Rolex Middle Sea Race 2018 Susie Goodall 's EPIRB Activated, 2 days ago 23:19
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Susie Goodall 's EPIRB Activated, Rolex Middle Sea Race 2018 2 days ago 18:56
The GGR press release said:
"British yachtswoman Susie Goodall was pitchpoled and dismasted in the Southern Ocean some 2,000 miles west of Cape Horn today. A distress signal was first picked up from her yacht by Falmouth Coastguard at 11:00 UTC, who then alerted Race Control and the Chilean Maritime Search and Rescue authorities responsible for this sector of the South Pacific.
Goodall, (29) from Falmouth UK, and the youngest competitor in the Golden Globe Race, was lying in 4th place at the time, riding out a ferocious storm with 60 knot winds and massive seas aboard her Rustler 36 yacht DHL Starlight."
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