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Sailing's off, how about footy?
by NewsReader 01-04-2012

New Zealand Optiworlds sailing team coach Chris Steele was today hoping his troops would be able to emulate their football dominance on the water.Two days of team racing in the Napier-hosted world championships was scheduled to...

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