Alicante – Xabi Fernández, quarant’anni e quattro partecipazioni alla Volvo Ocean Race, oro olimpico nel 2004 ad Atene e argento a Pechino 2008, in entrambi i casi con il co-equipier Iker Martínez, sarà skipper unico di Mapfre alla prossima VOR. “La Volvo Ocean Race è una sfida tremendamente difficile che combina avventura, sport ai massimi
Alicante, Spagna- Sarà Xabi Fernandez lo skipper del team spagnolo Mapfre alla prossima Volvo Ocean Race. Il quarantenne campione olimpico basco, uno dei più apprezzati professionisti della vela mondiale, è un veterano di quattro edizioni del giro del mondo in equipaggio, avendo preso parte alla regata con Movistar in 2005-06, con Teléfonica Blue nel 2008-09,
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Volvo Ocean Race, il sesto sfidante è spagnolo
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