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January 26, 2013
Ellen MacArthur of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation addresses delegates during the annual meeting of the...
Davos, Switzerland
Ellen MacArthur of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation addresses delegates during WEF in Davos
Ellen MacArthur of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation addresses delegates during the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos January 26, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
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January 25, 2011
Toronto Maple Leafs' Clarke MacArthur (L) battles Carolina Hurricanes' Jay Harrison for the puck as Hurricanes...
Raleigh, UNITED STATES
Toronto Maple Leafs' MacArthur battles Carolina Hurricanes' Harrison for the puck during their NHL hockey...
Toronto Maple Leafs' Clarke MacArthur (L) battles Carolina Hurricanes' Jay Harrison for the puck as Hurricanes goaltender Cam Ward (R) looks on during the second period of their NHL hockey game in Raleigh, North Carolina January 24, 2011. REUTERS/Ellen Ozier (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT ICE HOCKEY)
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January 25, 2011
Carolina Hurricanes' Jay Harrison (R) battles Totonto Maple Leafs' Clakre MacArthur for the puck during...
Raleigh, UNITED STATES
The Carolina Hurricanes' Harrison battles the Totonto Maple Leafs' MacArthur for the puck during the...
Carolina Hurricanes' Jay Harrison (R) battles Totonto Maple Leafs' Clakre MacArthur for the puck during the second period of their NHL hockey game in Raleigh, North Carolina January 24, 2011. REUTERS/Ellen Ozier (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT ICE HOCKEY)
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January 25, 2011
Toronto Maple Leafs' Clarke MacArthur (L) pulls Carolina Hurricanes' Chad LaRose to the ice during the...
Raleigh, UNITED STATES
Toronto Maple Leafs' MacArthur pulls Carolina Hurricanes' LaRose to the ice during their NHL hockey game...
Toronto Maple Leafs' Clarke MacArthur (L) pulls Carolina Hurricanes' Chad LaRose to the ice during the first period of their NHL hockey game in Raleigh, North Carolina January 24, 2011. REUTERS/Ellen Ozier (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT ICE HOCKEY)
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March 27, 2008
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy (R) embraces Ellen MacArthur, the record-breaking yachtswoman, after...
London, United Kingdom
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy embraces Ellen MacArthur, the record-breaking yachtswoman, after she...
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy (R) embraces Ellen MacArthur, the record-breaking yachtswoman, after she was awarded with France's Legion d'Honneur at the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, London, on March 27, 2008. REUTERS/Christophe Ena/Pool (BRITAIN)
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March 27, 2008
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy (L) shares a joke with Ellen MacArthur, the record-breaking yachtswoman,...
London, United Kingdom
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy shares a joke with Ellen MacArthur, the record-breaking yachtswoman,...
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy (L) shares a joke with Ellen MacArthur, the record-breaking yachtswoman, after she was awarded with France's Legion d'Honneur at the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, London, on March 27, 2008. REUTERS/Christophe Ena/ Pool (BRITAIN)
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March 27, 2008
French President Nicolas Sarkozy (R) presents Britain's Ellen MacArthur with the Legion d'Honneur at...
London, United Kingdom
French President Nicolas Sarkozy presents Britain's Ellen MacArthur with the Legion d'Honneur at the...
French President Nicolas Sarkozy (R) presents Britain's Ellen MacArthur with the Legion d'Honneur at the Royal Naval College in Greenwich, London March 27, 2008. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty (BRITAIN)
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January 23, 2008
French sailor Francis Joyon (C) his wife Virginie and their children sail to the port of Brest, French...
Brest, France
French sailor Francis Joyon and his wife Virginie sail to the port of Brest, French Brittany
French sailor Francis Joyon (C) his wife Virginie and their children sail to the port of Brest, French Brittany, January 20, 2008. Joyon crossed the finish line after 57 days 13 hours 34 minutes and 6 seconds, becoming the first man to sail around the World single-handedly in less than 80 days. Joyon took 14 days off Briton Ellen MacArthur's record .REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
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January 23, 2008
French sailor Francis Joyon (C) his wife Virginie and their children sail to the port of Brest, French...
