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Hydroplane Museum's Blog – October 2011 Archive (1)

. . . And Bombers Hit the River

In one of the most unexpected upsets - and thrilling races - unlimited hydroplanes have known, a man who had never won before seized the President's Cup on the Potomac from the sport's last hero.

By Mark Kram

Reprinted from Sports Illustrated, July 17, 1972

Sunday on the Potomac. The thought of it seems to travel with a picture of a tranquil glade, a promise of stillness. A place where you can lie back on a blanket and ponder the birth of…

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Added by Hydroplane Museum on October 3, 2011 at 9:30pm — No Comments

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