Justine Mettraux TEAMWORK.NET
2024 1st Participation
36 years old
Swiss sailor Justine Mettraux first sailed on Lake Geneva on her family's boat, then at the Geneva Regatta Training Centre, and quickly developed a passion for racing and the open sea. In 2013, for her first major ocean race, she completed the Mini Transat in 2nd place with her sponsor TeamWork. She continues to train and progress by taking part in all the major ocean races: Volvo Ocean Race, Solitaire du Figaro, Transat Jacques Vabre, etc. In 2022, her long-standing sponsor, TeamWork, bought a new-generation foiler to enable her to prepare the Vendée Globe 2024.
Rolex Fastnet Race - 7th
The Ocean Race - Leg 5 with 11th Hour Racing Team - 1st
Route du Rhum - 7th
Défi Azimut - Lorient Agglomération - 6th
Transat Jacques Vabre - Abandon
Défi Azimut-Lorient Agglomération - 2nd
Rolex Fastnet Race - 3rd
The Ocean Race Europe - 2nd
La Solitaire - 11th
Volvo Ocean Race - Dongfeng Race Team - 1st
La Solitaire - 7th
Transat Jacques Vabre - 4th Class40
Volvo Ocean Race - 6th
Mini-Transat - 2nd
- Former names: Charal
- Architect: VPLP
- Construction: CDK Technologies - Port La Forêt
- Launch Date: 20 August 2018
- Length: 18,28 m
- Beam: 5,85 m
- Draught: 4,50 m
- Weight: 8 t
- Mast height: 29 m
- Upwind sail area: 320 m2
- Downwind sail area: 600 m2
TeamWork is a major player in consulting, technological integration and innovation. The company is recognised by its customers for improving their operational performance, supporting them in their transformation and generating new levers for growth and competitiveness. TeamWork supports both large international accounts and small and medium-sized businesses in 4 key areas: Management Consulting, SAP Business Solutions, Technology Platforms and Data Analytics. With 1,000 employees and 23 offices around the world, TeamWork stands out for its ability to guarantee 24/7 facilities management and geographical proximity to its customers.
Magenta Project / Vaincre les Maladies Lysosomales association
Justine has been involved with two associations for many years.
The Magenta Project, founded after Team SCA's participation in the Volvo Ocean Race, aims to achieve gender parity in sailing and to lead the way towards greater diversity and inclusion in all areas.
The VML association is the only structure in France enabling all those affected by one of the 50 lysosomal diseases to make their voices heard and to pool investment in scientific and medical research.