Brest, France
French sailor Francis Joyon and his wife Virginie sail to the port of Brest, French Brittany
French sailor Francis Joyon (C) his wife Virginie and their children sail to the port of Brest, French Brittany, January 20, 2008. Joyon crossed the finish line after 57 days 13 hours 34 minutes and 6 seconds, becoming the first man to sail around the World single-handedly in less than 80 days. Joyon took 14 days off Briton Ellen MacArthur's record .REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
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January 23, 2008
French sailor Francis Joyon , his wife Virginie and their children sail to the port of Brest, French...
Brest, France
French sailor Francis Joyon and his wife Virginie sail to the port of Brest, French Brittany
French sailor Francis Joyon , his wife Virginie and their children sail to the port of Brest, French Brittany, January 20, 2008. Joyon crossed the finish line after 57 days 13 hours 34 minutes and 6 seconds, becoming the first man to sail around the World single-handedly in less than 80 days. Joyon took 14 days off Briton Ellen MacArthur's record .REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
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January 23, 2008
French sailor Francis Joyon (L) stands next to his wife Virginie as he sails to the port of Brest, French...
Brest, France
French sailor Francis Joyon and his wife Virginie sails to the port of Brest, French Brittany
French sailor Francis Joyon (L) stands next to his wife Virginie as he sails to the port of Brest, French Brittany, January 20, 2008. Joyon crossed the finish line after 57 days 13 hours 34 minutes and 6 seconds, becoming the first man to sail around the World single-handedly in less than 80 days. Joyon took 14 days off Briton Ellen MacArthur's record .REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
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January 23, 2008
French sailor Francis Joyon (R) talks with Ferrari chief executive Jean Todt in the port of Brest, French...
Brest, France
French sailor Francis Joyon talks with Ferrari chief executive Jean Todt in the port of Brest, French...
French sailor Francis Joyon (R) talks with Ferrari chief executive Jean Todt in the port of Brest, French Brittany, January 20, 2008. Joyon crossed the finish line after 57 days 13 hours 34 minutes and 6 seconds, becoming the first man to sail around the World single-handedly in less than 80 days. Joyon took 14 days off Briton Ellen MacArthur's record .REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
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January 23, 2008
French sailor Francis Joyon stands on podium in the port of Brest, French Brittany, January 20, 2008....
Brest, France
French sailor Francis Joyon on podium in the port of Brest, French Brittany
French sailor Francis Joyon stands on podium in the port of Brest, French Brittany, January 20, 2008. Joyon crossed the finish line after 57 days 13 hours 34 minutes and 6 seconds, becoming the first man to sail around the World single-handedly in less than 80 days. Joyon took 14 days off Briton Ellen MacArthur's record .REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
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January 23, 2008
French sailor Francis Joyon (L) stands next to his wife Virginie on podium in the port of Brest, French...
Brest, France
French sailor Francis Joyon and his wife Virginie in the port of Brest, French Brittany
French sailor Francis Joyon (L) stands next to his wife Virginie on podium in the port of Brest, French Brittany, January 20, 2008. Joyon crossed the finish line after 57 days 13 hours 34 minutes and 6 seconds, becoming the first man to sail around the World single-handedly in less than 80 days. Joyon took 14 days off Briton Ellen MacArthur's record .REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
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January 23, 2008
French sailor Francis Joyon (L) stands next to his wife Virginie on podium in the port of Brest, French...
Brest, France
French sailor Francis Joyon and his wife Virginie in the port of Brest, French Brittany
French sailor Francis Joyon (L) stands next to his wife Virginie on podium in the port of Brest, French Brittany, January 20, 2008. Joyon crossed the finish line after 57 days 13 hours 34 minutes and 6 seconds, becoming the first man to sail around the World single-handedly in less than 80 days. Joyon took 14 days off Briton Ellen MacArthur's record .REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
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January 23, 2008
French sailor Francis Joyon (L) sails with his family to the port of Brest, French Brittany, January...
