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  • line today at 2229 UTC (and local time) to set a new world record for sailing solo around the world. Her 71 day, 14 hour, 18 minute, and 33 second voyage
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  • Thursday, May 18, 2006  Briton Dee Caffari and her 72 ft steel cutter Aviva are on the last part of their journey around the world. The former PE teacher
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  • Saturday, July 15, 2006  The Royal Navy aircraft carrier HMS Illustrious and landing ship HMS Bulwark have been ordered to 'make ready' to sail to Lebanon
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  • fallen into disrepair since Soviet times. "We have far too many old ships sailing our waters," President Dmitri Medvedev said on Monday. He vowed to bring
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  • inexperienced to safely travel alone, but Watson's mother stated that she had been sailing since she was eight years old. Last week, it was questioned whether Watson
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  • tanker, which can transport more than two million barrels of oil, was sailing from Saudi Arabia to the United States when it was hijacked. A tanker full
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  • Tuesday, July 5, 2005  Soon after a UN report highlighted the food crisis facing Somalia, a ship carrying food aid to Somalia has been hijacked off
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  • Douglas. "Americas Cup: Emirates Team New Zealand post race quotes" — BYM Sailing & Sports News, June 24, 2007 Christopher Clarey. "America's Cup: Team New
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  • boat, Wild Eyes, which had lost its mast earlier. Sunderland had been sailing amid a rough storm in the Indian Ocean early Thursday when her boat was
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  • 2007 Daphne Morgan Barnicoat. "Americas Cup. Alinghi comments on its win over Emirates Team New Zealand" — BYM Sailing & Sports News, June 23, 2007
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  • Wednesday, May 24, 2006  British sailor Adrian Flanagan, seeking to become the first person to single-handedly circumnavigate the globe in a north-south
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  • losses in emerging markets like India, Mexico, and Brazil. sports - sailing Briton Dee Caffari and her 72ft steel cutter Aviva are on the last part
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  • Saturday, June 30, 2007  File:America's Cup.jpg The Swiss yachting team, Alinghi, have defeated Team New Zealand in the fifth race for the 32nd
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  • Sunday, July 1, 2007  The Switzerland-based yachting team, Alinghi have defeated Team New Zealand to bring their overall wins to four, with New Zealand
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  • America's Cup: Alinghi wins (category Sailing)
    kept it close when we got past them on the first run they just kept on sailing the way they do and beat us fair and square in the end." "It don’t think
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  • Australian wheelchair basketball player and captain, will be competing in sailing for her sixth Games. Contrasting Australian Paralympians with their Olympian
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  • Japan today. The 62-foot (19-meter) doubled-hulled canoe, rigged with two sailing masts, completed a journey of 8,450 miles (13,600 kilometres). Bruce Blankenfield
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  • MacArthur had previously beaten Joyon's record in 2005. "The speed part, the sailing passion part, that's extraordinary. But what is the strongest of all is
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  • Britons Iain Percy and Andy Simptson won the gold medal in the star class sailing event after a successful performance in the final round, which took place
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