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Three Irish GP14 sailors will feature at this weekend's virtual Dinghy Show run by the RYA in a section of the show called 'Women Win Too' are getting together by Zoom to discuss Women in Sailing and winning on the racecourse with a lighter crew.
Katie Dwyer, Michelle Rowley & Melanie Morris will be on a session mid-day Sunday (12pm)
The GP14 class has arranged a number of talks and chats over Zoom across the two days of the show.
It's not the only Irish female interest at the show either. Dun Laoghaire's Saskia Tidey, who will sail for Britain in Tokyo this July in the 49erfx skiff class, will also take a leading role at the RYA event, as Afloat reported previously here.
Register for the show here
Published in GP14
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