Brest, France
French sailor Francis Joyon sails with his family to the port of Brest, French Brittany
French sailor Francis Joyon (L) sails with his family to the port of Brest, French Brittany, January 20, 2008. Joyon crossed the finish line after 57 days 13 hours 34 minutes and 6 seconds, becoming the first man to sail around the World single-handedly in less than 80 days. Joyon took 14 days off Briton Ellen MacArthur's record .REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
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January 23, 2008
French sailor Francis Joyon (L) sails with his family to the port of Brest, French Brittany, January...
Brest, France
French sailor Francis Joyon sails with his family to the port of Brest, French Brittany
French sailor Francis Joyon (L) sails with his family to the port of Brest, French Brittany, January 20, 2008. Joyon crossed the finish line after 57 days 13 hours 34 minutes and 6 seconds, becoming the first man to sail around the World single-handedly in less than 80 days. Joyon took 14 days off Briton Ellen MacArthur's record .REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
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January 23, 2008
French sailor Francis Joyon (L) sails with his family to the port of Brest, French Brittany, January...
Brest, France
French sailor Francis Joyon sails with his family to the port of Brest, French Brittany
French sailor Francis Joyon (L) sails with his family to the port of Brest, French Brittany, January 20, 2008. Joyon crossed the finish line after 57 days 13 hours 34 minutes and 6 seconds, becoming the first man to sail around the World single-handedly in less than 80 days. Joyon took 14 days off Briton Ellen MacArthur's record .REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
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January 20, 2008
French sailor Francis Joyon (L) poses with his wife Michelle on the podium at Brest, French Brittany,...
Brest, France
French sailor Joyon poses with his wife michelle upon his arrival at Brest, French Brittany
French sailor Francis Joyon (L) poses with his wife Michelle on the podium at Brest, French Brittany, January 20, 2008. Joyon crossed the finish line after 57 days 13 hours 34 minutes and 6 seconds, becoming the first man to sail around the World single-handedly in less than 80 days. Joyon took 14 days off Briton Ellen MacArthur's record .REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
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January 20, 2008
French sailor Francis Joyon (R) is congratulated by Britain's Ellen MacArthur (L) upon his arrival at...
Brest, France
French sailor Joyon is congratulated by Britain's MacArthur upon his arrival at Brest, French Brittany...
French sailor Francis Joyon (R) is congratulated by Britain's Ellen MacArthur (L) upon his arrival at Brest, French Brittany, January 20, 2008. Joyon crossed the finish line after 57 days 13 hours 34 minutes and 6 seconds, becoming the first man to sail around the World single-handedly in less than 80 days. Joyon took 14 days off Briton MacArthur's record .REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
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January 20, 2008
French sailor Francis Joyon (L) sails with his son to the port of Brest, French Brittany, January 20,...
Brest, France
French sailor Francis Joyon sails to the port of Brest, French Brittany
French sailor Francis Joyon (L) sails with his son to the port of Brest, French Brittany, January 20, 2008. Joyon crossed the finish line after 57 days 13 hours 34 minutes and 6 seconds, becoming the first man to sail around the World single-handedly in less than 80 days. Joyon took 14 days off Briton Ellen MacArthur's record .REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
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January 20, 2008
French sailor Francis Joyon (L) is welcomed by Britain's Ellen MacArthur (C) and an unidentified man...
Brest, France
French sailor Joyon is welcomed by Britain's MacArthur upon his arrival at Brest, French Brittany
French sailor Francis Joyon (L) is welcomed by Britain's Ellen MacArthur (C) and an unidentified man (R) at Brest, French Brittany, January 20, 2008. Joyon crossed the finish line after 57 days 13 hours 34 minutes and 6 seconds, becoming the first man to sail around the World single-handedly in less than 80 days. Joyon took 14 days off Briton MacArthur's record .REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
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January 20, 2008
French sailor Francis Joyon (R) is congratulated by Britain's Ellen MacArthur (L) upon his arrival at...
Brest, France
French sailor Joyon is congratulated by Britain's MacArthur upon his arrival at Brest, French Brittany...
