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Australian Derby at 420 World Championships
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(16-1-2004) 420 World Championships
Melbourne, Australia - Athens bound sailors Nathan Wilmot and Malcolm Page led home an Australian clean sweep at the world 420 championships sailed out of Mornington Yacht Club as part of the Sail Melbourne International Regatta earlier this month.
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Rechichi and Parkinson hold 420 Ladies World Championship trophy aloft
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(11-1-2004) 420 World Championship
Melbourne, Australia - Following on from her ISAF Youth 420 Worlds win in Portugal earlier this year, Elise Rechichi and her crew of three months, Tessa Parkinson (AUS), kept their cool to finish 1-9-1 in today’s final races to win 420 Ladies World Championships 2004 at the Sail Melbourne International Regatta.
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AUS 470 sailors Wilmot and Page victorious at 420 World Championship
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(11-1-2004) 420 World Championship
Nathan Wilmot and Malcolm Page (AUS) today clearly won the 420 World Championship 2004 hosted by Mornington Yacht Club as part of the Sail Melbourne Regatta.

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Australians continue to rule the waves at 420 Worlds
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(10-1-2004) 420 World Championship
Melbourne, Australia - Despite their disqualification from Race 6 following a protest, Elise Rechichi/Tessa Parkinson (AUS) continue to the Ladies World Championships being hosted by Mornington Yacht Club as part of Sail Melbourne.
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Battling the Breeze at the 420’s!
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(10-1-2004) 420 World Championship
Melbourne, Australia - After yesterday when the winds were more than kind but old Neptune threw up too much chop for comfort, there were high hopes for the 420 Worlds skippers and crew as they gathered for breakfast.
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Great Britain leads 420 World Qualifiers and Ladies World Championships
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(6-1-2004) 420 World Championship
British competitors lead both the 420 Open Qualifiers and Ladies World Championships on the second eve of the Sail Melbourne event hosted by Mornington Yacht Club.

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France gets early lead in Sail Melbourne Regatta’s 420 Worlds
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(5-1-2004) 420 World Championship
Melbourne, Australia - Race Officials at Mornington Yacht Club got the 420 World Championships away to a good start today on Port Phillip Bay, managing to squeeze in three races for the 110 entrants from around the Globe.
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Tremendous Opening Ceremony for 420 Worlds at Mornington Yacht Club
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(4-1-2004) 420 World Championship
Melbourne, Australia - Competitors in the 420 World Championship that starts from Mornington Yacht Club tomorrow, were feted at the official Sail Melbourne Opening Ceremony at the host club, Mornington Yacht Club last evening.
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Outteridge/Jensen – all class at Australian 420 Championships
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(1-1-2004) 420 Worlds - Australian National Championship
Melbourne, Australia - Current Australian 420 Youth World champion, Nathan Outteridge, with his crew Iain Jensen (AUS), once again outsailed their counterparts to win both the Australian Youth Championship and the Australian Championship that finished at Mornington Yacht Club late Wednesday.
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Aussie World Youth Champ takes lead at 420 Australians
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(31-12-2003) 420 Worlds - Australian National Championship
Melbourne, Australia - Mornington Yacht Club officials got more than they bargained for today running the 420 Australian Championships as part of Sail Melbourne.
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France in top two
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(30-12-2003) 420 Australian Championships
Melbourne, Australia - Gwennaig Runavot/Sylvain Leboeuf (FRA) are leading the Sail Melbourne 420 Australian Open Championships being sailed out of Mornington Yacht Club in Victoria.
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Outteridge/Jensen take first race of 420 Australian Championships
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(30-12-2003) 420 Australian Championships
Melbourne, Australia - In light 8-10 knot breezes at 130 degrees, the pair sailed the course off Mornington in 49mins 14secs to finish six seconds clear of second placegetters, Loic Bacquier/Yannick Oeduzzi (FRA), with a further three seconds to another French pairing of Gwennaig Runavot/Sylvain Leboeuf.
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Entries pour in for Sail Melbourne 420 Nationals and Worlds
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(24-12-2003) 420 World Championship
Melbourne, Australia - Already over 80 international entries have been received for the 420 Open and Womens World Championship, and over 90 for the Australian National title to be sailed as part of Sail Melbourne2004 to be hosted by Mornington Yacht Club, in Victoria.
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ISAF Worlds 470 Silver Medallists Wilmot / Page to compete at 420 Worlds at Sail Melbourne Regatta
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(10-11-2003) 420 World Championship 2004 - Sail Melbourne
Melbourne, Australia - Nathan Wilmot and Malcolm Page, certain to represent Australia at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, will take a step down from their 470 double-handed dinghy into the smaller 420 dinghy at the Sail Melbourne Regatta in January 2004.
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Sail Melbourne to host the 420 Worlds 2004
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(23-6-2003) 420 World Championship 2004
Mornington Yacht Club will host this regatta and with approximately 150 boats expected to compete for a place in the World Championships there will be some tight racing in the waters off Schnapper Point.

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