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  • Magical run down the coast

    Magical run down the coast

    The Rolex Sydney Hobart fleet has been enjoying a magical sleigh ride for the first eight hours of the 628 nautical mile race which began from Sydney Harbour in spectacular fashion this afternoon.
  • Rolex Sydney Hobart Race Update 3 - 26 December 2007

    Rolex Sydney Hobart Race Update 3 - 26 December 2007

  • Wild Oats XI leads Rolex Sydney Hobart fleet out of the harbour

    Wild Oats XI leads Rolex Sydney Hobart fleet out of the harbour

    From the opening seconds of the 63rd Rolex Sydney Hobart Wild Oats XI, the pre-race line honours favourite led the fleet down Sydney Harbour but prowling along the exclusion zone boundary and matching Wild Oats XI, at least to the first turning mark, was Mike Slade’s City Index Leopard.
  • Magical run down the coast
    • 26 Dec, 2007 09:51:00 PM

    Magical run down the coast

    The Rolex Sydney Hobart fleet has been enjoying a magical sleigh ride for the first eight hours of the 628 nautical mile race which began from Sydney Harbour in spectacular fashion this afternoon.

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  • 2115 hours, 26 December, report from Scarlet Runner
    • 26 Dec, 2007 09:15:00 PM

    2115 hours, 26 December, report from Scarlet Runner

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  • Two great days to remember for yachtsman Mick York
    • 26 Dec, 2007 04:55:00 PM

    Two great days to remember for yachtsman Mick York

    Sixty-two years ago today, 18-year-old Sydney yachtsman Mick York set sail on his first long ocean race, 628 nautical miles south in the Tasman Sea from Australia’s oldest seaport, Sydney, to the second oldest port in the nation, Hobart.

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  • Wild Oats XI leads Rolex Sydney Hobart fleet out of the harbour
    • 26 Dec, 2007 03:30:00 PM

    Wild Oats XI leads Rolex Sydney Hobart fleet out of the harbour

    From the opening seconds of the 63rd Rolex Sydney Hobart Wild Oats XI, the pre-race line honours favourite led the fleet down Sydney Harbour but prowling along the exclusion zone boundary and matching Wild Oats XI, at least to the first turning mark, was Mike Slade’s City Index Leopard.

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