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MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(25-1-2006) Volvo Ocean Race - Leg 2
Melbourne, Australia - Following their dismasting at 0630GMT on 18 January, Brasil 1 created a jury rig and has been motoring and sailing towards Fremantle in Western Australia so that they can take the boat from the water and then truck it 1,600 miles across the Nullabor Plain on the Eyre Highway to Melbourne.
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Pirates breeze into Melbourne
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(23-1-2006) Volvo Ocean Race - Leg 2
Melbourne, Australia - It would take a man as ruthless as Captain Barbossa not to feel any sympathy for the Pirates of the Caribbean as they limped into Melbourne this morning, after crossing the finish line at 12:24.40GMT / 23:24.40 local time.
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Movistar bags third
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(23-1-2006) Volvo Ocean Race - Leg 2
Melbourne, Australia - At the start of the leg movistar held an early lead thanks to a bold easterly strategy that almost, but not quite worked. By staying east movistar was closest to the finish for a long time as the boats headed south and even when they started to turn to the east once they were down in the Southern Ocean.
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Dutch do Double again
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(23-1-2006) Volvo Ocean Race - Leg 2
Melbourne, Australia - Who would have thought last March that in the ten months between emailing an application form and standing on the dock here in Melbourne today, that the handful of amateur sailors given their chance to sail around the world would celebrate being the fastest monohull crew on the planet?
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Homecoming for ING Real Estate Brunel
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-(23-1-2006) Volvo Ocean Race - Leg 2
Melbourne, Australia - The “Australian” boat in the Volvo Ocean Race, Grant Wharington’s ING Real Estate Brunel, is to stay in the race after Dutch sponsor Brunel agreed to continue its sponsorship.
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New Record for Two
CAPETOWN, SOUTH AFRICA-(11-1-2006) Volvo Ocean Race - Leg 2
Capetown, South Africa - At the last position report at 1000GMT ABN AMRO TWO had clocked up a new unofficial world 24 hour run record of 558 miles, an average speed of 23.3 knots – and as the numbers keep coming in, the record could rise still further, or one of the other boats could lock into the right wind and wave pattern to set a new benchmark. ABN AMRO TWO now holds the Volvo Ocean Race Gant Time 24 hour run record.
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ABN AMRO leaves the rest for dust
CAPETOWN, SOUTH AFRICA-(26-12-2005) Volvo Ocean Race
Capetown, South Africa - Mike Sanderson’s ABN AMRO ONE left the rest of the Volvo Ocean Race fleet for dust as he consolidated his position at the top of the leaderboard with a sizzling performance around the cans in Cape Town.
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A Christmas present from the “movistar”
CAPETOWN, SOUTH AFRICA-(26-12-2005) Volvo Ocean Race - Movistar
Capetown, South Africa - The “movistar” team informed the Shosholoza that it will contribute to the cause of the Izivunguvungu Foundation, a sailing school for poor South African children promoted by Mediterranean Shipping Company, sponsor of the America’s Cup South African team.
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The Volvo Open 70 “movistar” starts training in Cape Town
CAPETOWN, SOUTH AFRICA-(20-12-2005) Volvo Ocean Race - Movistar
Capetown, South Africa - The Volvo Open 70 “movistar” started training in South African waters today. The Spanish Round the World boat was back in the water on Sunday, after being weighed in by the Volvo Ocean Race.
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Ericsson Racing Team prepares for Cape Town in-port race with one week to go
CAPETOWN, SOUTH AFRICA-(19-12-2005) Volvo Ocean Race - Ericsson
Capetown, South Africa - With just one week to go until the second in-port race of the Volvo Ocean Race and just two weeks to go until the start of Leg Two, the Ericsson Racing Team has an intense week ahead to ensure it is on fighting form to take on the competition.
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