Australian Schools Team Racing Championship NOR released


8:36 PM Thu 23 Apr 2009 GMT
'Australian Schools Team Racing Championship' Yachting Australia
Australian Schools Team Racing Championship, 10-14 July, Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron, QLD.

The Notice of Race for the 2009 ASTRC has now been released.

The event is sure to attract the cream of school sailors from across Australia, with the event qaulifying crews to race in the Inter Dominion Schools Team Racing Championship to be held in Australia later on this year.

The school to watch at this years championship will once again be the Hutchins School from Tasmania, who will be sailing for a rare third consecutive title at the championships.

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