Freddy Mopping the Floor: If there is one leg of the Volvo Ocean Race to be apprehensive about, it is Leg 7, the route from New Zealand to Brazil. Predicted to be cold and windy with mammoth seas, Turn the Tide on Plastic's onboard reporter Sam Greenfield checks in the second day of this classic course in offshore racing.: Google Alert – “volvo ocean race”
Volvo Ocean Race: Dive, dive, dive: (March 19, 2018; Day 2) – The start yesterday from Auckland saw the seven-boat Volvo Ocean Race fleet sail straight into a 30-knot easterly, with today offering little let-up with winds hovering around 25 knots producing similar boat speeds as the teams begin Leg 7 to Brazil. An opening day lead for …: Google Alert – “volvo ocean race”
The Volvo Ocean Race returns to Cape Town in 2017 and will be in the City from 24 November to 10 December. The first of Leg 2 yachts are expected to arrive on 27 November with the start of Leg 3 to Melbourne on 10 December 2017:
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