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Harken Youth Match Racing Worlds Day 2: Photo Gallery

by Andrew Delves, RNZYS 29 Feb 07:06 GMT 27 February 2020
Harken Youth Match Racing World Championship - Day 2 - February 28, 2020 - Waitemata Harbour © Andrew Delves

Both the Australian and New Zealand teams have taken charge on Day 2 of the Harken 2020 Youth Match Racing World Championship, supported by Barfoot & Thompson.

Racing will resume at 10am (NZT) tomorrow.

Results available matchracingresults.com/2020/youth-world-championships

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