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Sydney Hobart - initial update from LawConnect

by LawConnect 25 Dec 2022 21:42 PST
LawConnect preparing for the 2021 Sydney Hobart race © Andrea Francolini

A dramatic and incident-packed start to this year's Rolex Sydney Hobart race saw LawConnect head out of Sydney Heads in first position. Penalties, protest and near misses was the order of the day as a chaotic opening made for a thrilling spectacle.

Here's the trip to the start and the first hour -

A reminder also that this year sees a huge first, with the LawConnect boat live streaming the race, which can be viewed -

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