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JJ Giltinan Championship – Race 3 images by Craig Greenhill

by Craig Greenhill on 5 Mar 2014
2014 JJ Giltinan 18ft Skiff Championship Race 3 Craig Greenhill
Photographer Craig Greenhill was out on the water during the JJ Giltinan Championship to capture these images during Race 3.









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