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Time Over Distance, Volume 9 | Brad Butterworth - Brad Butterworth will be lifting the lid on fascinating stories from the @americascup, Steinlager II and a special feature on Rambler 88 in the 9th edition of the RORC Time Over Distance Lockdown series of interviews. - Brad Butterworth has competed in seven editions of the America’s Cup in the afterguard, winning the America's Cup four times in succession. Butterworth’s winning streak of 16 consecutive races is unequalled. Butterworth was watch captain for Peter Blake’s Steinlager II, winning all six legs of the 1989 Whitbread Round the World Race. In recent year’s Butterworth has been tactician on George David’s Maxi Rambler 88, taking line honours in the #RolexFastnetRace, @rolexmiddlesearace, and both line honours and the race record for the RORC Caribbean 600. - Louay Habib interviews Brad Butterworth for an hour-long show featuring: pictures, videos and stories from a phenomenal career. Tune in on Friday 29 May 1700 BST. - #TimeOverDistance 📸 Th.Martinez / Rolex / Kurt Arrigo / Alinghi / Sally Samins
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Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

Today at 17:00 BST, LIVE on Facebook, we're joined by Sam Davies, exploring all Sam's stories from the @vendeeglobe2020 campaigns, @theoceanrace and even a Jules Verne attempt. - @samdavies_sailing currently campaigns the @imocaglobeseries 60 @initiativescoeur and has her eyes set on the next Vendee Globe. Join us at 5pm today on the RORC Facebook page. - #TimeOverDistance 📸 Vendée Globe
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Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

📸 Through the lens – Rick Tomlinson | 2014 Sevenstar Round Britain and Ireland Race. - Exceptional weather conditions resulted in the 2014 edition of the Sevenstar Round Britain and Ireland Race becoming an astonishing record-breaking edition! Sidney Gavignet's MOD 70, Musandam - Oman Sail completed the non-stop 1804nm race in just over 3 days and 3 hours in one of the RORC’s most tactically challenging offshore races. The race set an unprecedented five new world records due to an intense low pressure system settling over northern UK and making the race a downwind ride for the faster boats. Photographer, Rick Tomlinson captured all the action at the start: - “From 10 days out during the run-up to the start, the forecast had been for very strong south westerly winds. The options were to delay the start or change the direction of the race and a few days before the start in Cowes, RORC changed the direction to anticlockwise round Britain. I always look forward to shooting from a helicopter - even now I still get a real kick out of it - and I knew this was going to be a good one! - “There was a great mix of boats that year, including a MOD70, the Volvo 65s, Open 60, Class 40s etc. The only way to keep up with these boats and be able to shoot is from a helicopter. Just seeing a MOD70 or a VOR65 ‘sending it’ from a heli is an awesome experience. - “With budget retrains we only had a limited amount of flying time and within an hour of the start, the leading boats were already past Selsey Bill. It was with some reluctance that I gave the call to the heli pilot to start heading back, and to photograph the slower boats during our return to Cowes,” recalls RORC event photographer, Rick Tomlinson. - #ThroughTheLens @sevenstaryachttransport © @rick_tomlinson
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Join us at 5pm, LIVE on Facebook, Friday 15th May, where we'll be joined by Ian ‘Soapy’ Moore for a discussion with Louay Habib about the 2021 Rolex Fastnet Race Course. - Ian ‘Soapy’ Moore hails from Northern Ireland but has lived in Cowes, Isle of Wight for many years. As a navigator, Ian has a highly impressive record with big event wins literally running off the page: Volvo Ocean Race, Transatlantic Race, Rolex Sydney Hobart, Newport Bermuda Race, RORC Caribbean 600, Transpac, Rolex Middle Sea Race, Rolex Giraglia, HK Vietnam Race, and Round Ireland. - One big overall win has eluded Ian Moore - in nine attempts at the Rolex Fastnet Race Moore’s team has made the podium twice but failed to win the Royal Ocean Racing Club’s flagship race. Ian is fascinated by the Rolex Fastnet Race and is a leading expert on offshore racing tactics and strategy. He analyses the new route, giving expert advice on the nuances of the famous offshore classic scheduled to start on August 8th, 2021. - Visit our Facebook page tomorrow at 5pm to join us for #TimeOverDistance. #RORCLockdown 📸 @rolex
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📸 Through the Lens – David Branigan. - West Cork is a family holiday destination and a trip out to the Fastnet – weather permitting – is a regular adventure at least several times a year. It’s about 15 nautical miles from Baltimore, depending on which route is taken, that usually takes in a visit to Cape Clear where there is a memorial to the ’79 Fastnet Race. - I picked this image of Matt Brooks’ S&S 52' Yawl Dorade in the Rolex Fastnet Race for many reasons; the classic yacht in a classic offshore race, not in champagne sailing conditions but on a grey skies day that adds to the allure. Like sailing, marine photography means accepting the conditions even if secretly wishing for clear blue skies and brilliant sunshine. - “I got my break photographing the Whitbread Round the World Race in 1989 following the NCB Ireland campaign. Another five races followed, plus Olympic Games, Admiral’s and Commodores’ Cups, Round Ireland races, Cork Weeks and championship events at home and abroad. Photography led to writing for three national newspapers as well as radio and video work plus, most recently qualifying as a drone pilot and operator. Covering the Rolex Fastnet Race in West Cork for the national media and individual boats is a personal favourite. It’s a magical part of the world both for scenery and shoreside hospitality.” - #RORCLockdown © David Branigan | Photographer
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Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

