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Pip Hare Ocean Racing Nov 17
Time to practice 'off the boat' shots with a giant selfie stick made from a carp rod
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adey Nov 16
Sad news. Corum dismasted. ☹️
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adey Nov 20
Replying to @adeyf69
Rule 4 - To finish first, first you have to finish. This is pretty obvious - but it is very important and can be forgotten in moments of high stress. It is a mindset, it is about risk management. 6/n
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11th Hour Racing Team Nov 16
Ever wonder what it's like stepping onto a foiling for the first time? 🚀⛵️ relives her first off-shore experience with the team during crew trials this fall 💪 Check out her blog on ➡️
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adey Nov 20
Day 11 1700 UK Time Tight and Fast Best describes the racing with in the lead but only a cigarette paper between them in terms of boat speed. Interesting days ahead. 1/n
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adey Nov 17
Not sure we want to see a version of this.🤣🤣🤣🤣
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adey Nov 21
Question is Alex actually onboard or in a carbon fibre shed at the bottom of his garden. 🛖🪴📹📷
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adey Nov 17
Day 8 0800 UK Time Calm Like a Bomb gained a few miles over the past 4 hours. Next job is to tackle the doldrums. Typically a light wind area but forecast looking good.
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adey Nov 16
Day 7 1700 UK Time I'll Keep Holding On keeping the others at bay. Next task dealing with the doldrums.
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adey Nov 21
Day 12 1100 UK Time 2 become 1 slips into second. Alex positioning shows that over the next 24 hours that he might have more wind and a slightly better angle than the others to the east. Nice close racing this is great. 😆
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adey Nov 22
Day 13 1100 UK Time Life in the Fast Lane into third whilst repairing structure damage. The clock is ticking. ⏱️⏱️ Hoping that Alex can get back into the race. Not over yet still over 80% of the race to go.
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adey Nov 18
Day 9 1700 UK Time Settle for Nothing For Next task is get past Recife whilst maintaining or increase the gap between 2/3. Then looking for a route to the southern ocean though the high pressure systems.
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adey Nov 17
Day 8 1100 UK Time Dig Your Own Hole slows down in the Doldrum The chasing pack not feeling the effects yet. Can Alex work his way through to the stronger breeze first or will the others pick a path around him.
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adey Nov 20
Day 11 0800 UK Time I'll Stick Around Tight racing in the top three with still in the lead. Should be very interesting over the next few days with positioning for the lane to the southern ocean.
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adey Nov 19
The next couple of days will be interesting to see how this plays out.
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adey Nov 20
Day 11 1400 UK Time You can't always get what you want in the lead but with very tight racing between the top three. Who will be the first to the Southern Ocean?
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adey Nov 16
LinkedOut - going flat out. Nice.
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adey Nov 16
Insight into what it is like on a foiler
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adey Nov 19
Day 10 1100 UK Time Wide Open Gap closing on but some of this is due to the chasing pack being further to the east. Over the next few day the wind should give Alex a better angle. But will it enough for the extra distance.
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adey 2h
Day 15 0800 UK Time Back to Black back racing but with a slow night. Repairs ongoing. Possible alternative route to the south. Another interesting 24-48 hours coming up.
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