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TOMORROW IS TODAY

THE LIGHTNING strikes were coming in so fast that I couldn’t count them. The maelstrom had enveloped the entire tournament fleet, almost 400 boats, about 60 miles off Ocean City, Maryland. In between cacophonous cracks of thunder and purple light illuminating an otherwise

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