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  • Leg 1: Race 1 - London, UK - Brest, France
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31 Oct 2014

Future Crew Catch Up – meet Terri Baker

As the first two levels of the four part training course the crews must complete comes to an end at our UK HQ until the New Year, those taking part…

30 Oct 2014

Sir Robin Knox-Johnston honoured with the medal of Saint Malo, France

Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, Founder and Chairman of the Clipper Race, has been given the medal of the honour of the City of Saint Malo.Mayor Claude Renoult presented Sir Robin with the medal in honour of his "remarkable" career as a navigator at the Hotel de Ville by the Route du Rhum - Destination Guadeloupe race village.Sir Robin is less than…

29 Oct 2014

Sir Robin seeks French entry in next race edition

As he prepares for his departure from St Malo this weekend for the Route du Rhum – Destination Guadeloupe, Sir Robin has called for more French people to take on…

28 Oct 2014

Switzerland nominated for SUI Sailing Awards

As part of the SUI Sailing Awards, Clipper 2013-14 Race entry Switzerland has been nominated for Best Sailing Project.The initiative is up for the award for being ‘unusual’ and ‘courageous’ for inviting a landlocked country to take part in the world’s longest ocean race.The Team Switzerland project is also praised for helping spread the word about how addictive sailing is…

27 Oct 2014

Is this the toughest job on the ocean?

Recruitment is well underway for what could be the toughest job on the ocean: A Clipper Race skipper. We are currently searching for twelve highly skilled sailors for this challenging…

24 Oct 2014

Future Crew Catch Up – Meet Lucy O’Connor

So you’ve signed up for the race, what’s next?In order to become an ocean racing athlete and take on Mother Nature full throttle, crew members must complete our compulsory training…

22 Oct 2014

Sir Robin Knox-Johnston departs UK to compete in Route du Rhum – Destination Guadeloupe

Clipper Race founder Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, 75, has departed Portsmouth, UK on his Open 60 Grey Power ahead of the start of French classic race the Route du Rhum –…

17 Oct 2014

Future crew catch up – Meet Nick and Bob Warren

What were we saying last week about the race being one big family? With Level 3 training kickstarting last week, we met up with father and son duo Nick and Bob to see how they got on during the penultimate level of training that introduces crew to the Clipper 70 for the first time.Before crew compete they must complete four…

16 Oct 2014

Throwback Thursday: To go south or not to go south? That is the question

The South Atlantic challenge is one of risk and chance – how far south do you go?Big swells, heavy storms and occasional wind holes dictated the fate of the fleet…

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