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Thursday, November 21, 2019
Thu November 21, 2019 2:35 PM

STIR Bad Girl

The only boat in the St. Thomas International Regatta to earn all first place finishes handily won the CSA Non-Spinnaker class. What’s more, Touch2Play, a Reflex 38 owned by Canada’s Rob Butler, was a double winner. That’s because Butler personally donates money to Canadian breast cancer research based on how many times the boat wins a race and a regatta (Photo by Dean Barnes, © St Thomas International Regatta)

In the CSA Spinnaker Racing 2 class, St. Croix’s Mackenzie Bryan drives the J/100, Bad Girl, to a first place finish. (Photo by Dean Barnes, © St Thomas International Regatta)

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The only boat in the St. Thomas International Regatta to earn all first place finishes handily won the CSA Non-Spinnaker class. What’s more, Touch2Play, a Reflex 38 owned by Canada’s Rob Butler, was a double winner. That’s because Butler personally donates money to Canadian breast cancer research based on how many times the boat wins a race and a regatta (Photo by Dean Barnes, © St Thomas International Regatta)

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