Korea Cup 2013 - High level of competition + Video
by Michael Pateniotis on 17 Jun 2013
The Korea Cup 2013, the top offshore sailing event in South Korea, finished leaving the best impressions and memories to competitors and organisers. The two demanding and tiring offshore legs taking the fleet from Uljin to Ulleung island and from Dokdo islands back to Uljin offered great moments to the teams competing. The natural beauty of the islands and the hospitality of the locals were only few of the things that made this race unique.
Team GAC Pindar’s Ian Williams during the finals of Korea Match Cup 2013 © Gareth Cooke/Subzero Images
From light to strong winds and from clear skies to rainy weather the sixth Korea Cup had it all. With participations from every corner of the world and with a high level of competition the Korea Cup 2013 filled up all expectations and continues the tradition of great sailing events organised in South Korea. The full highlights movie of the race with extra footage and interviews from the crews in now available here:
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