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by Garrick Cameron on 7 Jan 2014
Alex Vallings and Fraser Brown (NZL) 12ft Skiff Interdominions, Day 4, Worser Bay, Wellington, NZ Garrick Cameron © http://www.studio5.co.nz/

Garrick Cameron was on hand at the fourth day of racing at the Interdominion 12ft Skiffs at Wellington's Worser Bay.









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