French sailor Francis Joyon (R) is congratulated by Britain's Ellen MacArthur (L) upon his arrival at Brest, French Brittany, January 20, 2008. Joyon crossed the finish line after 57 days 13 hours 34 minutes and 6 seconds, becoming the first man to sail around the World single-handedly in less than 80 days. Joyon took 14 days off Briton MacArthur's record .REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
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January 20, 2008
French sailor Francis Joyon reacts as he sails to the port of Brest, French Brittany, January 20, 2008....
Brest, France
French sailor Francis Joyon reacts as he sails to the port of Brest, French Brittany
French sailor Francis Joyon reacts as he sails to the port of Brest, French Brittany, January 20, 2008. Joyon crossed the finish line after 57 days 13 hours 34 minutes and 6 seconds, becoming the first man to sail around the World single-handedly in less than 80 days. Joyon took 14 days off Briton Ellen MacArthur's record .REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
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January 20, 2008
French sailor Francis Joyon sprays champagne upon his arrival at Brest, French Brittany, January 20,...
Brest, France
French sailor Francis Joyon sprays champagne upon his arrival at Brest, French Brittany
French sailor Francis Joyon sprays champagne upon his arrival at Brest, French Brittany, January 20, 2008. Joyon crossed the finish line after 57 days 13 hours 34 minutes and 6 seconds, becoming the first man to sail around the World single-handedly in less than 80 days. Joyon took 14 days off Briton Ellen MacArthur's record .REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
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January 20, 2008
French sailor Francis Joyon celebrates with champagne on the podium at Brest, French Brittany, January...
Brest, France
French sailor Francis Joyon sprays champagne upon his arrival at Brest, French Brittany
French sailor Francis Joyon celebrates with champagne on the podium at Brest, French Brittany, January 20, 2008. Joyon crossed the finish line after 57 days 13 hours 34 minutes and 6 seconds, becoming the first man to sail around the World single-handedly in less than 80 days. Joyon took 14 days off Briton Ellen MacArthur 's record .REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
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January 20, 2008
French sailor Francis Joyon arrives at Brest, French Brittany, January 20, 2008. Joyon crossed the finish...
Brest, France
French sailor Francis Joyon arrives at Brest, French Brittany
French sailor Francis Joyon arrives at Brest, French Brittany, January 20, 2008. Joyon crossed the finish line after 57 days 13 hours 34 minutes and 6 seconds, becoming the first man to sail around the World single-handedly in less than 80 days. Joyon took 14 days off Briton Ellen MacArthur 's record .REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
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January 20, 2008
French sailor Francis Joyon gestures after arriving at Brest, French Brittany, January 20, 2008. Joyon...
Brest, France
French sailor Francis Joyon gestures after arriving at Brest
French sailor Francis Joyon gestures after arriving at Brest, French Brittany, January 20, 2008. Joyon crossed the finish line after 57 days 13 hours 34 minutes and 6 seconds, becoming the first man to sail around the World single-handedly in less than 80 days. Joyon took 14 days off Briton Ellen MacArthur's record . REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
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October 27, 2006
Britain's Ellen MacArthur stands at the start point of the Route du Rhum in Brittany October 27, 2006....
Saint-Malo, France
Britain's MacArthur stands at start point of Route du Rhum in Brittany
Britain's Ellen MacArthur stands at the start point of the Route du Rhum in Brittany October 27, 2006. MacArthur will not compete in the Route du Rhum, a solo transatlantic sailing race for monohulls and multihulls, which finishes at Pointe-a-Pitre harbour in the French Caribbean island of Guadeloupe. Some 74 participants will be lining up for the start on October 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
SPORT SAILING
RTR1IQVH
October 27, 2006
Britain's Ellen MacArthur (R) stands next to compatriot Brian Thompson as she visits his monohulll at...
Saint-Malo, France
Britain's MacArthur stands next to compatriot Thompson as she visits his monohulll at start point of...
Britain's Ellen MacArthur (R) stands next to compatriot Brian Thompson as she visits his monohulll at the start point of the Route du Rhum in Brittany October 27, 2006. MacArthur will not compete in the Route du Rhum, a solo transatlantic sailing race for monohulls and multihulls, which finishes at Pointe-a-Pitre harbour in the French Caribbean island of Guadeloupe. Some 74 participants will be lining up for the start on October 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
FRANCE
RTR1IQR3
October 27, 2006
Britain's Ellen MacArthur kneels on fellow countryman Brian Thompson's (not pictured) monohulll during...
