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The Race, a year later By The Race Press office, 5:04 AM Sat 2 Mar 2002
On March 3rd 2001 in Marseilles, the maxi-catamaran Club Med crossed the finishing line to win the first edition of The Race, after 62 days, 6 hours, 56 minutes and 33 seconds of extraordinary sailing. 27,408 miles (or 50,760 km) devoured at the astonishing average of 18.3 knots.Onboard, 13 members of crew, skilled, solid and complementary... recruited from the highest international ranks and representing no fewer than six different nations. ...[more]

Team Adventure provides lesson for School Children & sailors alike By Keith Taylor, Team Adventure Media , 3:32 PM Mon 16 Apr 2001
What does it feel like to sail at 26 knots in a true wind speed of 12 knots? ...[more]

Team Legato set to arrive on Saturday By Team Legato, France , 6:39 AM Sat 14 Apr 2001
The prospect of a strong nor’westerly Mistral tonight threatens to delay the arrival of Tony Bullimore’s catamaran TEAM LEGATO until late afternoon tomorrow (Easter Saturday). ...[more]

Team Legato ETA Sat 14th at Marseille, France By Team Legato/APP Sports News Ltd, France , 7:34 AM Fri 13 Apr 2001
The multihull Team Legato skippered by Tony Bullimore will be the final boat to complete the ultimate non-stop round the world race when he arrives in Marseille (eta night of Friday 13th) after nearly 102 days at sea. ...[more]

Further delay for Team Legato By Barry Pickthall, UK , 6:48 AM Thu 12 Apr 2001
TEAM LEGATOs arrival in Marseilles delayed due to light headwinds ...[more]

The Race...Team Legato..the bad luck continues, crewman breaks leg. By Barry Pickthall, Team Legato , 7:02 AM Wed 11 Apr 2001
Slava Sysenko, the 47-year-old Ukrainian crewman aboard Tony Bullimore's Team Legato, LEGATO, fractured his leg earlier today ...[more]

The Race Warta Polpharma arrives in Marseilles By Mireille Vatine, Marseilles , 6:59 AM Wed 11 Apr 2001
Warta Polpharma, the Polish catamaran, left Barcelona on 31st December 2000 at 14h00 and has therefore taken just under 100 days to complete her circumnavigation ...[more]

TEAM LEGATO to pass through the Straits of Gibraltar at lunch time. By Barry Pickthall, London , 7:31 PM Tue 10 Apr 2001
At 06:00 GMT today, Tony Bullimore, reported that they were within 67 miles of the Straits and expected to pass Gibraltar at lunch time ...[more]

Predicted arrival in Mediterranean for Team Legato By Barry Pickthall, UK , 6:15 AM Tue 10 Apr 2001
Now within 150 miles of sighting the Rock of Gibraltar, Tony Bullimore predicts that he and his TEAM LEGATO crew will pass through the Straits into the Mediterranean early tomorrow on the final stage of their circumnavigation. ...[more]

The Race, the Polish Catamaran Warta-Polpharma soon in Med By Mireille Vatine, Marseilles , 7:09 AM Sun 8 Apr 2001
With 380 miles gobbled up in 24 hours, Roman Paszke and his crew could well reach Marseilles as early as Tuesday. ...[more]

The Race, Team Legato sailing again after 5.5 hour stopover By Mireille Vatine, Event Media , 6:32 AM Sat 7 Apr 2001
Just 5.5 little hours whilst the approach to the Canaries meant 1000 miles upwind! ...[more]

Light winds delay Team Legato By Barry Pickthall, UK , 8:11 AM Fri 6 Apr 2001
This delay has cost the Team Legato crew 4th place. For overnight their Polish rivals on Warta Polpharma will have skirted around the top if the Azores high and are know 4th - 21 miles ahead of TEAM LEGATO ...[more]

The Race..Struggle street for Tony Bullimore By Mireille Vatine, Marseilles , 7:00 AM Thu 5 Apr 2001
With barely 100 miles covered since yesterday, Team Legato is really struggling to reach the port of Las Palmas ...[more]

The Race...Team Legato battles headwinds to Las Palmas By Barry Pickthall, London , 6:31 AM Thu 5 Apr 2001
25-30 knot head winds are slowing their progress towards Las Palmas in the Canaries for a pit-stop to replace the broken ball joint on the catamaran's wing mast. ...[more]

Maybe Huey just does not like Bullimore? (Editor) By Barry Pickthall, London , 6:18 PM Tue 3 Apr 2001
Strong head winds from the North East - exactly the way that Tony Bullimore and his crew need to go - are slowing progress towards Las Palmas in the Canaries ...[more]

Major, Major for Team Legato By Barry Pickthall, Team Legato Media , 6:06 PM Mon 2 Apr 2001
The steel ball joint supporting the 1 ton wing mast on TEAM LEGATO split on Thursday and has forced Tony Bullimore and his crew to head for the Canaries. ...[more]

Celebrations in Marseilles for end of the Race By Mireille Vatine, The Race media , 9:05 AM Sun 1 Apr 2001
Warta Polpharma and Team Legato continue their fight, back up to Gibraltar, where they ought to be getting in around about 7th April for a 9th or 10th finish.. ...[more]

The Race Marseilles is Blowing up a Mistral By Mireille Vatine, Event Media , 9:11 AM Sat 31 Mar 2001
When it blows here, it blows... The Mistral is sluicing through the Port of Marseilles, our giants are tied up to their pontoons and there's no chance of them going sailing today. ...[more]

TEAM LEGATO gains a further 70 miles on Polish rivals overnight By Barry Pickthall, London , 6:41 PM Fri 30 Mar 2001
It is all down to VMG (Velocity Made Good). TEAM LEGATO have sailed less miles over the past 24 hours than Warta Polpharma, but they are closing on the mark. ...[more]

The Race...its a long way upwind in a down wind flyer. By Paul Larsen, Team Legato, North Atlantic , 7:46 AM Fri 30 Mar 2001
As Team Legato beats towards Marseilles, Australian watch leader Paul Larson reflects on a case of so near and yet so far: ...[more]

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