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Arenal Training Camp - Day 1 images by Jesus Renedo

by Sail-World.com on 18 Mar 2014
49er action on day 1 © Jesus Renedo/Arenal Training Camp http://jrenedo.photoshelter.com/
Photographer Jesus Renedo was on deck for day one of the Arenal Training Camp in Palma to capture this selection of images. Enjoy!










For more, visit Jesus's website.

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