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Dee Caffari stays busy

by Jo Uffendell on 23 Apr 2011
Dee with Jennifer Saunders and Dawn French. Dee Caffari's photostream
Dee Caffari has had a very busy ten days and as the week comes to a close, Dee participated today in her last but not least interview of her media marathon since the crossing of the finish line of the Barcelona World Race.

It was a good laugh today in the BBC Radio 2 studio as Dee met up with Jennifer Saunders and Dawn French to be their guest on the Bank Holiday French and Saunders show. Don't miss the show featuring Dee, it will air this Easter Monday!

We will post the link to the podcast once the show has aired, in the meantime, you can log on here to listen to the show live on Monday.

In 2006 British yachtswoman Dee Caffari MBE became the first woman to sail solo, non stop, around the world against the prevailing winds and currents. In 2009, Dee’s sixth place finish in the notorious Vendée Globe race secured her a double world record as she became the first woman to sail solo, non-stop around the globe in both directions.

For Caffari this marks her third race around the globe and thrusts her into the record books as the woman that has sailed non-stop around the planet more times than any other in history. Corbella also sets her own record as the first Spanish woman to circumnavigate the globe non-stop. The only all female crew to participate in the Barcelona World Race finished in sixth place, from a starting fleet of Dee Caffaris website
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