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New Moth Wing image - Built for Bora Gulari in Canada

by Thierry Martinez image on 12 Oct 2010
TORONTO - CANADA . 11 October 2010 . 1st Moth Wing built at Object 2 Skiff Works in Toronto, designed by Magnus Clark (CAN) for Bora Gulari (USA) 2009 Moth World Champion. From left : George Peet (USA), Rossi Milev (BUL-CAN) and Rob Paterson (CAN) from Object2 Skiff Works , Bora Gulari (USA) and Anthony Kotoum (ISV ThMartinez/Sea&Co http://www.thmartinez.com
From photographer Thierry Martinez a photo of First Moth Wing built at Object 2 Skiff Works in Toronto for Bora Gulari (USA), 2009 Moth World Champion.

The wing have been designed by Magnus Clark(CAN) and Steve Killing (CAN), Magnus was crew for Fred Eaton’s C Class winner of 2010 C Class world Championship.

Rossi Milev (CAN) and Rob Paterson (CAN) from Object2 Skiff Works built the wing in one week with Bora Gulari (USA) and George Peet (USA).

ThMartinez/Sea&Co website: http://www.thmartinez.com
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