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  •   Home > News > Sports > Sailing

    Fix the starts, fix the results is the mantra of the Kiwi SailGP team, heading into day two of the season-opening Bermuda leg overnight

    Fix the starts, fix the results is the mantra of the Kiwi SailGP team, heading into day two of the season-opening Bermuda leg overnight


    The New Zealand franchise is seventh on the standings, after a seventh, third and an eighth on day one.

    Wing trimmer Blair Tuke says being behind at the first mark in each race is tough and they need to get off the start line better.



    There are two races in the morning - from 5:15am - before the grand final.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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