Episode 7 of #TimeOverDistance, Ian Moore ‘walks the course’ for the 2021 Rolex Fastnet Race. - Ian ‘Soapy’ Moore hails from Northern Ireland but has lived in Cowes, Isle of Wight for many years. As a navigator, Ian has a highly impressive record with big event wins literally running off the page: Volvo Ocean Race, Transatlantic Race, @officialrolexsydneyhobart, Newport Bermuda Race, RORC Caribbean 600, Transpac, @rolexmiddlesearace, Rolex Giraglia, HK Vietnam Race, and Round Ireland. - One big overall win has eluded Ian Moore - in nine attempts at the Rolex Fastnet Race Moore’s team has made the podium twice but failed to win the Royal Ocean Racing Club’s flagship race. Ian is fascinated by the Rolex Fastnet Race and is a leading expert on offshore racing tactics and strategy. He analyses the new route, giving expert advice on the nuances of the famous offshore classic scheduled to start on August 8th, 2021. - #RolexFastnetRace @regionnormandie @manchetourisme 📸 @rolex / @carlo.borlenghi
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Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

#TimeOverDistance Volume 6: @deecaffari - Dare, Dream, Discover! - LIVE on Facebook, Friday 08 May 1700hrs, we're joined by Dee Caffari. Dee Caffari has sailed around the world six times. She is the first woman to have sailed single-handed and non-stop around the world in both directions and the only woman to have sailed non-stop around the world a total of three times. Dee was awarded an MBE in recognition of her achievements. - Tune in tomorrow at 17:00 BST to hear more about Dee's amazing voyages with Louay Habib. - #RORClockdown 📸 @roddyacqua / @theoceanrace / @vendeeglobe2020 / @deecaffari
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Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

