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Sailrocket runs 65.45 knots (75 mph) to smash World Speed Sailing Record   1 comment

NEWS FLASH – The outright world speed sailing record was smashed this afternoon (November 24) by Paul Larsen in the Vestas Sailrocket 2 with the astonishing time of 65.37 knots. (75.23 mph – 121.06 km/h). See Paul’s blog for the very latest as it happens.

AN: for the human spirit, a limit is a target to reach, admire and to supercede. Bigger, higher, and in this case specifically for sailing…faster.

via Sailrocket runs 65.45 knots (75 mph) to smash World Speed Sailing Record.

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Posted November 25, 2012 by arnoneumann in Competitive

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Canada: too small not to compete globally – The Globe and Mail   Leave a comment

One word DOES make a difference. Happy Canada Day…may we heed the call of this thought.

 

“For a long time we said, ‘Canada is too small to compete globally,’ instead of doing what the Swedes said: ‘We are too small not to compete globally.’ ”

via Canada: too small not to compete globally – The Globe and Mail.

Posted July 1, 2011 by arnoneumann in Canada, Competitive

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