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  • In The Starting Gates For Sails Of Change Jules Verne Record Attempt

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    In The Starting Gates For Sails Of Change Jules Verne Record Attempt



    Around the world record attempt : the Maxi-trimaran Sails of Change arrives in Brest and remains on stand-by


    The Maxi-trimaran Sails of Change, on stand-by since October 24, 2022, for a new attempt on the round the world sailing race, the Jules Verne Trophy, arrived in Brest today. The delivery trip from La Trinite'-sur-Mer went smoothly in a moderate southerly wind. Now based near Ushant, the boat and crew are waiting for a favourable weather window that will allow
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  • Gryphon Solo Exits Bass Strait

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    Gryphon Solo Exits Bass Strait

    GS2: Day 30
    October 10, 2022




    Hello Sports Fans-

    The big news from GS2 is that we are out of the Great Australian Bight and through the Bass Strait, which is a major milestone for this leg of the race. We are also now officially out of the Indian Ocean and into the Pacific Ocean, which is also pretty cool.

    The Bass Strait was challenging in that there were many squalls that would disrupt the prevailing SW wind and cause us to reduce
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  • Rough Start For Golden Globe Sailors

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    Rough Start For Golden Globe Sailors



    https://goldengloberace.com/live-tracker/


    As expected, the GGR fleet has split into two as the wind kicked in: a group of five led by Damien Guillou and Tapio Lehtinen are heading west in 25-30 knots of south westerly and 3-4 metre waves, while the rest led by Pat Lawless, Simon Curwen and Kirsten Neuch?fer are heading towards the Galician coastline in confused seas and 15-20 knots of wind. Some electrical problems for Ertan Beskardes who has had a short circuit
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  • Aiming For Gender Equity In Ocean Race

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    Aiming For Gender Equity In Ocean Race

    The Ocean Race aims for equal number of male and female sailors in the event by 2030






    Viva Mexico in The Ocean Race Europe
    ? Jen Edney/Viva Mexico/The Ocean Race


    The ambitious target is part of Horizon, a new collaboration with The Magenta Project, World Sailing Trust and PA Consulting, dedicated to increasing the number of women in professional sailing. The group is calling on the sailing, marine and sports industries to join
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