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Angus MacGregor convincingly won the Access 2.3 Worlds in the UK
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IACA President Terry Peek, MHYC Sailing Manager Brendan Rourke, Commodore Julie Hodder & AACA NSW Delegate Tony Clear at MHYC
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Middle Harbour Yacht Club - venue for 2012 Access Worlds
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Preparations underway for 2012 Access Worlds in Sydney - European & Portuguese National Champion, Pedro Reis (POR), is expected to take on the best Australian sailors in Sydney next year
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Preparations underway for 2012 Access Worlds in Sydney - Zoltan Pegan (HUN) is favourite for the Access 2.3 Single Person division
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Preparations underway for 2012 Access Worlds in Sydney - Vera Voorbach
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Preparations underway for 2012 Access Worlds in Sydney - Sail Sydney Start
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Preparations underway for 2012 Access Worlds in Sydney - Barry Coates Liberty & Vera Voorbach
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Macquarie 2012 Access World Championships - Macquarie 2012 Access Worlds off to a great start
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95 boats and 126 sailors representing nine nations will take to Sydney Harbour for the 2012 Macquarie Group Access World Championships
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95 boats and 126 sailors representing nine nations will take to Sydney Harbour for the 2012 Macquarie Group Access World Championships
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95 boats and 126 sailors representing nine nations will take to Sydney Harbour for the 2012 Macquarie Group Access World Championships
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