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Goodison takes his golden moth

Paul Goodison said he wanted a gold moth, and the 2008 Olympic Gold Medallist in the Laser kept his cool today to do just that, despite young gun Rashley, speedster Greenhalgh (who won the only race today) and stalwart Babbage doing all they could on the race track.
The final points were Goodison (22), Rashley (25), Greenhalgh (26), Babbage (34) after thirteen races, with race 14 and eventually 15 abandoned today due to lack of breeze.
Join all of the action from on the water with Paul Goodison, straight after his victory at the Moth Worlds in Japan, through to Scott Babbage, Chris Rashley, Rob Greenhalgh, and Female World Champion Wakaka Tabata and her partner Kohei Kajimoto, the first Japanese sailor (11th).
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