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Scuttlebutt Photos of the Week
October 8-14, 2010

Here is a random assortment of photos from the sport.
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The 2010 Hobie 16 North American Championships and USA team selection event for the Pan AM games is taking place from October 11-15, 2010 on Lake Mohave, Nevada. Click here for details. Photo by Jeremy Leonard.

The ultra professional RC 44 class has its World Championship this week in the Canary Islands, after which the fleet will be transported by ship to Florida to finish their 2010 season championship in Miami, FL. Look for the class to also come to Key West Race Week (January) and San Diego, CA (March).

Bora Gulari (USA) with his new wing moth in Toronto (CAN) this week. The Wing built at Object 2 Skiff Works in Toronto for Bora Gulari (USA), 2009 Moth World Champion. The wing was designed by Magnus Clark (CAN) and Steve Killing (CAN). Magnus was crew for Fred Eaton’s C Class winner of 2010 C Class world Championship. Rossi Milev (CAN) and Rob Paterson (CAN) from Object2 Skiff Works built the wing in one week with Bora Gulari (USA) and George Peet (USA). Photo by Thierry Martinez.

Wayne Burdick, president of Beneteau USA (right), pictured here with SAIL publisher Josh Adams, was awarded the SAIL Industry Leadership Award on October 7, 2010 during SAIL's annual luncheon at the U.S. Sailboat Show in Annapolis, MD.

Listen up: in Richmond, CA, there is a junior program that only runs during the winter, attendees generally provide their own boats, and parents must participate and lastly instructors are not professionals. In the realm of highly refined youth sailing programs, this format sounds... refreshing.

Franck Cammas, training on Groupama 3 (winner of the Jules Verne's Trophy in 48 days) for the Route du Rhum singlehanded race to begin later this month. Photo by Vincent Borde.

Onboard the 105-foot Sodebo around Brittany with skipper Thomas Coville preparing the Route du Rhum. Photos by Christophe Launay.

The 42nd Barcolana regatta enjoyed 1852 entrants and thousands of spectators for the 16.8-mile long course in the Gulf of Trieste in the Adriatic Sea. Photo by Carlo Borlenghi.

The 56th Columbus Day Regatta was held this weekend to great sunshine and good times racing on beautiful Biscayne Bay. Photos by Marco Oquendo

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