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Great Race Gets Ready To Turn 50 - First Winner Reminisces On Iconic Race

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On August 2nd 1969, the first ever Trinidad and Tobago Great Race took place with a bunch of racers not really aware that what they were about to start would continue for 50 consecutive years.

Winning the inaugural race was the 21-foot wooden deep V boat Camena piloted by Lennox Tang Yuk and Hollis Rodriguez.

Kent Fuentes caught up with the legendary Lennox Tang Yuk as he relives the race and shares his thoughts on its evolution.

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