Prince William and Kate race each other in land yachts at St Andrews

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Prince William and Kate race each other in land yachts at St Andrews” – below is their description.

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge raced each other in land yachts when they

    returned to St Andrews 20 years after meeting in the university town.

    William and Kate renewed their sporting rivalry, performing figures of eight in the wind-powered buggies on the West Sands beach at the coastal Scottish town.

    In crash helmets and casual clothes, they joined six teenage carers trying out the sport on a day course organised as respite from their normal duties looking after family members.

    The session, arranged by Fife Young Carers, was hosted by a local company, Blown Away.

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