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SIRs wraps up for another year
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA-(20-12-2005) Sydney International Regatta (SIR)
Sydney, Australia - Four days of racing on Sydney Harbour has seen 220 competitors race from 13 countries and all Australian states in the 2005 Sydney International Regatta (SIRs).  Olympic, Youth and invited classes have raced in a variety of conditions that has seen some the top places in some classes remain consistent and some classes have had dramatic changes in the podium places.  The final days’ racing has been in an increasing breeze from the East.  The start of the morning’s racing was delayed due to lack of breeze but by mid afternoon the sea breeze had kicked in for a pleasant afternoon of sailing.
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Consistent sailing pays at SIRs
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA-(19-12-2005) Sydney International Regatta (SIR)
Sydney, Australia - An 18 knot sou’ west breeze had the morning racing of the SIRs fleets providing some impressive sailing with the Tornado fleet flying around in the vicinity of Shark Island.
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Plenty of breeze for SIRs fleets
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA-(18-12-2005) Sydney International Regatta (SIR)
Sydney, Australia - The 2005 Sydney International Regatta (SIRs) raced today on Sydney Harbour with a fresh westerly breeze greeting the early fleets. As the morning fleets headed out to the course the 20 knot breeze provided some spectacular sailing for the 49er and 29er fleets.
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First day of racing for SIRs fleets
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA-(17-12-2005) Sydney International Regatta (SIR)
Sydney, Australia - The 2005 Sydney International Regatta (SIRs) started racing today on Sydney Harbour with 220 entries from all Australian states and from internationals from 13 countries.
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Four Days to Go
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA-(13-12-2005) Sydney International Regatta (SIR)
Sydney, Australia - There are only four days left until the start of the 2005 Sydney International Regatta (SIR), with plenty of talent ready to hit the water. This year’s event looks to be the most successful ever with over 200 entries from 13 countries received to-date, promising four days of colour and action on the Harbour.
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Sail Downunder kicks off with Sydney International Regatta in two weeks
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA-(2-12-2005) Sydney International Regatta
Sydney, Australia - With racing just two weeks away entries are flowing in for this years Sydney International Regatta (SIRs). SIRs will see Australian Athens Olympic 470 men’s crew Nathan Wilmot and Malcolm Page changing classes to race in the 49er class for the four day regatta being held December 17 – 20.
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Fleet of over 175 boats expeted at SIR
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA-(1-9-2005) Sydney International Regatta
Sydney, Australia - The 2005 Sydney International Regatta (SIRs) will be held from December 17 – 20, 2005, as part of the Sail Down Under series and will be hosted by the Woollahra Sailing Club with the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron hosting the keelboat classes.
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