How to gain (or lose) 10 places on a reach

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SailJuice spoke to Neil Marsden just after he’d spent a day watching the 470 Junior Europeans and analyses why two teams who rounded the windward mark together ended up almost 20 places apart by the end of the first reach. Who says nothing ever happens on the reaching legs?







 

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