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2018 International 14 World Championships at Richmond Yacht Club - Day 4

by Simon Butterworth 20 Aug 06:12 BST 16-25 August 2018

Groundhog day?

Neale & Fitzgerald round the windward mark first with Partingtons closing in... Well it isn't.

The Australians came through and survived the breezy conditions whilst the Brits had a swim and unfortunate t-foil rudder snap. Lindsay Irwin and Andrew Perry (AUS 663) top the overall results closely followed by Georg Borkenstein and Eike Dietrich (GER 28).

Overall results so far can be found here.

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