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Sailing adjusts to a Coronavirus world

by Andy Rice & Mark Jardine 20 Mar 08:56 PDT
Mark Jardine and Andy Rice at the RYA Dinghy Show 2020 © Sam Whaley

Andy Rice & Mark Jardine discuss a rapidly changing world held in the grip of coronavirus, and celebrate the fact that the 18ft skiffs still competed on Sydney Harbour for the JJ Giltinan Trophy.

Andy & Mark also ask if it's still OK to go sailing out of your own club, or if we should be pursuing self-isolation under all circumstances...

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