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Gabrio Zandona & Giovanni Maspero's Joe Fly Team Victorious
TORQUAY, UK-(23-9-2005) Melges 24 European Championship
Torquay, UK - Today's final race of the Ocean BMW Melges 24 European Championship in Torquay was the most exciting yet in what has been an absolutely gripping regatta. Three boats were in serious contention – Andrea Racchelli sailing Altea (55 points), Gabrio Zandona sailing Joe Fly for Giovanni Maspero (56 points) and Stuart Rix sailing Gill for Quentin Strauss (62 points) – and from the opening moments we knew we were in for a battle royal.
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Racchelli Leads But Its All To Play For On The Final Day In Torquay
TORQUAY, UK-(22-9-2005) Melges 24 European Championship
Torquay, UK - Racing on the penultimate day of the Ocean BMW Melges 24 European Championship was as challenging and hard fought as ever and tomorrow’s final race will decide the winner in this hugely competitive and high scoring regatta.
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Gill & Joe Fly Tied For Lead At Halfway Point
TORQUAY, UK-(21-9-2005) Melges 24 European Championship
Torquay, UK - “Like the most difficult game of snakes and ladders you could possibly imagine” was how Stuart Simpson of Team Barbarians described today’s racing at the Ocean BMW Melges 24 European Championship in Torquay.
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Stuart Rix And Team Gill Take Narrow Lead In Torquay
TORQUAY, UK-(20-9-2005) Melges 24 European Championship
Torquay, UK - The second day of the Ocean BMW Melges 24 European Championship brought three more great races and some interesting changes on the scoreboard. Racing for the fifty competitors got underway on time in 7 knots from the southwest and under cloudy skies, however, as the day wore on the sun broke through and the wind gradually picked up to 12 knots.
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Jamie Lea & Team Barbarians Lead After Day 1 In Torquay
TORQUAY, UK-(19-9-2005) Melges 24 European Championship
Torquay, UK - The Ocean BMW Melges 24 European Championship 2005 got underway today with two classic light airs races that kept the 50 competitors from 10 nations on their toes and left several of the top favourites feeling decidedly off the pace.
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