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In this Issue: July/August 2010

See what's new in the July/August 2010 issue

June 21, 2010

Features

California Dreamin’

After enduring much adversity. California’s amateur crew affirms the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race as the ultimate character builder.

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Story and Photos by Abner Kingman

One Wednesday Night in America

Fill your coolers, gaher the crew, and get in on some hump-day, twilight racing from coast to coast

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by The Editors

Scows Cheating Death

The M Scow class, nurtured from near extinction by a dedicated core, is once again filling Barnegat Bay starting lines.

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By Glen Dickson, photos by Richard Speck

Interview: Andrew Lewis

The young, standout Hawaiian has gleaned the protocols of pro sailing.

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by Dave Reed

Tech Review

Rig Tech

Pro Rigger Brian Fisher shares a page from his notebook to bring us up to speed on rigging advancements.

New Boat

The Archambeault-built M34 is the new one-design for France’s grueling Tour de France a la Voile.

From the Experts

Tactics

The ends of the starting line can be high-risk zones, but not if you’re in control

Fundamentals

Steve Hunt has three simple rules to put, and keep, your head in the game.

Debrief

Old-School Olympian John Bertrand returns to the boat that made him famous.

Rules

Dick Rose proposes a novel way to spice up the America’s Cup matches.

Columns:

Editor’s Letter

Contributers

Sailor’s Forum

Starting Line

Jobson Report

For the Record

Gaining Bearing

Ask Dr. Crash

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