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Perth 2011 images - Training time

by Shauna McGee Kinney on 21 Nov 2011
USA 470 team of Erin Maxwell and Isabelle Farrar are excited about the wind and upcoming Perth 2011 regatta - Perth 2011 ISAF Sailing World Championships Shauna McGee Kinney
Perth 2011, the ISAF Sailing World Championships, is fast approaching and the USA and Canadian teams out training for the event.

Sail-World.com's on-the-spot reporter Shauna McGee Kinney took theses images of team members during a recent training session.







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