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The best sailor in the U.S., Paul Cayard, may have mellowed some, but he's applying his trademark intensity to bringing home the America's Cup
April 20, 1998
Spring break is almost over for the nine boats competing in the Whitbread Round the World Race. After a three-week layover in Fort Lauderdale (more high-tech tuning up than high-times tuning out), the odyssey, which...
May 09, 1994 | Amy Nutt
Dawn Riley slows down for no one. The skipper of the 64-foot yacht Heineken, one of 10 W60-class boats now competing in the Whitbread Round the World Race, was caught in a hailstorm off the coast of Tasmania in...
August 02, 1993 | Amy Nutt
A crew from Ukraine scrimps and scrapes in the U.S. to prepare for a Homeric race around the world
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