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J/24 World Championship - 96 teams set for Rochester battle

by Christopher E. Howell on 17 Sep 2012
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The J/24 World Championship is set to take place in Rochester, New York from the 17th-21st September where 96 teams from twelve countries - representing Argentina, Barbados, Bermuda, Brazil, Canada, Chile, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Peru and the United States will meet to battle for supremacy.

Ten races are planned and the fleet boasts an impressive array of talent and past champions from around the world. A complete list of entrants may be found on the regatta J24 Worlds website
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