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Monday, 20. February 2012   
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Class 40 - Global Ocean Race 2012 - Leg 3 - Day 23, Coleman/Kuttel NZL/RSA on top again
Pushed by the upcoming rear wind, the superiority of the new generation Class 40 was evident and Conrad Coleman NZL/Adrian Kuttel RSA could replace the temporary leaders Marco Nannini ITA/Hugo Ramos ESP on top. The advantage is 18 miles this morning. The leading duo will reach Cape Horn in about three days, at the same time as another depression zone with again very rough wind and sea conditions when rounding the Horn. The race-viewer and the report with a summary of the last race week.

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