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ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami - Olympic class excitement

by Sail Canada on 25 Jan 2014
ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami 2014 Miami OCR 2014
The ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami is set to deliver a week packed full of Olympic class excitement starting Monday January 27th, including 10 Olympic and 3 Paralympic events. There is strength in numbers as the Canadian contingent maintains the highest participation rank, behind the USA, with 91 registrants. GBR rounds out the top attendees with 40 sailors rallying for positions.

Heavy hitters in the Canadian fleets include Greg Douglas in the Finn, Bruce Millar in the 2.4mR, Lee Parkhill in the Laser and Paul Tingley, Logan Campbell and Scott Lutes in the Sonar.

With six days of racing scheduled for most fleets, there is sure to be lots of action as sailors battle for position on the top of the board!

Stay tuned to follow the Canadian Results and see updates as each day of racing progresses.

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