Vendée Globe: Ellen Mac Arthur arrives

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Vendée Globe: Ellen Mac Arthur arrives

Vendée Globe: Ellen Mac Arthur arrives

British sailor Ellen MAC ARTHUR finished second in the Vendée Globe race behind Michel DESJOYEAUX. The first woman to have made the round the world solo without stopover or assistance in less than a hundred days, she crossed the finish line in Les Sables d'Olonne last night, in emotion. The audience was there to welcome him... The reporter’s commentary on images of Ellen MAC ARTHUR and the audience on the pontoons this morning and her arrival in the channel on Fisher King last night, alternates with interviews with French and English admirers and a BBC journalist, as well as an excerpt from Ellen’s statement at a press conference: "I am very happy, I am very is too early to realize in my head what I have experienced"









Publication date : 12 February 2001

Producteur: France 2   -   Journalist : Beaumont, Julien  -  Presenter : Holtz, Gérard  -  Participant : Mac Arthur, Ellen
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Credits:Journalist : Beaumont, Julien-Presenter : Holtz, Gérard-Participant : Mac Arthur, Ellen

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