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08 Dec 2012 15:06 GMT | Environment, Sport, US & Canada, Malaysia, United States
With some of the most fancied sailors making an early exit, there was an upset on the final day of the Monsoon Cup.
Al Jazeera's Robin Adams reports on a day of drama at sea from Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia.
Source: Al Jazeera
Sailor Ian Williams equals Peter Gilmour's record as his GAC Pindar team win World Match racing title at Monsoon Cup.
Human Rights, Sport, Malaysia
It is not just about sailing at the Monsoon Cup, dragon boat racing also sees teams battle for a large prize fund.
Human Rights, Business & Economy, Sport, Malaysia
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Human Rights, Politics, Saudi Arabia
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Politics, Middle East, Saudi Arabia
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Politics, Germany, Greece
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War & Conflict, Middle East, Egypt, Sinai Peninsula
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Politics, War & Conflict, Israel
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Arts & Culture, Sport, Environment
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Arts & Culture, Politics, Science & Technology
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Health, United States, Barack Obama