Local team sailing in renowned Figawi race to raise money to help prevent veteran suicide
BOSTON - The world-famous Figawi sailing race is coming to the Cape this weekend, launching Friday off Hyannis. In the mix will be a local team fighting for much more than a sailing title. Business partners Gary Terry and Chris Kristian are hoping to make waves far beyond this race.
5 for Good: Figawi sailing team raising money to prevent veteran suicide
BOSTON - The crew of the sailboat the Defiance claimed the performance trophy at the Figawi charity sailing race a year ago.
Crew captain Martha Kristian said they are prepared to defend that title this Memorial Day weekend, and will do so on a new boat with a fitting name, the Defender.
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