Sydney-Hobart 2013, pictures of the big storm!

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An incredible edition, that of this year’s mythical Sydney – Hobart. Ihe 100-foot super maxi Wild Oats XI won the Sydney-Hobart for the seventh time, equaling the record of success held by Kurrewa IV.But above all, most of the fleet faced a real storm, with winds over 40 knots, which caused breakages and numerous retirements. Harsh conditions, as the images taken by Carlo Borlenghi and Daniel Forster show.

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