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Racing Postponed For The Third Consecutive Time


AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND

OCTOBER 27, 2002

RACING POSTPONED FOR THE THIRD CONSECUTIVE TIME DUE TO HEAVY WINDS

Third postponement in a row, today, for all racing on the Hauraki Gulf due to the adverse weather conditions.

The Race Committee announced the delay this morning on shore, in order to avoid a long wait for the teams at sea.

Another frontal system will move across the Auckland area tonight. A moderate westerly becomes a strong northwesterly wind throughout the day as the front nears. The forecast for tomorrow is for WSW wind, 20-35 knots, mostly cloudy with morning showers.


CALENDAR FOR TOMORROW - OCTOBER 28

FLIGHT 3 OF ROUND ROBIN TWO - Off Oracle BMW Racing USA 76
Match 1 Luna Rossa ITA 74 versus Le Defi FRA 69
Match 2 Alinghi SUI 64 versus Mascalzone Latino ITA 72
Match 3 Stars & Stripes USA 66 versus Orm SWE 73 *
Match 4 Wight Lightning GBR 70 versus OneWorld USA 67
* Match broadcasted live on TV.

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