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Veterans Aiming for 2020 Games

Source: After just missing out on a medal in Rio, Stuart McNay and David Hughes already have their sights set on Tokyo in 2020

If one thing has become evident in Olympic sailing, it’s that experience counts. No longer can a sailor decide to throw his or her hat into the ring a couple of years in advance of the next Games and hope to medal. Olympic sailing is now a full-time job,

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