Extreme 40s head to France for penultimate Act of 2013, presented by Land Rover
The Extreme 40s are getting ready to flex their seafaring muscles at the penultimate Act of the 2013 global Extreme Sailing Series™ in just one week presented by Land Rover. Set against the backdrop of the world famous Promenade des Anglais, Nice on the French Riviera will provide the playground for the eight Extreme 40s including the home nation entry, the first club by ALL4ONE Racing Team from the 3-6 October. This Act is all about putting valuable points on the leaderboard to set the teams up for the final clash in Florianópolis, Brazil. Watch all the Extreme 40 action live online, 1500-1600 BST/1600-1700 CEST, 4-6 October, video here at johnthecrowd.com
Into the business end of the season – Extreme 40s head to the French Riviera for the penultimate Act » Extreme Sailing Series: "Set against the backdrop of the world famous Promenade des Anglais, Nice on the French Riviera will provide the playground for the eight Extreme 40s including the home nation entry, the first club by ALL4ONE Racing Team from the 3-6 October"
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