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After a Long Sailboat Race, Announcer Welcomes Racers Home

Ever since he was a kid, Bob Goff had a dream to sail across the Pacific Ocean to Hawaii. So Bob and four of his buddies entered the Transpac Race, a ...

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Les Araki

April 07, 2012  1:30pm

I was stirred. The home coming reminded me of a Promise Keepers Rally where pastors were asked to come on the field while other men cheered on encouraging words. You go Bob Goff. Aloha!

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