Saturday , July 24 2021

Romanian Way: Gabart waits for Route to rummy in Guadeloupe on Sunday morning

Makip's forward is Frances Jayon, the best leader in the Oriental Dohum.

In Pointe-à-Pitre,

Route du rhum winner In 2014, François Gabart has been rebuilt in four years after the most beautiful transatlantic. And this time in the category of two mono-multicolored Ultimate categories. The fastest man in the world (42 days in 2017) led by Masli-Trimarjan Makip (32 meters) fell below the symbolic path of 1,000 miles per night from Friday to Saturday.

Francis Joyon (62 years old, IDEAS) leader and his successor follower The South Tropic Waterfall has begun a series of southwestern India maneuvers where end of vigorous gravitational pulls and winds. If he lost one feather, mattress Gabart hopes to be happy tonight (from 112 to 1:45 until the French time). The organizers announced that Charentais was expected to be available Sunday morning in Guadalupe, on a small island in the north. Before reaching the east of the Canal des Saintes, Captain Maciff's captain goes through a delicate hole in Basse Terre and passes through the Sunday Sundays. local morning in the middle of everyday life in France.

Until next Friday, the first one in Poon-A-Pitre is not expected. In what order? It will remain an instant. Paul Thilon, Paul Meilhat (SMA), and Vincent Riu (RHB) or Yann Eliez (War-St-Michel) will fight in a major battlefield. The Thibaut Vauchel-Camus (Sollayer in Peloton ARSEP) mainframe breakdown at Multi50 offers a boulevard on Thursday, which is expected at Pointe-à-Pitre, at Armel Tripton (Chocolate Rite). The 53-stroke) and the highly explosive class of the class are still supervised by the British Phil Sharp (Imerys Clean Energy) 67 miles away from Veedol-AIC. Aymeric Chappellier (Aina Childhood & Future) and Kito De Pavant (Midi Made In). The first 40 feet of the pontoon could have been docked on Wednesday, November 20, ten days after becoming the winner of this 11th edition of the Romanian edition.

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