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TP52 Southern Cross Cup - Images from Teri Dodds

by Teri Dodds on 8 Feb 2013
Calm 2 had a good day around the track - TP52 Southern Cross Cup 2013 Teri Dodds © http://www.teridodds.com
The TP52 fleet today made history on Port Phillip in Melbourne, with the commencement of their inaugural TP52 Southern Cross Cup. Teri Dodds was on the water and presents these images from Day One.








More news, results and information at www.syc.com.au/regatta/tp52-southern-cross-cup/

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