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It Took a Village to Break a Kilo Record

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When Mark Tuck heard a few months ago that Outerlimits was going to try to break the V-bottom kilometer speed record, he wanted to get involved. A lumber company owner who lives in Smithville, Va., with his wife, Nancy, Tuck is a lifelong powerboat enthusiast who owns an Outerlimits SL 44 V-bottom. So he called his friend Mike Fiore, the owner and founder of the Bristol, R.I., custom performance-boat company.

“I asked Mike if he needed help making a few phone calls,” Tuck said.

A kilo run coordinator was born.

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