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Ready, set, surf: Prize money increases, and more classes are added for Midwest Speed Quest

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WORTHINGTON -- By the time the inaugural Midwest Speed Quest concluded in October of last year, 35 windsurfers had tested their ability to go fast on the race track that is Lake Okabena. Chris Lock, a windsurfer from Plainview, posted the top time of 38.8 mph and took home the $500 grand prize.

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