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Year in sports included champions we lost


The waters of the Lake Huron can be hellish, rough waves propelled by strong, and often, fickle winds. And often the footing becomes treacherous for the sailors who thrive on the sport of yacht racing.

It was on this lake that John Barbour became a champion, skippering his sailboats through the choppy water, the sailors in his crew slipping and sliding on the deck, frequently starved. Barbour heading northward, tacking to catch the winds, at the helm, commanding and entertaining the sailors.

When the waves lapped over the gunwales, the sailors still hungered to be fed. It was impossible then to prepare a proper meal. They would munch at whatever dull food provided.  more...

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