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32 knots on Lake Macquarie: Tom Slingsby hits the high notes while out Moth training

by Tom Slingsby 15 Jul 2020 22:08 PDT
Tom Slingsby hits the high notes on Lake Macquarie © Tom Slingsby

A couple of clips from International Moth World Champion Tom Slingsby out training on Lake Macquarie. Firstly sitting at between 29-32 knots downwind which, as Tom says is, "Pretty cool for such a tiny boat!".

Here's an upwind video from a beautiful day training on Lake Macquarie with the boys. Tom comments, "I won't name and shame this boat that I rolled, but his initials are MC..."

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