King of the Harbour 2007 Video

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ImageThe 2007 King of the Harbour race was held in Auckland, New Zealand on the weekend of 24/25 March 2007.  Sportzhub have made a video available on their website.  See below for the link


2007 King of the Harbour Video

Clck here for the video - be warned you need broadband, the video takes a while to download.

The clip is excellent and shows the conditions beautifully. Watch Mike Walker lead the pack out in the choppy onshore wind and waves until Dawid overtakes in the flat, protected channel. 

The shots of the last, downwind section of the race show the paddlers taking full advantage of excellent runs.

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