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Goody bosses the Moths!

You don't have to have an Olympic gold medal to win the International Moth Worlds, but it helps. No, scratch that! You absolutely do! Congratulations to Paul Goodison who is the first man to successfully defend his Moth Worlds title in the foiling era. And he walked it, dominating the competition and relegating Man of the Year Pete Burling to 2nd, with yet another gold medallist, 49er crew Iain 'Goobs' Jensen to 3rd. And off the podium were yet more Olympic Champions in 4th (Tom Slingsby) and 6th (Nathan Outteridge). Has the Moth Worlds now become harder to win than an Olympic Games??? 
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