Lee Korzits wins second straight gold at Windsurfing Champs

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March 28, 2012 15:16

 
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Lee Korzits won her second straight gold medal at the World Windsurfing Championships on Wednesday after the Medal Race was canceled due to strong winds in Cadiz, Spain.

The 28-year-old Israeli, who became the youngest ever windsurfing world champion in Cadiz in 2003 and won her second gold in the event just last December, remained in first position, four points ahead of Poland's Zofia Klepacka.

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