Saint-Malo, France
Britain's Ellen MacArthur kneels on fellow countryman Brian Thompson's monohulll during her visit to...
Britain's Ellen MacArthur kneels on fellow countryman Brian Thompson's (not pictured) monohulll during her visit to the start point of the Route du Rhum, in Brittany October 27, 2006. MacArthur will not compete in the Route du Rhum, a solo transatlantic sailing race for monohulls and multihulls, which finishes at Pointe-a-Pitre harbour on the French Caribbean island of Guadeloupe. Some 74 participants will be lining up for the start on October 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
FRANCE
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October 27, 2006
Britain's Ellen MacArthur (R) sits next to fellow countryman Brian Thompson aboard his monohull in Saint-Malo...
Saint-Malo, France
Britain's Ellen MacArthur sits next to fellow countryman Brian Thompson aboard his monohull in Saint-Malo...
Britain's Ellen MacArthur (R) sits next to fellow countryman Brian Thompson aboard his monohull in Saint-Malo harbour, at the start point of the Route du Rhum, in Brittany October 27, 2006. MacArthur will not compete in the Route du Rhum, a solo transatlantic sailing race for monohulls and multihulls, which finishes at Pointe-a-Pitre harbour on the French Caribbean island of Guadeloupe. Some 74 participants will be lining up for the start on October 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
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October 27, 2006
Britain's Ellen MacArthur looks out at Saint-Malo harbour, the start point of the Route du Rhum, in Brittany...
Saint-Malo, France
Britain's Ellen MacArthur looks out at Saint-Malo harbour, the start point of the Route du Rhum, in Brittany...
Britain's Ellen MacArthur looks out at Saint-Malo harbour, the start point of the Route du Rhum, in Brittany October 27, 2006. MacArthur will not compete in the Route du Rhum, a solo transatlantic sailing race for monohulls and multihulls, which finishes at Pointe-a-Pitre harbour in the French Caribbean island of Guadeloupe. Some 74 participants will be lining up for the start on October 29. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
SPORT SAILING
RTR1A0C1
November 25, 2005
Monohull "Sill and Veolia" skippers Britain's Ellen MacArthur (C) and France's Roland Jourdain (L) celebrate...
Salvador, Brazil
Monohull "Sill and Veolia" skippers Britain's Ellen MacArthur and France's Roland Jourdain celebrate...
Monohull "Sill and Veolia" skippers Britain's Ellen MacArthur (C) and France's Roland Jourdain (L) celebrate during the closing ceremony of the Jacques Vabre Transat race from France to Brazil, in Salvador, northeastern Brazil, late November 25, 2005. The "Sill and Veolia" crossed the finish line second in the Monohulls Imoca 60 class of the race. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
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November 18, 2005
Monohulls skippers, British Ellen MacArthur, French Loick Peyron, French Roland Jourdain and French Jean...
Salvador, Brazil
Monohulls skippers, British Ellen MacArthur, French Loick Peyron, French Roland Jourdain and French .....
Monohulls skippers, British Ellen MacArthur, French Loick Peyron, French Roland Jourdain and French Jean Pierre Dick pose for a picture after they arrive in Salvador, northeastern Brazil, November 18, 2005. Peyron and Dick's monohull "Virbac-Paprec" crossed the finish line first in the Monohulls Imoca 60 class of the race followed by MacArthur and Jourdain's monohull "Sill and Veolia."
SPORT SAILING
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November 18, 2005
British skipper Ellen MacArthur (L) receives a gift from a 'baiana,' woman dressed in the traditional...
Salvador, Brazil
British skipper MacArthur receives a gift from a baiana after arriving second in the Jacques Vabre Transat...
British skipper Ellen MacArthur (L) receives a gift from a 'baiana,' woman dressed in the traditional fashion of Bahia state, after arriving second in the Jacques Vabre Transat race from France to Brazil, in Salvador, northeastern Brazil, November 18, 2005. MacArthur and French skipper Roland Jourdain crossed the finish line with their monohull "Sill and Veolia" on second place in the Monohulls Imoca 60 class of the race. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
SPORT SAILING
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November 18, 2005
Monohulls skippers, British Ellen MacArthur, French Loick Peyron, French Roland Jourdain and French Jean...
