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Tough Week For Trinity Trio At Detroit Cup

28th August 2017
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Bayview Yacht Club in Michigan was the host venue for the Detroit Cup, the middle stage of the USA Grand Slam series Bayview Yacht Club in Michigan was the host venue for the Detroit Cup, the middle stage of the USA Grand Slam series

#TeamRacing - It was a tough week in Michigan for Dan Gill, Richard Roberts and Scott Flanigan at the 10th annual Detroit Cup, which concluded yesterday (Sunday 27 August).

But the TCD team racing trio managed to stay above the bottom of the final standings, scoring a win against the Australian contingent headed by Will Boulden that took the petit final to secure third place.

Defending champions Harry Price, Murray Jones and Cameron Seagreen of DownUnder Racing had little trouble defending their title despite conditions that ranged from light and flunky to moderate over the four days of competition.

Australian Price is now the only two-time winner of the Detroit Cup, solidifying his team’s six position in the world match race rankings.

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