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Head of the Charles

He has a new zeal for rowing

Kiwi Drysdale a mover in singles

By Tony Chamberlain
Globe Staff / October 19, 2005

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When the island nation of New Zealand decided in 1986 to go after one of the biggest trophies in international sport, the America's Cup, it took the athletes and boatbuilders less than a decade to triumph over the world in 1995. (Full article: 902 words)

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