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March 2010

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February 11, 2010

Features

Good Wood
Silicon Valley thrives on the latest and greatest. Newarby on San Francisco Bay, the classics reign supreme.
by Abner Kingman

Career Driven
Meet Tom Powell, the unassuming skipper at the helm of the most successful Mini-Maxi of the day.
by Helen Fretter

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Cultivating the Cream of the Crop
On a quiet lake in Illinois, US SAILING”S Championship of Champions made a lot of noise. But where should it go now?
by Michael Lovett
Photos by J.H. Peterson

Tech Review

Sail Tech
Your sail shape would be nothing wihtout battens; Dobbs Davis brings us up to speed on the latest sail-bone technology.

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Rig Tech
With the trickle-down release of its SK90, DSM Dyneema puts the ultimate rope fiber into your hands.

From the Experts

Strategy
Andy Horton explains how to put his (winning) routine into your next start.

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Strategy
Attaining “The Zone” in your sailing requires serious introspection, says Scott Ikle. We’ll never say it’s easy.

Boatspeed
When you have a case of the slows, say Greg Fisher and Jeff Eiber, look to your competitors for the answers.

Rules
Collisions are inevitable, but injurious ones are usually avoidable; Dick Rose offers a proactive approach.

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Columns

Editor’s Letter
Sailors’ Forum
Starting Line
Jobson Report
For the Record
Gaining Bearing
Contributors
Ask Dr. Crash

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