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40 NZL Sailors Ready For Sail Melbourne Regatta

40 NZL Sailors Ready For Sail Melbourne Regatta

40 NZL sailors are preparing for the Sail Melbourne International Regatta, which will be held from 11 - 16th January.

Sail Melbourne is a Grade 1, ISAF ranking regatta for Olympic classes and part of the Yachting New Zealand ranking regatta series.

New Zealand sailors entered into the regatta:

· Andrew May (2.4mR)
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· Andrew Brown / Jamie Hunt (470)
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· Sally Garrett / Raynor Smeal (470)
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· Shelley Hesson / Linda Dickson (470)
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· Derek Scott / David Healy (470)
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· Stephen Keen / Philip keen (470)
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· Mark Kennedy / Chris Burgess (49er)
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· Mike Bassett / Kurt Riechelmann (49er)
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· Kate O'Brien (Europe)
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· Jane Macky (Europe)
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· Sarah Macky (Europe)
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· Clifton Webb (Finn)
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· Matthew Blakey (Laser)
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· Luke Judge (Laser)
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· Andrew Murdoch (Laser)
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· Dave Ridley (Laser)
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· Chris Kitchen (Laser)
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· Michael Bullot (Laser)
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· Alastair Gair (Laser)
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· Robbie McMillan (Laser)
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· Craig Prentice (Laser)
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· David Weaver (Laser)
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· Simon Baker (Laser)
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· Jake Bartrom (Laser Radial)
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· Chris Macky (Laser Radial)
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· Julie Worth (Mistral)
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· Barbara Kendall (Mistral)
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· Thomas Ashley (Mistral)
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· Sheena McKinnon (Mistral)
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· JP Tobin (Mistral)
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· Matthew McCormick (Mistral)
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· Nigel Williams / Jeremy Stephenson (Tornado)
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Yachting New Zealand coaches:

· Peter Fox
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· John Clinton
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· Paul Page
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The official regatta website is: http://www.sailmelbourne.com.au/

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