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Harken NZ Match Racing: Knots Racing evens up the score - Day 2

by RNZYS Media 22 Jan 10:59 PST 21 January 2022
Harken NZ NZ Match Racing Championship - Royal NZ Yacht Squadron - Day 2, January 22, 2022 © RNZYS Media

Another stunning day in Auckland for Day 2 of the Harken NZ Match Racing Championship created very competitive and tight racing all day.

After losing to Reuben Corbett on day 1, Nick Egnot-Johnson and Knots Racing were able to take the win in the rematch and remain unbeaten throughout Round Robin 2

Racing continues on Sunday

You can follow the racing and results on the Final Day by clicking on this auto-refreshing link

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