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The Race, the Polish Catamaran Warta-Polpharma soon in Med

by Mireille Vatine on 8 Apr 2001
With 380 miles gobbled up in 24 hours, Roman Paszke and his crew could well reach Marseilles as early as Tuesday. Indeed, the Polish boat only has 780 miles left to do to reach the Phocaean City where a warm welcome certainly awaits her.

Behind, Team Legato is trailing by 400 miles. Penalised by her Canaries pit stop, Tony Bullimore is not likely to catch his rival as he had hoped when setting off from Las Palmas yesterday.
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