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DATES FOR UPCOMING SORC RACES:
Nassau Cup Ocean Race - November 13, 2014

Fort Lauderdale to Key West Race - January 13, 2015
Pineapple Cup / Montego Bay Race - February 6, 2015


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August 13, 2013
Pineapple Cup Update
The Notice of Race is posted for the 2015 Pineapple Cup. Go to the official website for more details.

June 23, 2014
Nassau Cup Ocean Race Update
The Notice of Race is posted and the Online Entry is open for the 2014 Nassau Cup Ocean Race. Go to the official website for more details.

January 19, 2014
Heavy Hitters
Dr. Ulrich Rohde and his Swan 53, Dragon Fly Plus, had a big night at the awards presentation for the 39th Annual Fort Lauderdale to Key West Race. The big boat that started with such a emphatic statement on Wednesday, put an exclamation point on the race by sweeping the lion's share of the perpetual awards on Friday night. The Dragon Fly Plus crew broke out the broom with a clean sweep; First to Finish PHRF, First to Finish PHRF Corrected, Navigator's Trophy, and Best Overall Performance, along with the class win in PHRF A.

Steve and Heidi Benjamin's Carkeek 40, Spookie, took home the overall win for the IRC Fleet, correcting out over Line Honors winner PrivateerSpookie's Navigator, Bora Gulari, won the Navigator's Trophy for the IRC Fleet.


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Steve and Heidi Benjamin's Carkeek 40, Spookie, took home the overall win for the IRC Fleet, correcting out over Line Honors winner PrivateerSpookie's Navigator, Bora Gulari, won the Navigator's Trophy for the IRC Fleet.

The winner of the Multihull Fleet was Don Balthasar's Double Trouble.

Make plans early for next year's 40th Annual Fort Lauderdale to Key West Race. Wednesday, January 14, 2015. Watch this page for details. --SORC Media

Click HERE for a complete list of trophy winners.


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