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17 May 2022

15:19
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Dalin: “The year couldn't have started better"

Charlie Dalin (APIVIA) won the third edition of the Guyader Bermudes 1000 Race which in fact is his first solo victory in IMOCA (excluding being first across the line in the Vendée Globe) and his fourth overall IMOCA race win since 2019 in all different formats combined. Twenty one of the 24 solo sailors entered have racked up their miles in their 2024 Vendée Globe selection race.

03 May 2022

12:00
Vendée Arctique - Les Sables d'Olonne

The grand parade 2020 Vendée Globe skippers

To launch the summer season, the festivities will begin on Friday 3rd June 2022 with the Grand Parade of the 2020 Vendée Globe Skippers, to celebrate these men and women of the sea.

This parade will take place on the Remblai in Les Sables d'Olonne. It will begin from Place de Strasbourg from 9.30pm to Casino des Atlantes and will be punctuated by a firework display visible from the Grande Plage.   

A privileged moment of sharing between the public and the skippers who have made them dream of the open sea during this time of pandemic and confinement.  

24 September 2021

10:20
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Défi Azimut, Plenty of Promise

Last weekend in Lorient, 14 duos contested the last official event before November’s Transat Jacques Vabre. While Charlie Dalin and Paul Meilhat once again demonstrated their talent, Thomas Ruyant - Morgan Lagravière (LinkedOut), Justine Mettraux-Simon Fisher (11th Hour) and Sam Davies-Nicolas Lunven ( Initiatives Coeur) all showed considerable promise.

30 August 2021

15:32
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Dalin Back To Work, On Top, And Looking Only Forwards

Almost eight months after crossing the finish line of the Vendée Globe first but taking second after time corrections Charlie Dalin has fully recovered.  Together with Paul Meilhat, he won the Rolex Fastnet Race comfortably in early August and the duo certainly establish themselves as favourites to win the Transat Jacques-Vabre in November.

27 January 2021

21:55
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Charlie Dalin, first quotes on finishing

On his arrival into the Channel Charlie Dalin, first to finish the Vendee Globe said. “I am happy to have finished the race in the lead! And this is still a pretty incredible welcome......from nothing to this! I knew there would be some people, but I am surprised by this welcome.”

“ It is a magical race. It has changed me, I am not sure how yet, but it has. There are so many emotions, of such strength, things I have not felt before. It is so strong, I do not know how it will affect me, but for sure it will.”

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