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Golds for Croatia and France

In a medal race battle to the end, stepping away victorious with Gold medals are Camille Lecointre/Helene Defrance (FRA) and Sime Fantela/Igor Marenic (CRO).

Croats out in front

Weather extremes this morning delivered thunder, lightning and heavy rain, keeping fleets ashore, before a breeze of 38 knots swept across the race track.

NZ v Croatia

Taking advantage of the morning breeze, the Race Committee got teams off early on race day 4 at the 470 Worlds to complete three races.

South Africans move into pole

The 470 Men got underway first just before 1600, followed by the 470 Women.

Kiwis ahead

Another light start to the day, with 2 knots the only breeze sniffing around the race track at the scheduled start time of 1400 hours saw postponements ashore and teams relaxing around the venue, g

Tricky opening day

Opening day of racing at the 2016 470 World Championships in San Isidro, Argentina was initially dogged by light wind.

Battle of the white goods

The exciting world of 18ft Skiff Racing has been alive and well on Sydney Harbour for 124 years, but even the strongest of modern day sport is heavily reliant on the sponsorship dollar to maintain

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