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11/11 - 08h11

Prince De Bretagne fourth into Guadeloupe

This Tuesday, November 11 at 06 H 44 min 50 s, UTC Lionel Lemonchois crossed the finish line of the 10th Route du Rhum-Destination Guadeloupe The skipper of Prince de Bretagne took 8 days 14 hours 47mins 9 seconds to sail the theoretical course distance of 3542 miles at an average speed of 16.89 knots. He actually traveled 4511 miles at 21.51 knots average. The difference in the first, Loick Peyron and past record holder Lempnchois is 1d 2h 36m 18s

So Lemonchois won the duel in the night

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

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