The Clipper Round the World Yacht Race, one of the toughest ocean challenges, ended at St Katherine Docks todayRead the full story ›
One of the toughest ocean challenges will end at St Katherine Docks today. Thousands are expected to lines the Thames as The Clipper Round the World Yacht Race comes to an end.
The race is a ten and a half month long expedition that takes in 40,000 mile of ocean across all six continents. The Parade of Sail down the Thames will start at 10am with Tower Bridge lifting for the three winning teams to cheering crowds of family, friends and supporters.
A London sailor thrown overboard in the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race is finally back on dry land. Andrew Taylor spent an hour an a half alone in the ocean 2,500 miles from land after he fell into the sea during a storm on March 31. He was hit by the yacht's rudder, which injured his leg.
The 46-year-old was battered by high waves, rain and hailstones before he was rescued by his fellow yachtsman. He was suffering from hypothermia and severe shock.
The 70ft racing yacht, Derry-Londonderry-Doire, arrived in San Francisco last night, completing the 10th stage of the race, in 6th place.
Mr Taylor was taken to Saint Francis Memorial Hospital where he was told his leg was deeply bruised but not broken. Mr Taylor has described the experience as 'horrific' and says he knows he's a very lucky man.
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A woman from Ealing has sailed into the history books.
Jeanne Socrates is 70 years old, and when she arrived at Victoria on Canada's west coast this morning she became the oldest woman to sail around the world solo, non-stop and unassisted.
She's been speaking to our reporter Piers Hopkirk.
70-year-old Jeanne Socrates has made history by becoming the first woman to sail around the world alone, nonstop and unassisted.Read the full story ›
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