📸 Through the Lens – Arthur Daniel 😍 - Arthur Daniel, from the Caribbean island of Grenada, has worked as part of the RORC media team for the past six years. His work captures the beauty of his native country and the triumph of competitors as they complete the longest race in the RORC racing calendar. - The 3,000nm annual battle across the Atlantic for the RORC Transatlantic Race Trophy started in 2014. He has also shot some memorable shots, working with the RORC team in Antigua for the start and finish of what has now become one of the world’s great 600nm offshore races – the RORC Caribbean 600. His images have graced the pages of several yachting magazines and online publications around the world. - “When I got into photography about 9 years ago, I wanted to try different types of camerawork and to challenge myself. Getting into sailing photography I started with our local Workboat Regatta and Grenada Sailing Week - It feels natural. Since I love adventure, a challenge, and capturing beautiful things, sailing is one of my favourite types of photography. I enjoy bringing landscape, sports and photojournalism photography into sailing.” - #RORClockdown #ThroughTheLens 📸 Arthur Daniel / @arthurdanielcreative
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Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

Friday 08 May 17:00 | #TimeOverDistance Volume 6 we're joined by @deecaffari. - Dee Caffari has sailed around the world six times. She is the first woman to have sailed single-handed and non-stop around the world in both directions and the only woman to have sailed non-stop around the world a total of three times. Dee was awarded an MBE in recognition of her achievements. - The live interview with Louay Habib will include stories, pictures and videos of Dee's amazing voyages, and news about her plans for the future. - © Maria Muina / Turn the Tide on Plastic #RORClockdown
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Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

Tomorrow at 17:00 BST, LIVE on Facebook, we're joined by @carlo.borlenghi, a pioneer in marine and yachting photography. - His award-winning photography has been at the heart of the Rolex Fastnet Race for generations. Join Carlo for a voyage through some of his amazing pictures, detailing the techniques used and also the story behind the scenes. - #RORClockdown 📸 @rolex / @roddyacqua
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Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

📸 Through the Lens – Ingrid Abery - With a BA Hons Degree in Sculpture & Photography in her back pocket, Ingrid Abery cut her marine photographic teeth tracking the renowned 18ft skiff fleet powering down Sydney Harbour in a 26 knot Nor’easter from a helicopter. - Shifting from 3D to painting with light and form ‘in-camera’, her blank canvas these days is a large expanse of water and a set of race marks. With each wind shift, tack, gybe and close mark rounding she endeavours to frame compelling images to illustrate, inspire and move her audience. Equally at home working from a helicopter as on a white-knuckle RIB ride, a drone has more recently been added to her inventory. - Being at the sharp end of numerous RORC races as a fleet cross-tacks towards a dramatic weather mark rounding keeps Ingrid Abery’s heart beating as a photographer. This selection depicts a smorgasbord of races from the Rolex Fastnet Race, IRC Rating Championship to the Rolex Middle Sea Race. - As well as the RORC racing calendar, Two Olympic Games, America’s Cups, Grand Prix, Superyacht, Classic and World Championship circuits have been documented through her lenses. This high-octane environment has served her well as event photographer for a diversity of international regattas and assignments over the past 20 years. - #RORClockdown 📸 Ingrid Abery / www.ingridabery.com
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Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

Volume 5 of #TimeOverDistance | Lights-Camera-Carlo 📸 - On Friday 1st May, 17:00 BST on RORC Facebook, we're joined by renowned photographer Carlo Borlenghi! - Carlo Borlenghi was born in 1956 in Bellano on Lake Como, Italy where he still lives today. Carlo started his photographic career following local regattas and since then has become a world-famous photographer working for Rolex nautical events, the America’s Cup and much more. - His award-winning photography has been at the heart of the Rolex Fastnet Race for generations. Join Carlo for a voyage through some of his amazing pictures, detailing the techniques used and also the story behind the scenes. - #RORCLockdown © @rolex / @carlo.borlenghi
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Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

For episode 4 of #TimeOverDistance, real life legend Skip Novak will be LIVE on Facebook with us tomorrow, Friday 24th April at 17:00 BST. - Skip Novak is best known for his participation in four Whitbread Round the World Yacht Races, including three as skipper with Alaska Eagle, Drum and Fazisi. Skip Novak is widely considered the world's preeminent authority on polar sailing and we're very excited to explore some of his awesome achievements! - #RORCLockdown © @rolex / @roddyacqua / @theoceanrace
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Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