Salvador, Brazil
Monohulls skippers British MacArthur, French Peyron, Jourdain and Jean Pierre Dick pose after they arrive...
Monohulls skippers, British Ellen MacArthur, French Loick Peyron, French Roland Jourdain and French Jean Pierre Dick pose for a picture after they arrive in Salvador, northeastern Brazil, November 18, 2005. Peyron and Dick's monohull "Virbac-Paprec" crossed the finish line first in the Monohulls Imoca 60 class of the race followed by MacArthur and Jourdain's monohull "Sill and Veolia." REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
SPORT SAILING
RTR19J33
November 18, 2005
Monohull "Sill and Veolia" skippers British Ellen MacArthur (L) and French Roland Jourdain spray champagne...
Salvador, Brazil
Monohull "Sill and Veolia" skippers British Ellen MacArthur and French Roland Jourdain spray champagne...
Monohull "Sill and Veolia" skippers British Ellen MacArthur (L) and French Roland Jourdain spray champagne after they finished the Jacques Vabre Transat race from France to Brazil, in Salvador, northeastern Brazil, November 18, 2005. MacArthur and French skipper Roland Jourdain crossed the finish line with their monohull "Sill and Veolia" on second place in the Monohulls Imoca 60 class of the race. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
SPORT SAILING
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November 18, 2005
British skipper Ellen MacArthur sprays champagne after arriving second in the Jacques Vabre Transat race...
Salvador, Brazil
British skipper MacArthur sprays champagne after arriving second in the Jacques Vabre Transat race in...
British skipper Ellen MacArthur sprays champagne after arriving second in the Jacques Vabre Transat race from France to Brazil, in Salvador, northeastern Brazil, November 18, 2005. MacArthur and French skipper Roland Jourdain crossed the finish line with their monohull "Sill and Veolia" on second place in the Monohulls Imoca 60 class of the race. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
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November 05, 2005
British skipper Ellen MacArthur (L) and Frenchman Roland Jourdain (R) talk to supporters on their monohull...
Le Havre, France
British skipper Ellen MacArthur (L) and Frenchman Roland Jourdain (R) talk to supporters on their mo.....
British skipper Ellen MacArthur (L) and Frenchman Roland Jourdain (R) talk to supporters on their monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre habour, western France, November 5, 2005, few hours before her start in the Jacques Vabre Transat between France and [Salvador de Bahia, Brazil.] Monohulls will take the start one day ahead of the biggest multihulls.
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November 05, 2005
British skipper Ellen MacArthur checks her monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre habour, western France,...
Le Havre, France
British skipper Ellen MacArthur checks her monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre habour, western F.....
British skipper Ellen MacArthur checks her monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre habour, western France, November 5, 2005, few hours before her start in the Jacques Vabre Transat between France and [Salvador de Bahia, Brazil.] Monohulls will take the start one day ahead of the biggest multihulls.
SPORT SAILING
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November 05, 2005
British skipper Ellen MacArthur and French Roland Jourdain's monohull sails after crossing the starting...
Le Havre, France
British skipper MacArthur and French Jourdain's monohull sails after crossing the starting line of Jacques...
British skipper Ellen MacArthur and French Roland Jourdain's monohull sails after crossing the starting line in le Havre, western France, November 5, 2005, during the Jacques Vabre Transat between France and Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. Monohulls took the start one day ahead the biggest multihulls in the seventh edition of this transat. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT
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November 05, 2005
British skipper Ellen MacArthur checks her monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre habour, western France,...
Le Havre, France
British MacArthur checks her monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre habour
British skipper Ellen MacArthur checks her monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre habour, western France, November 5, 2005, few hours before her start in the Jacques Vabre Transat between France and Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. Monohulls will take the start one day ahead ofthe biggest multihulls. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT SAILING
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November 05, 2005
British skipper Ellen MacArthur and French Roland Jourdain's monohull (C) sails after crossing the starting...
