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Aussie sailing legend competes in Malaysia
With forty-four years of sailing experience under his belt, Peter Gilmour talks to Al Jazeera's Robin Adams.
Last Modified: 26 Nov 2011 16:15

The quarter finalists at sailing's Monsoon Cup have now been decided as the world match racing tour reaches its finale in the Malaysian state of Terengganu.

One sailor still in contention for the top prize is Peter Gilmour, the sport's most revered figure. The Australian racing legend is one of the masterminds behind the sport.

Al Jazeera's Robin Adams reports from Terengganu.

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