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I love that we have a higher average age than many of the other teams but we still beat some of them (we came in second in at least two heats). I love that I got to steer three races, I love the view from the back of the boat when the whole team is surging in sync and boats full of millennials are struggling to keep up with us. HA! I love that I was able to keep on course as well as I did, and that the only time we lost our lane we were so far ahead of the team that owned the lane we encroached on that no interference was called.
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