GOR, cuarto puesto para Sec. Hayai

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THE DUTCH DUO ON SEC. HAYAI TAKE FOURTH OVERALL IN THE GOR

11 JUNE, 2012 | by Oliver Dewar
At 21:54:44 GMT (23:54:44 local) on Sunday, the fourth and final double-handed, Global Ocean Race (GOR) Class40, Sec. Hayai, crossed the finish line off Les Sables d’Olonne, France, with the Dutch father-and-son duo of Nico and Frans Budel taking fourth place in Leg 5 and fourth place overall.

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GOR,Phesheya-Racing termina la regata


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THE SOUTH AFRICAN TEAM ON PHESHEYA-RACING RIDE THE STORM INTO LES SABLES D’OLONNE

10 JUNE, 2012 | by Oliver Dewar

The South African duo of Phillippa Hutton-Squire and Nick Leggatt crossed the Global Ocean Race (GOR) Leg 5 finish line off Les Sables d’Olonne at 23:40:21 GMT on Saturday 9 June (01:40:21 Sunday 10 June local), taking third place in the circumnavigation’s final leg and securing third place overall in the GOR after 30,000 miles and 168 days of racing around the planet spread over almost nine months since the start in Mallorca last September.

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GOR, segundo puesto para Financial Crisis

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MARCO NANNINI TAKES SECOND IN THE GOR WITH CLASS40 FINANCIAL CRISIS

07 JUNE, 2012 | by Oliver Dewar
With almost 40 knots blowing and an enormous swell rolling in from the Atlantic, the Italian-Slovak duo of Marco Nannini and Sergio Frattaruolo crossed the finish line of the double-handed Global Ocean Race (GOR) with Class40 Financial Crisis off the French port of Les Sables d’Olonne, taking second place overall in the fleet of the four remaining boats in the circumnavigation.

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GOR, triunfo para Cessna Citation


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COLMAN AND CAVANOUGH WIN THE GOR WITH CESSNA CITATION

06 JUNE, 2012 | by Oliver Dewar
After 150 days of racing around the planet, Conrad Colman and Scott Cavanough have taken first place in Leg 5 of the double-handed, Class40 Global Ocean Race (GOR) and have also won the circumnavigation event overall with their Akilaria RC2 Cessna Citation.

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GOR, recta final para Cessna Citation

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STREAKING EAST TO THE FINISH

05 JUNE, 2012 | by Oliver Dewar

The leading Class40 in the Global Ocean Race (GOR) is approaching the final finish line of the 30,000-mile circumnavigation in Leg 5 from Charleston, USA, to Les Sables d’Olonne, France, and the two skippers, Conrad Colman and Scott Cavanough, are flat lining east through the Bay of Biscay in following wind with just 137 miles remaining for Cessna Citation on Tuesday afternoon and an ETA at the finish line of mid-afternoon on Wednesday for the GOR’s overall winner.

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GOR, Cessna Citation al frente


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EXITING THE GULF STREAM INTO FLATTER WATER

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24 MAY, 2012 | by Oliver Dewar

After five days of racing from Charleston, the Global Ocean Race (GOR) Class40s are out of the Gulf Stream and heading deeper into the North Atlantic led by Conrad Colman and Scott Cavanough with Cessna Citation holding an eight mile lead over Marco Nannini and Sergio Frattaruolo on Financial Crisis in second place – an 11-mile gain in 24 hours by the Italian-Slovak pursuers. Trailing Financial Crisis by 91 miles at 15:00 GMT on Thursday, Phillippa Hutton-Squire and Nick Leggatt in third with the South African Class40 Phesheya-Racing have increased their separation over Nico and Frans Budel on Sec. Hayai following a tack north by the Dutch duo which took the team into light airs.

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GOR, noticias de la flota rumbo a Les Sables d’Olonne

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20 MAY, 2012 | by Oliver Dewar

CLASS40 FINANCIAL CRISIS GAMBLES WITH THE GULF STREAM

The first night at sea was wet and lumpy for the four Global Ocean Race (GOR) Class40s with a tough reintroduction to offshore racing following their stopover in Charleston, South Carolina, as the fleet sailed straight into headwinds as they cleared the coast of the USA.

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GOR etapa 4, segundo puesto para Financial Crisis


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CLASS40 FINANCIAL CRISIS TAKES SECOND PLACE IN CHARLESTON

02 MAY, 2012 | by Oliver Dewar
The Italian-Slovak duo of Marco Nannini and Sergio Frattaruolo crossed the Global Ocean Race (GOR) Leg 4 finish line at 04:22:59 GMT (00:22:59 local) with their Akilaria Class40 Financial Crisis securing second place just under 24 hours behind the Leg 4 winners, Conrad Colman and Scott Cavanough with Cessna Citation. Nannini and Frattaruolo took 29 days 10 hours 22 minutes and 50 seconds to complete the 5,700-mile course from Punta del Este, Uruguay, to Charleston, South Carolina.

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