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  • But the lure of small-boat, one-design racing never went away.

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  • One of the biggest changes to the sport since the introduction of spinnakers and the double trapeze in 2001 following the Sydney Olympics, the Tornado class has voted to put a ceiling on costs with the introduction of one-design sails in the interest of creating a fairer playing field.

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  • In another cost-cutting exercise which will do nothing to detract from the high-performance of these speed machines, it has been proposed one-design sails would be provided if the popular and media-friendly craft was accepted back onto the Olympic sailing program.

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  • The one-design sails available incorporate some of the best aspects of these top performers.

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  • A complete set of the new one-design sails from Ullman Sails Italy cost €2.950, including tax.

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  • Most Americans who sail are not in one-design classes.

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  • Most Americans who sail are not in one-design classes.

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  • 'On top of this, the Tornado class would offer to supply one-design sails for the Olympic Games from 2016 should this exciting catamaran be back on the program.'

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  • A Parent Tripp leads the pun-loving fleet by a four point margin in the regatta, which is the first one-design start for the class in over two years.

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  • 'If we get Olympic status back as we are working very hard to do, the one-design sails are fixed by class rules for all major Olympic sailing events from 2013 on,' Gaebler said.

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