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Around the World with GAES Centros Auditivos
News APR 1, 2015 12:19

Around the World with GAES Centros Auditivos

The podium of Anna Corbella and Gerard Marín in this Barcelona World Race comes as the result of a well planned programme which near perfectly strategically and delivered and their capacity to overcome difficulties.
Their race can be divided into three phases: battling for the lead in the Atlantic, the defence of third place in the Indian Ocean and then a brave chase second place in the Pacific and the Atlantic.

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News MAR 31, 2015 17:55

The Med's last laugh

The tricksy Mediterranean could yet play a final April Fool on the Barcelona World Race fleet. A tortuous final 200 miles for GAES Centros Auditivos sees Anna Corbella and Gerard Marín due to arrive in Barcelona tomorrow night... or Wednesday morning. Second-placed Guillermo Altadill reflects on his race and praises his co-skipper José Muñoz "Without him I don’t think we could have finished the race."

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Around the World with GAES Centros Auditivos
News APR 1, 2015 12:19

Around the World with GAES Centros Auditivos

The podium of Anna Corbella and Gerard Marín in this Barcelona World Race comes as the result of a well planned programme which near perfectly strategically and delivered and their capacity to overcome difficulties.
Their race can be divided into three phases: battling for the lead in the Atlantic, the defence of third place in the Indian Ocean and then a brave chase second place in the Pacific and the Atlantic.

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News MAR 30, 2015 22:55

Slow Motion Finish for Neutrogena

Sunday was supposed to be the last night at sea for Guillermo Altadill and José Munoz but the Neutrogena duo who are destined to finish in second are stuck in light winds within the last 30 miles of Barcelona.
Altadill and Munoz are now expected around 2300hrs UTC/O100hrs local time Barcelona

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Jean-Pierre Dick: "I really wanted to be on the start line”
Interviews DEC 27, 2014 13:41

Jean-Pierre Dick: "I really wanted to be on the start line”

Jean-Pierre Dick has won both editions of the Barcelona World Race so far. But the French skipper will not race this time to defend his title. The skipper from Nice is working on his new IMOCA 60 Saint-Michel-Virbac, a Verdier-VPLP design which he is having built for the next Vendée Globe. The boat will be launched at the end of the spring 2015 but until then the skipper is high and dry, boat-less. So there will not be a third double-handed circumnavigation for JP, even if the Barcelona World Race is an event he dearly loves and wanted to be back in…

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Interviews  DEC 20, 2014 09:32

Guillermo Altadill: "It is up to the ocean to decide who is the favourite"

Guillermo Altadill has more round the world experience than any other skipper in the Barcelona World Race fleet, garnered from the earlier days of the Whitbread on Fortuna and Galicia-Pescanova, Assa Abloy and Ericsson as well as The Race on the Maxi multi Club Med. He has amassed an incredible number of ocean racing miles over 30 or so years on all types of craft.

Guillermo Altadill: "It is up to the ocean to decide who is the favourite"
Interviews DEC 11, 2014 13:16

Bruno Garcia: “I heart the Barcelona World Race”

Bruno Garcia is a Barcelona based cardiologist who has always liked to make his own heart beat just a little faster. For many years he has been at the forefront of Spain's solo and short handed ocean racing movement, one of the pioneers who has inspired some of the younger Spanish ocean racers. And when he is not ocean racing, working as an interventionist cardiologist he is something of an extreme skier. The other love always close to his heart is his family. He also loves to spend time with them. 

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Food and nutrition: much more than a diet
Articles MAR 12, 2015 12:09

Food and nutrition: much more than a diet

Eating well during a double-handed round the world regatta is one of the pillars of racing success. The foods must not only cover the skippers' dietary needs, but also form the basis of vast logistical operation, involving water, energy and boat performance. Jordi Griso, sports coordinator of the FNOB sailing crews tells us all about it in this video from the Barcelona World Race Ocean Campus.

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Articles  MAR 6, 2015 16:52

Farr Sighted

Since the Volvo Ocean Race started in October the daily routine in the Farr Yacht Design office changed with everyone pouring over 3 hourly scheds to check the progress of the Volvo Ocean Race.  Even the slightest slow down or unexpected maneuver has our team looking at news feeds and watching for text messages and emails while hoping it is just a cloud or an obstruction or a tactical decision and not some major damage or crew injury.  Most the time these blips have been minor issues with the exception of the Team Vestas Wind grounding, which within hours was about as serious as it gets.

Farr Sighted
Articles DEC 30, 2014 11:52

Keeping watch over the skippers

Race Direction monitor the Barcelona World Race crews around the clock, 24 hours a day, tracking the boats’ progress virtually minute by minute, mile by mile around the world, to – hopefully – Barcelona. They keep the various MRCCs (maritime rescue and surveillance organisations) updated throughout the race. And in times of crisis they are the first point of contact for the skippers and the teams, and thereafter coordinate any actions required. 

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2ND INTERNATIONAL OCEAN RESEARCH CONFERENCE

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Barcelona, capital of ocean science

From 17 to 21 November, in Barcelona, the scientific community will plan the coming decade of international collaboration in marine science and technology, with a view to improving ocean governance.

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THE BARCELONA WORLD RACE INTERPRETATION CENTRE

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The Barcelona World Race Interpretation Centre, home to Spain's first permanent ocean sailing exhibition, also hosts special events and corporate hospitality programs. Discover the charm and original architectural features of this remodeled Port building.