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Mirsky Back on the Campaign Trail in Poland

Mirsky Back on the Campaign Trail in Poland

Torvar Mirsky is one of the stars set to race an M32 catamaran in Poland for the first time when he competes at the Energa Sopot Match Race at the end of this month. The former World No.1 match racer from Australia took a few years out of top-level competition but, after crewing for fellow Perth sailor Steve Thomas on some of the Tour events earlier this year, has chosen the World Tour event in Sopot to be skipper of his own crew.

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A VICTORY NOT JUST FOR ROBERTSON, BUT FOR MATCH RACING

A VICTORY NOT JUST FOR ROBERTSON, BUT FOR MATCH RACING

Phil Robertson’s victory in the World Championship Finals of the World Match Racing Tour was not an all-out surprise, but nor was it really expected. From when the first contest in M32 catamarans was staged just four months earlier at the Tour event in Fremantle, Australia, Taylor Canfield and his well-drilled US One crew had been pegged as the likely victors of 2016.

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CANFIELD SHINES  ON OPENING DAY

CANFIELD SHINES ON OPENING DAY

Copenhagen May 5th, 2016. Defending champion Taylor Canfield and his US One team proved that their overall victory last year’s was no fluke, claiming four out of seven races on the opening day of the 2016 M32 Scandinavian Series. Conditions were relatively stable on Copenhagen’s Tuborg Havn, with the sun out and a chill in the air to remind competitors they are racing their high speed catamarans in Scandinavia. The light to moderate wind was enough for the M32s to sail fully powered up, allowing crews to fly their hulls providing a thrilling sight for the spectators, enjoying the regatta’s shore-based hospitality.

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