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The day a Moth sailor towed a foil surfer

Have you ever seen a foil surfer being towed by a sailing dinghy? Probably not. But well, there is always a first time for everything.

Francisco Andrade, a Portuguese Olympic sailor, towed his fellow countryman and surfer, Vasco Santos, across the water and without the need to use any motor-powered watercraft.

Andrade is currently competing in the Moth class, a small boat that sails on hydrofoils and reaches speeds of 60 kilometers per hour (37 miles per hour).

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