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U.S. Sailors Win Three Gold, One Silver, Two Bronze Medals
MIAMI FL. USA-(27-1-2007) Rolex Miami OCR
Miami Fl. USA - It was a tooth-and-nail day as sailors competing in the finals of US SAILING's 2007 Rolex Miami OCR fought it out on Biscayne Bay for medals in 11 Olympic classes. The sun shone brilliantly and the winds blew 8-10 knots, providing a perfect wrap-up for the competition, which hosted more sailors -- 855 from 49 countries -- than it ever has in its 18 annual runnings. After five days of fleet racing, which concluded yesterday, medalists were determined in three Paralympic classes. The top ten overall finishers in the Olympic classes advanced to today's single medal race, replicating the new Olympic format that will debut in Qingdao, China in 2008.
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One Race Tomorrow, One Last Chance to Win a Medal
MIAMI FL. USA-(26-1-2007) Rolex Miami OCR
Miami Fl. USA - It's down to the wire now at US SAILING's 2007 Rolex Miami OCR, where 855 competitors from 49 countries have completed the five-day fleet racing portion of the competition, and the top ten from the overall standings in each of 11 Olympic classes are preparing for tomorrow's finals.  Following the new Olympic format, the finals will consist of only one
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Inconsistent Conditions Make Sailing a Survival Contest
MIAMI FL. USA-(25-1-2007) Rolex Miami OCR
Miami Fl. USA - Mother Nature threw a nasty curveball at 855 competitors from 49 countries competing today at US SAILING’s 2007 Rolex Miami OCR. In addition to the usual need for tactics and boat speed, a certain level of toughness was required, as sailors battled a wide range of elements on Biscayne Bay. Even for elite sailors who train full-time in their pursuit of Olympic medals, today’s conditions tested their survival skills.
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