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A True Fight Between Mascalzone & Swedish Team


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A TRUE FIGHT BETWEEN TIM MASCALZONE LATINO AND SWEDISH TEAM

Auckland, 6th October 2002 ­ After a delay of about three hours bacause a total lack of wind, eventually the southern wind up to 18 knots started to blow over Hauraki Gulf for the 4th race of the LVC. On the course the all-italian team “TIM Mascalzone Latino” and the swedish “Örn”.

The race has been a true fight and helmsman Paolo Cian and the crew proved to be a very good team, hard to beat. Both America’s cuppers started exactly at the same time: they both as well crossed the starting line a litlle bit earlier then the starting gun.

“TIM Mascalzone Latino” had only do bear off to cros the line while the Swedish boat had to meke a 360° turn but this allowed her to get the starboard side and the gain the very small advantage until the finishing line.

“We are very glad ­ the tactician Flavio Favini said getting back to the base ­ of today’s race, we’re getting better and better and we can race with other participants at the same level”. Tomorrow the race will be “TIM Mascalzone Latino” vs “Prada”.

Mascalzone Latino and its team can be visited at the internet site: www.mascalzonelatino.it

ENDS

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