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The Versoisienne will take the start of “The Ocean Race Europe” this Saturday. By joining the 11th Hour Racing Team, Justine Mettraux is also discovering the world of IMOCAs, which could well lead her to the Vendée Globe in 2024. Interview.

After a year 2020 turned upside down by the Covid-19, where races and challenges have become rare, Justine Mettraux will go completely. The program for this new season promises to be substantial for the sailor from Versailles, who set herself the record for the tour of the British Isles last August, just before joining the American team of the 11th Hour Racing Team as a coskipper. .

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