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Russel Wood at the top mark. Seriously, it is... - OK Dinghy Interdominion Championship
Photographer, Alex McKinnon, displays her images from the last day of the OK Dinghy Interdominion Championships that were sailed out of the Black Rock Yacht Club.

In Melbourne, the Westerly quadrant breeze climbed in to 25 knots and the seaway built with it. In the end, the final race of the day and the regatta was abandoned. New Zealand's, Greg Wilcox, who has been around the class for at least 30 years, was crowned the Interdominion Champion after a count back. Mark Jackson from BRYC took out the Australian title.

Michael Brown and Chris Visick in amongst the waves. - OK Dinghy Interdominion Championship

Close competition was a common feature of the OKs... - OK Dinghy Interdominion Championship

Phillip Dubbin goes into the wing mark. - OK Dinghy Interdominion Championship

It is Michael Williams in amongst the spray. - OK Dinghy Interdominion Championship

Another sailor in the spray - this one is Brent Williams. - OK Dinghy Interdominion Championship

Peter Robinson also does the spray thing... - OK Dinghy Interdominion Championship

The winner - New Zealand's Greg Wilcox. - OK Dinghy Interdominion Championship

Part of the fleet over some of that Port Phillip chop. - OK Dinghy Interdominion Championship

Nigel Mannering makes a real splash of it. - OK Dinghy Interdominion Championship
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