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  • British skipper will be back

    British skipper will be back

    British property developer Mike Slade has steered his luxury 97 foot maxi Canon into third place across the line two hours behind line honours winner Alfa Romeo but said that he would love to bring the boat back another time.
  • Grundig skipper rapt at second placing

    Grundig skipper rapt at second placing

    After an extraordinary race the 66-foot Sydney flyer Grundig has finished second across the line in the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, just 44 minutes behind the 90 foot maxi Alfa Romeo.
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  • British skipper will be back
    • 28 Dec, 2002 10:24:00 PM

    British skipper will be back

    British property developer Mike Slade has steered his luxury 97 foot maxi Canon into third place across the line two hours behind line honours winner Alfa Romeo but said that he would love to bring the boat back another time.

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    • 28 Dec, 2002 10:19:00 PM

    British skipper will return with Canon

    British property developer Mike Slade has steered his luxury 97 foot maxi Canon into third place across the line two hours behind line honours winner Alfa Romeo but said that he would love to bring the boat back another time.

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  • Grundig skipper rapt at second placing
    • 28 Dec, 2002 08:20:00 PM

    Grundig skipper rapt at second placing

    After an extraordinary race the 66-foot Sydney flyer Grundig has finished second across the line in the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, just 44 minutes behind the 90 foot maxi Alfa Romeo.

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  • No Race Record but Crichton still delighted
    • 28 Dec, 2002 08:12:00 PM

    No Race Record but Crichton still delighted

    Had the 2002 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race started a day later, the 90-footer Alfa Romeo would have threatened Nokia’s 1999 race record, owner/skipper Nevile Crichton said in a dockside interview at Hobart’s Constitution Dock.

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  • Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race Line Honours to Alfa Romeo
    • 28 Dec, 2002 06:51:00 PM

    Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race Line Honours to Alfa Romeo

    Alfa Romeo, Neville Crichton’s super maxi has taken line honours in the 2002 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, surfing up the River Derwent under her massive spinnaker before a fresh seabreeze to cross the line off Hobart’s historic Battery Point at 5.58.52 this afternoon.

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  • Fitness Fit Sting's rudder damaged by whale
    • 28 Dec, 2002 05:20:00 PM

    Fitness Fit Sting's rudder damaged by whale

    Fitness Fit Sting has had her rudder badly damaged in a collision with a whale.

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    • 28 Dec, 2002 03:38:00 PM

    Toecutter dominating handicap Race

    Alfa Romeo was surfing at speeds in excess of 17 knots in a 20 knot northerly sea breeze down the edge of Tasman Island

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  • Two boat race to the finish
    • 28 Dec, 2002 12:49:00 PM

    Two boat race to the finish

    Photographers have sighted Alfa Romeo and Grundig 60 miles from Tasman Island and only a few miles apart.

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  • Alfa Romeo steps on the gas and could finish this evening.
    • 28 Dec, 2002 05:20:00 AM

    Alfa Romeo steps on the gas and could finish this evening.

    The super maxi Alfa Romeo, power sailing across Bass Strait overnight, could take line honours late this afternoon in the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race.

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  • Day 3 in photos
    • 28 Dec, 2002 12:00:00 AM

    Day 3 in photos

    A collection of photos from 28/12/2002

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