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Sailing through stereotypes: France’s Clarisse Crémer prepares for 2024 Vendée Globe

By France24
09 February 2024   |   4:08 pm
When sailor Clarisse Crémer was dropped by her sponsors a year ago after starting a family, the move sparked widespread outrage in France and the offshore sailing world. She's since managed to find a new team and is looking forward to competing in her next challenge, the Vendée Globe round-the-world sailing race, in November.

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