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First Whitbread champion Ramon Carlin dies aged 92

‘Weekend Sailor’, Ramon Carlin, who shocked the sailing world by skippering the Mexican crew to victory in the first Whitbread Round the World Race, has died. Ramon Carlin has sadly passed away at the age of 92 in Mexico City. Carlin became Mexico’s most famous yachtsman when he skippered his …

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Staying Put

Alicante’s regional government, Generalitat Valenciana, announced recently that it had agreed a commitment to keep the Volvo Ocean Race in Alicante for two more editions. The deal will see Alicante maintain its position as the start port for the 14th and 15th editions of the race (2020-21 and 2023-24, under …

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A Flying Start – Lisbon Volvo Village

Lisbon, one of the most successful host cities of the Volvo Ocean Race in recent years, has been chosen as the destination for a flying start to the next edition in 2017-18. In 2011-12 and 2014-15, Portugal’s capital city staged hugely popular stopovers following transatlantic legs, but this time organisers …

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Emirates Team New Zealand Steal The Win

In a thrilling winner-take-all final race, Emirates Team New Zealand unhooked itself from a starting buoy to win the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series New York with the high score of 52 points. Another large crowd, estimated at 100,000, turned out on a sunny day and was treated to …

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Unseasonal Palma weather for Mediterranean season opener

  Gaastra PalmaVela   Gaastra PalmaVela is often described as a ‘practice regatta’ simply because it opens the Mediterranean racing season but few of the crews can harbour any complaints that this year’s event on the Bay of Palma lacked in either intensity or quality of competition. Over the four …

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Volvo Ocean Race names new CEO

UK sailor Mark Turner has been appointed Volvo Ocean Race CEO, stepping down after 23 years at the helm of global sports marketing company OC Sport. Turner will take up his new position in succession to Knut Frostad from June 7 this year. Commenting on his appointment, Turner says: “There …

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Dreams come true for some but shattered for others

47th Trofeo Princesa Sofia Iberostar in Palma de Mallorca        The famous Bay of Palma dealt the armada of over 800 boats competing a full range of different breezes, just what was really wanted by those sailors who have their courses set towards the 2016 Olympic regatta in …

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