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70 Candidates For Glory (Nautica)
by NewsReader 02-20-2007

70 skippers, of which 21 are rookies, 4 women and 6 foreigners, have submitted entries to take the start of La Solitaire Afflelou Le Figaro 2007. The sailors will cover some 1,876 nautical miles between the 21st of July and 24th of August sailing single-handed between France, Ireland and Spain; including a record 762-mile long leg between Brest and La Coruña (SPAIN).

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