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Step-by-step training for dinghy sailors who are ready to start racingThis book assumes the reader can sail and now wants to race. It aims to take them through their first few seasons of racing, to the point where they can win a club race. This new edition is in full colour and includes a new detailed section on using the asymmetric spinnaker. Each chapter focuses on one key element of sailing: rules, the wind, tactics, spinnakers, etc.Practical step-by-step guide to the key elements of racingFully illustrated with colour diagrams and photographs to show each stepTakes the skipper and crew through their first couple of season’s racingA digest of the key elements of racing: rules, tactics, speed etc.Will help readers to win their first club race
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John Milton Cage Jr. (September 5, 1912 – August 12, 1992) was an American composer, music theorist, writer, philosopher, and artist.
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