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Olympic Lunch at the CYCA

by Lisa Ratcliff on 24 Oct 2000
470 crew from Australia, Jenny Armstrong and Belinda Stowell Will Oxley
Come and hear 470 gold medallists Jenny Armstrong & Belinda Stowell and their Coach and Laser bronze medallist Michael Blackburn describe their medal winning performances. Olympic Coaches Mike Fletcher & Dayne Sharp have also been invited as guest speakers.

Cost $110 per ticket includes a three-course meal & beer, wine, champagne & soft drink.
Tickets available from Reception on (02) 9363 9731 (tables of up to 10 preferred).
Payment must accompany bookings. Tickets are limited so get in early!

Proceeds go to the Youth Sailing Academy
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