record first press conference

by Sail-World on 7 Oct 2013
Bob Oatley . .
An extended ABC (Australia's National broadcasters) press conference with Bob and Sandy Oatley, provides a window into the 35th Americas Cup from the Challenger of Record's perspective.

Music to the ears of sailors, who want to ensure that the 35th Cup will have more of an emphasis on sailing.

Enthusiasm for the challenges ahead from Australia's pre-eminent big boat sailing family, who campaign Wild Oats XI, the 100 foot supermaxi, six times line honours winner in the Sydney to Hobart race.



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