Rolex Regatta: Paralympics Preview

March 2008
PN;Mar2008, Vol. 62 Issue 3, p64
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The article presents a preview of the U.S. Sailing's Rolex Miami Olympics Classes Regatta (OCR) in Florida from January 27-February 2, 2008. There are more than 100 teams signed up in the event and many of the 25 represented nations had sent their final teams or would select who moves on to the Olympic or Paralympic Games based on results at this popular International Sailing Federation (ISAF) event. It consists of five days of fleet racing and one day of top-ten medal racing.


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