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Feeling “Alive”

Hi everybody!
Finally this week I was able to share my news!
In my new regular segment, “Sailing News in Sixty Seconds”, I shared the awesome news that I will be heading to Airlie Beach Race Week, and also broadcasting from the CYCA for the Sydney to Gold Coast Race. More adventures for us all! I’m so excited!
This week I played a combination of my own news, highlights of the week, some adventures I’ve been on myself and an interview with Alive Yachting’s Matt Chew!
Jason Waterhouse was first up from the America’s Cup base in San Fran last September for the Youth AC, then Jason’s previous teammate, Tom Burton on his Laser sailing.
Silas Nolan, was the next highlight, recapping the win of Shockwave, a Reichel Pugh 72 in the Newport to Bermuda Race a few weeks ago.
Matt Chew called in live, to recap the Melbourne to Vanuatu race he did on the Reichel Pugh 66, Alive. The interview also covered Matt’s record-breaking win in the Etchells midwinters.
It wouldn’t be a best of show without replaying my interview with Iain Murray – a great opportunity to hear about what is ahead for Team Australia.
Last but not least, I wrapped up my week of adventures… on and off the water! Including getting excited about my Airlie Beach Race Week and Sydney to Southport adventures that are coming up, I had a midnight madness gym session, and last but certainly not least, a super fun dinghy sail (pics are available on Facebook).

Adventures of a Sailor Girl #14 on 13 July 2014 by Sunset Radio on Mixcloud

That’s all for the news this week, I hope you’re all having a fantastic day adventurers!

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