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Images from Rolex Trophy - Rosebud leads

by Sail-World.com on 16 Dec 2007
WILD JOE - Rolex Trophy 2007 Andrea Francolini Photography http://www.afrancolini.com/
Andrea Francolini's images from the day's action at the Rolex Trophy, being sailed on Sydney Harnbour.

After back to back wins yesterday Roger Sturgeon’s Rosebud from Fort Lauderdale, USA leads Geoff Ross’ Yendys by just one point, heading into the final day of racing today.





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