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IMOCA Ocean Masters New York to Barcelona - Hugo Boss victorious

by Leslie Greenhalgh on 16 Jun 2014
Ocean Masters New York to Barcelona Race 2014 Benoit Stichelbaut /Sea & Co
Team Hugo Boss is the winner of the IMOCA Ocean Masters New York to Barcelona race. Co-Skippers Pepe Ribes (Esp) and Ryan Breymaier (USA) crossed the finish line at (time) hours local time in Barcelona. They now will make their way to the arrivals pontoon for the family, media and public welcome ashore and press conference.


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