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RSHYR 2022 | Line Honours Contenders Interviews

by Bow Caddy Media 25 Dec 2022 12:30 PST
2022 Sydney Hobart Christmas Eve Briefing Mark Richards, Mark Bradford, John Winning Jnr, Chris Lewis © Bow Caddy Media

Bow Caddy Media interview the four supermaxi contenders ahead of the 2022 Hobart - Black Jack, andoo Comanche, LawConnect, and Hamilton Island Wild Oats

Mark Bradford - Skipper Black Jack

Last year's winning skipper, Mark Bradford talks about the race ahead - particularly downwind running and VMG - and the work they have put into developing their sails.

John Winning Jnr - Skipper Andoo Comanche

As skipper of the favourite to win this year's Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht race, John talks about their preparation for the race. While much of the race may be downwind running the work they have done on improving light airs performance may prove helpful in the Derwent River.

Chris Lewis - Navigator Law Connect

A new face at the Line Honours press conference was Law Connect's American navigator Chris Lewis who chatted about his COVID-19 isolation research and analysis of the last races in preparation for his fourth RSHYR.

Mark Richards - Skipper Hamilton Island Wild Oats

Mark Richards, the skipper of Hamilton Island Wild Oats - after a three year hiatus from the race - talked about their prospects of taking out Line Honours in the race after hearing the latest weather forecast.

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