Le Havre, France
British skipper MacArthur and French Jourdain's monohull sails after crossing the starting line of Jacques...
British skipper Ellen MacArthur and French Roland Jourdain's monohull (C) sails after crossing the starting line in le Havre, western France, November 5, 2005, during the Jacques Vabre Transat between France and Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. Monohulls took the start one day ahead the biggest multihulls in the seventh edition of this transat. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT
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November 05, 2005
British skipper Ellen MacArthur (L) and Frenchman Roland Jourdain (R) talk to supporters on their monohull...
Le Havre, France
British MacArthur and French Jourdain talk to supporters on their monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre...
British skipper Ellen MacArthur (L) and Frenchman Roland Jourdain (R) talk to supporters on their monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre habour, western France, November 5, 2005, few hours before her start in the Jacques Vabre Transat between France and Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. Monohulls will take the start one day ahead the biggest multihulls. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
MACARTHUR
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November 04, 2005
British skipper Ellen MacArthur is seen on her monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre harbour, western...
Le Havre, France
British skipper Ellen MacArthur is seen on her monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre harbour, west.....
British skipper Ellen MacArthur is seen on her monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre harbour, western France, November 04, 2005, at the eve of her start in the Jacques Vabre Transat between France and [Salvador de Bahia, Brazil.] Monohulls will take the start one day ahead of the biggest multihulls.
MACARTHUR
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November 04, 2005
British skipper Ellen MacArthur is seen on her monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre harbour, western...
Le Havre, France
British skipper Ellen MacArthur is seen on her monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre harbour, west.....
British skipper Ellen MacArthur is seen on her monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre harbour, western France, November 04, 2005, at the eve of her start in the Jacques Vabre Transat between France and [Salvador de Bahia, Brazil.] Monohulls will take the start one day ahead of the biggest multihulls.
YACHTING
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November 04, 2005
French skipper Roland Jourdain (L) speaks with British skipper Ellen MacArthur (R) on their monohull...
Le Havre, France
French skipper Roland Jourdain (L) speaks with British skipper Ellen MacArthur (R) on their monohull.....
French skipper Roland Jourdain (L) speaks with British skipper Ellen MacArthur (R) on their monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre harbour, western France, November 04, 2005, at the eve of their start in the Jacques Vabre Transat between France and [Salvador de Bahia, Brazil.] Monohulls will take the start one day ahead of the biggest multihulls.
YACHTING
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November 04, 2005
French skipper Roland Jourdain (L) speaks with British skipper Ellen MacArthur (R) on their monohull...
Le Havre, France
French skipper Roland Jourdain (L) speaks with British skipper Ellen MacArthur (R) on their monohull.....
French skipper Roland Jourdain (L) speaks with British skipper Ellen MacArthur (R) on their monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre harbour, western France, November 04, 2005, at the eve of their start in the Jacques Vabre Transat between France and [Salvador de Bahia, Brazil.] Monohulls will take the start one day ahead of the biggest multihulls.
SPORT
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November 04, 2005
British skipper Ellen MacArthur signs an autograph as she leaves Le Havre habour, western France, November...
Le Havre, France
British MacArthur signs an autograph as she leaves Le Havre habour
British skipper Ellen MacArthur signs an autograph as she leaves Le Havre habour, western France, November 4, 2005, at the eve of her start in the Jacques Vabre Transat between France and Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. Monohulls will take the start one day ahead the biggest multihulls. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT
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November 04, 2005
British skipper Ellen MacArthur leaves her monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre harbour, western France,...
Le Havre, France
British MacArthur is seen near her monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre harbour
British skipper Ellen MacArthur leaves her monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre harbour, western France, November 04, 2005, at the eve of her start in the Jacques Vabre Transat between France and Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. Monohulls will take the start one day ahead of the biggest multihulls. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT
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November 04, 2005
British skipper Ellen MacArthur gestures as she leaves her monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre harbour,...
