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  • 11th Hour And Biotherm Complete Leg 3

    11th Hour And Biotherm Complete Leg 3

    April 5, 2023. Itajai, Brazil.

    At 08:20 UTC [05:20 local], 11th Hour Racing Team crossed the finish line of Leg 3 of The Ocean Race 2022-23, completing a Leg that was described by Skipper Charlie Enright (USA) as “grueling”. After 37 days, 20 hours, 10 minutes, and 23 seconds, the team completed their 14,840 nautical mile [17,077 mile or 27,483 kilometer] race through the Southern Ocean.


    The only US team in The Ocean Race, 11th Hour Racing Team completed the podium
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  • Leg 3 Victory For Team Malizia

    Leg 3 Victory For Team Malizia

    Boris Herrmann's Team Malizia wins Leg 3 of The Ocean Race
    It's a well-earned win for a resilient team who outsailed and outlasted the competition on the longest leg in race history.




    At 05:20:28 UTC / 02:20:28 local time in Brazil, Team Malizia glided across the finish line off Ocean Live Park in Itaja? to win leg 3 of The Ocean Race, collecting 5 points in the process.





    The win comes on the 35th day of racing and after
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  • The See Saw Battle Continues

    The See Saw Battle Continues

    The tension mounts as racing remains painfully close
    Nobody can break free on final push towards a Sunday finish




    Tension, exhaustion, and extreme emotional swings through elation and despair.

    That's likely to be the mood on board Team Holcim-PRB and Team Malizia all the way to the finish now.

    Despite racing hard for over 33 days and over 14,000 miles sailed over ground, neither Boris Herrmann's Malizia, nor Kevin Escoffier's Holcim-PRB
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  • Back In The Atlantic, New Challenges Await

    Back In The Atlantic, New Challenges Await

    Cape Horn In Rear View, Challenges Ahead



    https://www.theoceanrace.com/en/racing/tracker


    After passing Cape Horn and escaping the south, the big weather challenges haven't quite ended for The Ocean Race sailors yet.

    The leading pair - Team Malizia and Team Holcim-PRB - found themselves in what Malizia's Will Harris called some of the most challenging weather of the leg when they turned north. Gale force winds and sharp, confused seas....
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  • Fast Times In The Southern Ocean

    Fast Times In The Southern Ocean

    Record breaking day for IMOCA fleet in the deep south
    As the fleet races towards the scoring gate, records are being broken...







    It's been a record-breaking day in The Ocean Race as the four IMOCAs racing through the south are pressing hard to gain position - and points - at the leg 3 scoring gate.

    Conditions have certainly been favourable for making big mileage - long hours of daylight, a near perfect wind angle and speed (around
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  • Holcim-PRB's Lead Dissolving At Rapid Pace

    Holcim-PRB's Lead Dissolving At Rapid Pace



    There has been more of the same in The Ocean Race on Friday - but in a good way. All four teams are clicking down the miles, racing to the east in fast reaching conditions.

    The wind is up, the water is still (relatively) flat, and the miles keep sliding away under the keel.

    The fleet continues to compress slightly, closing the race up with the leg 3 scoring gate fast approaching. The ETA is now Monday morning UTC.





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  • Separation Increases Within The Persuers

    Separation Increases Within The Persuers


    It's an interesting day in The Ocean Race with quick moving weather making for a day of transitions in the southern latitudes.

    The big winner over the past 24 hours is second placed Biotherm, who have gained over 30 miles on Team Holcim-PRB.









    At the other end of the spectrum, 11th Hour Racing Team appear to be in danger of dropping off the back of a weather system and are making a noticeable dive to the south,
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  • Sling Shoting Into The Southern Ocean's Maw

    Sling Shoting Into The Southern Ocean's Maw

    Breeze on as fleet encounters first southern weather system



    The Ocean Race 2022-23 - 28 February 2023, Leg 2 Strong winds on Day 2 onboard GUYOT environnement - Team Europe.? Charles Drapeau / GUYOT environnement - Team Europe
    As The Ocean Race fleet heads further south, conditions change dramatically



    [VIDEO]https://youtu.be/OZNoph75HeQ[/IMG]

    The wind has arrived for leg 3 of The Ocean Race as the five IMOCA teams settle into
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  • Full Fleet Heads South

    Full Fleet Heads South

    Where did the wind go? It’s coming!!


    A fast and furious start sequence out of Cape Town has given way to light winds as the fleet attempts to work to the south and the promise of stronger conditions




    https://www.theoceanrace.com/en/racing/tracker




    After beating upwind into the teeth of a gale on Sunday evening, things have slowed down for The Ocean Race fleet - now back up to a full complement of five racing boats
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