The British sailor Alex Thomson has said that he wants to again go for glory in the 2020 Vendee Globe round the world race.
Thomson has completed this year’s Vendee Globe in January in the 2nd
position and he wants to better his performance in the 2020 Vendee Globe. He had a wonderful battle with Frenchman Armel Le Cleac’h for the first place.
Thomson said that he finished the Vendee Globe in the 3rd position last year and this year he touched the finishing line in the second position. He feels that there is only one way to go from here and that is to win the Vendee Globe race. He realizes that it is a really huge task and is looking to get the sponsors and the team to fall in line with his ambition.
The 2nd event of the 4th annual Star Winter Series took place on 2nd and 3rd January, with twenty teams taking part in 4 races in Miami, Florida. Posting all top 2 scores, Magnus Liljedahl and Augie Diaz won handily, outstripping themselves by 9 points over Brian Fatih and William Swigart in second, who were drew with Steve Calder and Eric Doyle but winning on count back.
John Hokanson and Arnd Glunde, the Canadians, have managed to leave with some edals, winning the Grand Masters part. Now in its 4th year, the Star Winter event is a single 1-design series, constituted of four winter weekend meets and a four-day Midwinter Championship, all voyaged out of a great club with a convenient and economical storage solution.
Only the top three Winter Series weekend meets will count toward SWS Championship Presented By EFG International. The Star Winter Series Champion would be the captain with the lowest total score to be accounted as follows – The sum of the overall spot in Star Midwinters multiplied by two, plus the lowest 3 scores from the 4 SWS weekend meets. Series Championship draws to be determined by a team’s spot in Midwinters.