Le Havre, France
British MacArthur is seen near her monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre harbour
British skipper Ellen MacArthur gestures as she leaves her monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre harbour, western France, November 04, 2005, at the eve of her start in the Jacques Vabre Transat between France and Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. Monohulls will take the start one day ahead of the biggest multihulls. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT
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November 04, 2005
British skipper Ellen MacArthur is seen on her monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre harbour, western...
Le Havre, France
British MacArthur is seen on her monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre harbour
British skipper Ellen MacArthur is seen on her monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre harbour, western France, November 04, 2005, at the eve of her start in the Jacques Vabre Transat between France and Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. Monohulls will take the start one day ahead of the biggest multihulls. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT
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November 04, 2005
French skipper Roland Jourdain (L) speaks with British skipper Ellen MacArthur (R) on their monohull...
Le Havre, France
French Jourdain speaks with British MacArthur on their monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre harbour...
French skipper Roland Jourdain (L) speaks with British skipper Ellen MacArthur (R) on their monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre harbour, western France, November 04, 2005, at the eve of their start in the Jacques Vabre Transat between France and Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. Monohulls will take the start one day ahead of the biggest multihulls. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT
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November 04, 2005
French skipper Roland Jourdain (L) speaks with British skipper Ellen MacArthur (R) on their monohull...
Le Havre, France
French Jourdain speaks with British MacArthur on their monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre harbour...
French skipper Roland Jourdain (L) speaks with British skipper Ellen MacArthur (R) on their monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre harbour, western France, November 4, 2005, at the eve of their start in the Jacques Vabre Transat between France and Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. Monohulls will take the start one day ahead of the biggest multihulls. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT
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November 04, 2005
French skipper Roland Jourdain (L) speaks with British skipper Ellen MacArthur (R) on their monohull...
Le Havre, France
French Jourdain speaks with British MacArthur on their monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre harbour...
French skipper Roland Jourdain (L) speaks with British skipper Ellen MacArthur (R) on their monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre harbour, western France, November 04, 2005, at the eve of their start in the Jacques Vabre Transat between France and Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. Monohulls will take the start one day ahead of the biggest multihulls. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT
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November 04, 2005
British skipper Ellen MacArthur leaves her monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre harbour, western France,...
Le Havre, France
British MacArthur is seen near her monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre harbour
British skipper Ellen MacArthur leaves her monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre harbour, western France, November 4, 2005, at the eve of her start in the Jacques Vabre Transat between France and Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. Monohulls will take the start one day ahead of the biggest multihulls. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT
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November 04, 2005
British skipper Ellen MacArthur is seen on her monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre harbour, western...
Le Havre, France
British MacArthur is seen on her monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre harbour
British skipper Ellen MacArthur is seen on her monohull "Sill and Veolia" in Le Havre harbour, western France, November 04, 2005, at the eve of her start in the Jacques Vabre Transat between France and Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. Monohulls will take the start one day ahead of the biggest multihulls. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT PORTUGAL
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May 16, 2005
Britain's Ellen MacArthur holds the Laureus Award trophy during Estoril's Laureus World Awards near Lisbon....
Estoril, Portugal
Britain's Ellen MacArthur holds the Laureus Award trophy during Estoril's Laureus World Awards ...
Britain's Ellen MacArthur holds the Laureus Award trophy during Estoril's Laureus World Awards near Lisbon. Britain's Ellen MacArthur holds the Laureus Award trophy during Estoril's Laureus World Awards near Lisbon May 16, 2005. World number one tennis player Roger Federer of Switzerland and Britain's double Olympic athletics gold medallist Kelly Holmes won the two top individual honours at the annual Laureus World Sports Awards ceremony. REUTERS/Nacho Doce
BRITAIN
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April 27, 2005
Britain's record-breaking solo round-the-world sailor Ellen MacArthur holds her medal at Buckingham Palace...
London, UK
MacArthur holds her medal at Buckingham Palace in London.
Britain's record-breaking solo round-the-world sailor Ellen MacArthur holds her medal at Buckingham Palace in London April 27, 2005. MacArthur, who completed her 27,000-mile voyage in 71 days and under 15 hours, was awarded her damehood by Queen Elizabeth II. REUTERS/Fiona Hanson / PA/WPA MK/KY
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