The Royal Ocean Racing Club announce further cancellations and changes to some of its key events as the season progresses and the COVID-19 pandemic continues throughout April. - The decision comes after continued close monitoring of Government and medical advice, and in line with guidance from World Sailing and the Royal Yachting Association. The RORC’s intention is to adapt its race programme and courses as necessary in order to get members and competitors on the water as soon as it is possible and appropriate. - Myth of Malham - Cancelled One of the most popular and tactically challenging races, the 230nm Myth of Malham race, scheduled to start on Saturday 23rd May (Bank Holiday), has regretfully been cancelled. - De Guingand Bowl - Cancelled The next cancellation in the 2020 RORC Season’s Points Championship is the De Guingand Bowl on Saturday 6th June. The race traditionally sails a course relatively close to the Isle of Wight with a Club finish back in the Solent. RORC Racing Manager Chris Stone comments: “In previous editions, it has provided a great opportunity for the Race Committee to try different aspects of course setting to challenge the fleet and its navigators. Last year we tried out some really exciting and new ideas around the course and the weather, and we were extremely keen to keep that going again. Sadly it’s not to be this year, but we will continue to explore these ideas in 2021!" - East Coast Race – Under review The Club is also working closely with EAORA (East Anglian Offshore Racing Association) and the East Coast Race which is still currently scheduled for the 19th June. - IRC National Championship – Potential Date Change The RORC are also considering moving the IRC National Championships from its scheduled June timeslot to Friday 11th, Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th September. The potential move would see the IRC Nationals being run together with the IRC Double-Handed National Championship scheduled for the same weekend. - To read the full press release, visit www.rorc.org. #WeWillRaceAgain
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Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

📸 Through The Lens. Week 3 | Tim Wright - In 1993 Tim Wright was living on his 34 ft sailing boat in the Caribbean and started to photograph yachts as a means of survival. Today he still spends much of the year afloat in the Caribbean where he is now considered the leading practitioner of marine photography in the region. He now splits his time between the Caribbean and regattas in the UK and the Mediterranean. - The RORC Caribbean 600 celebrated its 12th edition back in February and since the first race in 2009, yachting photographer Tim Wright has captured the spirt and essence of the race as yachts compete around the 600nm course. - “One of the challenges of photographing the RORC Caribbean 600 is how to cover the fleet effectively on a sensible budget. In 2016 I had the idea of following the race on my own (very modest) 43 foot ketch Seascape, instead of chasing them in a fast powerboat and/or helicopter. This involved stops at Barbuda, St. Barths and, finally, Redonda. The latter required anchoring on a narrow strip of black sand at the foot of a 300 metre cliff, but once settled in, I was able to go out in the dinghy and shoot passing race boats with Redonda majestically in the background." - "This shot of Jethou stands out to me because all the elements aligned - a boat sailing on the limit, spectacular wave action, perfect light and dramatic background.” - #WeWillRaceAgain #RORCLockdown 📸 Tim Wright http://photoaction.com
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Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

Time Over Distance Volume 4 | Skip Novak. - On Friday 24th April at 17:00 BST, we're delighted to be joined by a real life legend, Skip Novak, LIVE on Facebook. - Born in Chicago 1952, Skip Novak is best known for his participation in four Whitbread Round the World Yacht Races including three as skipper with Alaska Eagle, Drum and Fazisi. - Simon Le Bon’s Drum famously capsized in the 1985 Fastnet Race but went on to compete in the Whitbread Round the World Race, finishing third. In 1989 Skip Novak project-managed the build of the first Soviet entry in the Whitbread Race - as the Iron Curtain was coming down, Novak skippered Fazisi in the round the world race. Wishing to combine his mountaineering skills with sailing, Novak built his first expedition yacht Pelagic in 1987 and has since spent every season in Antarctic waters. - #RORCLockdown
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Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

