[Luxus+ Magazine] Ocean Race: Charlie Enright tops the leaderboard on Leg 5

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Charlie Enright’s American crew 11th Hour has taken the overall lead in The Ocean Race after winning Monday’s 5th leg between Newport (USA) and Aarhus (Denmark).


After an Atlantic crossing of 3,438 miles (6,300 km) and eight days at sea, Charlie Enright‘s crew aboard 11th Hour won the fifth leg from Newport (USA) to Aarhus (Denmark).


The American team won after just 7 days 8 hours and 49 seconds of sailing, nearly 4 hours ahead of Kevin Escoffier and Charles Caudrelier’s Holcim-PRB, followed five minutes later by Boris Herrmann’s Team Malizia.


With this victory, the 11th Hour Racing Team takes the overall lead with 28 points. Team Holcim-PRB remains in contention for overall victory with 27 points, while Team Malizia has 24 points and Biotherm 13 points, well ahead of Guyot Environnement – Team Europe, which dismasted on the leg between Newport and Aarhus.


“It’s great to be at the top of the rankings”, said the American skipper. “It’s more important to be in the lead in July than now, but it’s a first step in the right direction.”




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