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Coastal Classic- Team Australia wins - Langman interviewed - Video

by ARG Marine Media on 26 Oct 2013
Sean Langman (white) and Mike Sanderson (right) before the Start of Coastal Classic 2013, Waitemata Harbour, October 25, 2013 © Richard Gladwell http://www.richardgladwell.com

Tommo from ARG Marine Media was on the water to catch the winning finish of Team Australia in the 2013 Coastal Classic, and talked with skipper Sean Langman and Volvo Ocean race winner, Mike Sanderson, who was recruited for the race.

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