For episode 3 of #TimeOverDistance, we're joined by Andrew 'Dog' Palfrey, Two time Etchells World Champion, 5.5 Metre World Champion and Olympic sailor! - Andrew Palfrey will be delivering a keelboat masterclass. Andrew has coached World Championship winning teams in the Farr40, Farr30, RC44, Etchells and Star class. In recent years Palfrey has coached a wide variety of teams from Maxis to Quarter Tonners. - For the RORC Time Over Distance Series Andrew will present a live hour-long interactive show covering planning, goal setting, teamwork and equipment. The presentation will also cover increasing performance through speed, starts, and also upwind and downwind techniques. - Join us LIVE on Facebook, Friday 17th April, 1700 BST. - #RORCLockdown 📸 @rolex / @roddyacqua
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Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

📸 Through the lens | Paul Wyeth - RORC Easter Challenge - The RORC Easter Challenge has been running for nearly three decades and for over 15 years, marine photographer Paul Wyeth has been capturing the action in the RORC’s season opener. He selects a few of his favourite shots from 2010-2019. - The event has been a firm fixture on the RORC racing calendar for the past 27 years and the training regatta has kicked off the club’s domestic racing season since 1992. Red Funnel supported the event for over 18 years, until 2009, making it one of the longest running sponsorships with the Club. Free world-class coaching on and off the water, from grand masters like Jim Saltonstall and the expert team at @north_sails is followed by post-race video debriefs. Winners are rewarded with a plethora of Easter Eggs at the end of the three-day regatta. - Paul Wyeth has lived and worked by the sea all his life and is based on the Isle of Wight. Apart from a brief spell away whilst studying for a design degree, the sea has always been central to him; from teaching sailing, through to boat building and work for the RYA. His background in design combines well with hands-on experience at sea. An appreciation of light and a passion for capturing the energy and grace of the sea is his driving force. - Paul has captured many stunning images of RORC races and specialises in photographing from a small RIB allowing him to get right into the action: close but not too close! His experience in boat handling is a real asset when it comes to successfully getting the shot without getting in the way. Paul also shoots aerial images from helicopter and drones when conditions or budget allow! - #WeWillRaceAgain © RORC / @paulwyethphotography
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Join us LIVE on Facebook for volume 2 of Time Over Distance. - On Good Friday at 1700 BST, we're joined by Alexis Loison and @jackbouttell. Alexis shot to fame winning the 2013 Rolex Fastnet Race, racing with his father on Night and Day. Jack is part of the Spindrift Jules Verne Challenge and also won the Volvo Ocean Race 2017-2018 with Dongfeng Race Team. - Tuned in LIVE on Facebook at 1700 BST on Friday 10th April. - #RORCLockdown 📸 Spindrift Racing/Rolex/Dongfeng/The Ocean Race
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📸 Through The Lens. Week 1 | Rick Tomlinson - As our lockdown efforts continue, we wanted to keep you engaged with some of the great images captured over the years by some of yachtings finest photographers. This week, we feature Rick Tomlinson and this iconic shot of Jolie Brise rounding the Fastnet Rock. - “One of my all-time favourite pictures is this shot of Jolie Brise at the Fastnet Rock. It came about because her skipper Toby Marris asked me if I could get a picture of them rounding the Rock in the 2013 Rolex Fastnet Race. I was concerned that if we attempted this during the race, they were likely to round in the dark. Toby’s response was “no problem, we can sail over a week before, do the pictures, sail back and then do the race!” Good positive attitude! - “The picture was to commemorate the 100-year birthday of Jolie Brise as she was the boat that won the very first Fastnet Race in 1925. She also won in 1929 and 1930 and to this day is the only boat to ever win three Fastnet Races. This picture hangs in the Jolie Brise Room at RORC’s Club House in London. - Read more at http://www.rorc.org/racing/time-over-distance - #WeWillRaceAgain #RORCLockdown 📸 Rick Tomlinson

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