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The Défi Azimut, the last race before the Transat Jacques Vabre, aims to combine performance, innovation and strategy. The Challenge Presentation The events Programme Documents Tracking Standings Skippers News Medias Photos Videos Media(wo)men contest Direct lives On Board Partners Contact press Skipper EN FR The standings 2021 1 APIVIA

Il s'agit de l'épreuve phare du Défi Azimut : 48 heures de navigation, un skipper et un médiaman embarqués, une boucle dans l'Océan Atlantique. Durant cette course, les skippers ont l'occasion de se confronter une dernière fois avant le départ de la Route du Rhum. Le Chrono Tour de Groix - En équipage Ile de Groix - dimanche 18 septembre 2022

The Défi Azimut - Lorient Agglomeration asserts itself edition after edition as "THE preparatory race" for the major end-of-year ocean races - Transat Jacques Vabre, Route du Rhum or Vendée Globe. This year, after the IMOCA from September 14 to 19th September, the Ultims will take to the track for a warm-up lap before the Transat Jacques ...

The Défi Azimut - Lorient Agglomération, which concludes with the Round the Ile de Groix Race today, is fast becoming not just a unique showcase regatta but a key annual forum for the IMOCA Class as it looks forward not just to the TJV but the Route du Rhum and The Ocean Race next year. François Dourlen | Apivia Watch on Rankings 2021 Runs Azimut

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Défi Azimut 2020 © Défi Azimut From 14th to 19th September, the Défi Azimut-Lorient Agglomeration will see IMOCA skippers come together for five days of racing; a unique opportunity to showcase Brittany's sector of excellence in the technology of competitive sailing.

Heading the fleet this afternoon offshore of the Pointe du Talud for the 48 Heures Azimut, Damien Seguin (Groupe Apicil) was soon being hounded by the pack of new IMOCAs led by reigning champion Charal. Indeed, as was demonstrated in yesterday's speed runs, the boats with daggerboards and the new foilers clearly aren't punching at the same ...

Défi Azimut | 539 followers on LinkedIn. Each year in September, the Defi azimut gathers in Lorient, France, the best skippers of IMOCA racing sailing boats. | In order to anchor its presence in Brittany and promote the company's know-how, Azimut created the "Défi Azimut" nautical race in 2011. An event that grows every year and which is now part of the racing calendar for the biggest skippers.

Le Défi Azimut. Sesong 2017 Episode 1 30min. Season 2017, Episode One month before the Vendée Globe 2016, the best Imoca skippers were able to test their boat for the last time during the sixth edition of the Défi Azimut. Every year, this festive weekend provides an opportunity for all stakeholders in ocean sailing to see the Imoca 60 boats ...

The utmost composure and an element of luck was required to take the win in this 48-hour Azimut. Still anyone's game right to the wire, race victory for the second consecutive year finally went to Jérémie Beyou (Charal), an opportunist hunter who managed to latch onto just enough air at Ile de Groix to carry him over the line.

Du 15 au 19 Septembre 2021, Azimut organise à Lorient le Défi Azimut qui comprend trois épreuves : des runs de vitesse en équipage, une régate de 48h en solitaire et le record du Tour de Groix....

The Défi Azimut will primarily be about enabling me to continue getting to know my boat, validating it and drawing up a small jobs list if need be. I'm going to have some fun, but I know what I'm like, I'm competitive so I won't be able to stop myself from doing the best I can." www.defi-azimut.net/en

* From this year onwards, the Défi Azimut - Lorient Agglomération will form part of the IMOCA Globe Series Championship 2021-25, as a coefficient 1 race, enabling competitors to rack up points. As such, the 48H AZIMUT result will see the winner awarded 14 points (number of participants), the second 13, the third 12, etc.

The Défi Azimut is a competition born in the heart of the Lorient Sailing Valley (based in Brittany, France), the cradle of offshore racing and technology, and "a breeding ground for skills", as Jean-Marie Corteville, creator of the Défi Azimut and President of Azimut, points out.

For the organizers of the Défi Azimut their mission is accomplished. And everyone is looking forward to next year when it will be a few weeks before the Route du Rhum 2022. "We will keep the same formula which is perfect," emphasizes Jean-Marie Corteville. "We will undoubtedly see the 48H Azimut get tougher with more entries.

Now in its 10th year and sponsored by Azimut, the Brittany-based digital solutions company, the Défi Azimut has become an established annual treat for fans of the most exciting monohull racing yachts in world sailing. Each year the solo offshore race - the "48hr-Azimut" - serves as the final big test prior to the main race of the season which this year is, of course, the Vendée Globe ...

"The Azimut Challenge is a nice test, I'm very happy to participate," he said. "It's clear that in these very short phases of the regatta, you have to get into it right away, whereas I'm a good stayer! But it's also a good opportunity to do some starts and tactics. It's an excellent warm-up and a great show for the public and partners.

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Défi Azimut - Lorient Agglomération : The skinny on an exceptional line-up. With less than a week to go, the organising company Azimut is putting the finishing touches to the many details which make the yearly Défi competition such a successful event. Enjoying financial backing from Lorient's inter-council partnership, technical support ...

The Défi Azimut has grown in stature over recent years, transitioning from what once was a friendly gathering before the big races of each Autumn, to become what is now a proper sporting test of sailors and their machines, a bite-sized, short sharp set of races which this year included a tough 48-hour offshore race.

©Francois van Mallegham/[Defi Azimut] 3 non-foilers in the Top 10 Further back, among the other nine IMOCAs in the top 10, we should stress the fantastic second place obtained by Kevin Escoffier/Nicolas Lunven aboard their 10-year old PRB (designed by Verdier-VPLP in 2009) which has also been fitted with foils.




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