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Oi! Looks like the Aussies are going to win


New Zealand’s Sababa were forced to retire from Race Five of the Royal Langkawi International Regatta's Club Class competition after getting stuck on the shallow coral near the Pulau Selang area and suffering a broken backstay. – GLENN GUAN / The Star

New Zealand’s Sababa were forced to retire from Race Five of the Royal Langkawi International Regatta's Club Class competition after getting stuck on the shallow coral near the Pulau Selang area and suffering a broken backstay. – GLENN GUAN / The Star

LANGKAWI: Australia’s Oi! look poised to land the Prime Minister’s Challenge Trophy in the 12th Royal Langkawi International Regatta (RLIR) after another day of consistent sailing.

Oi! ended day four of the regatta with another two second-placed finishes in Race Seven (1’34:11) and Race Eight (2’59:52), which were enough to see them stay at the top of the Racing Class standings with a score of 11.

   

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