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How to follow finishes

Before crossing the finish line which lies about 350 metres off the Point de la Verdure (By Gosier) competitors have to round the island to port (leaving it on their left side) and then leave the Basse-Terre buoy to starboard. From that mark it is 24 miles to the finish.

 

To follow progress on this site the tracker is updated every six minutes once the boats are within 20 miles of la Tete a l'Anglais (the N Point of Basse Terre). This is for all the competitors. Thereafter the press conference (in French) will be streamed live as will the key finishes.

There is a prize from the CCI Guadeloupe which is awarded for the best time in each class between the Basse Terre mark and the finish.

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Autres actualités

11/04/2017

 Entries Are Open

Entries Are Open

Long awaited by skippers, boat and team owners, stakeholders and sponsors alike the Notice of Race for the 40th anniversary Route du Rhum-Destination Guadeloupe was published and made available on Tuesday 24th October. The official document drawn up and published by OC Sport Pen Duick, the organisers of the historic event, formally opens the entry registration process and announces the opening dates of the 12,000 m2 race village in Saint Malo. The village will be open from Wednesday 24th October and stays open until after the start on Sunday November 4th.

11/22/2014

Sir Robin's In The Pink on Grey Power, finished third!

Sir Robin's In The Pink on Grey Power, finished third!

Sir Robin Knox-Johnston finishes third in Rhum Class in La Route du Rhum-Destination Guadeloupe Solo Transatlantic Race. Hours from the finish line, when he was locked in a tense final battle with Italian course record holder for his class Andrea Mura, doing all he could to steal second, Britain's Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, 75, pronounced that he would be simply 'ecstatic' if he were to finish third in the Rhum Class of La Route du Rhum-Destination Guadeloupe, the 3542 miles solo race from Saint-Malo, France to Guadeloupe in the French West Indies.