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2010 Lake Ontario 300 will be remembered for years to come

Living up to its billing, sailors met with high winds, extra high winds, no winds, and light winds. The leg heading south to Ford Shoal was a tight reach in high winds and the long leg westward to Niagara was at least 80 miles tacking into the wind with a variety of conditions from light to variable mixed with a few more line squalls coming across the lake. The final leg heading North across the lake to the finish varied depending what time the boats rounded Niagara, some leading boats had an easy ride across, while some boats sat in a frying pan for over four hours. It doesn't get anymore challenging than this for both the Scotch Bonnet Island and the Main Duck Island Courses. more
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