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Festival of Sails - IRC Championship - Shogun empire
by Tom Smeaton on 28 Jan 2013
Shogun approaching the finish - 2013 IRC Australian Championships Tom Smeaton
Festival of Sails 2013. Geelong put on great weather for the championships with ten to twenty knots of wind and flat seas. The series which was taken out by Shogun on a count back from Hooligan. Black Jack got line honors for every race but narrowly missed out on handicap.
Shogun powered up and going for it - 2013 IRC Australian Championships © Tom Smeaton
Hooligan beating Calm two by three second in race 9 - 2013 IRC Australian Championships © Tom Smeaton
Black Jack or jumping Jack - 2013 IRC Australian Championships © Tom Smeaton
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