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Byte CII Worlds - Barrows steals the spotlight

by Byte Class Association on 24 Aug 2009
Ian Barrows Byte Class http://bytechamps.org/
Byte CII Worlds - A young US Virgin Islands sailor, Ian Barrows, had a day of 'firsts' starting with his first time in a Byte. He is not leading the regatta but he does sit in third, only four points out of first place with some exceptional sailing.
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