Race to Alaska and a listing of race entrants so far

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  1. Corley
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  2. HASYB
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    For everybody who follows the race here and didn't get the chance to read this report, issued on the 16th june. In the link.

    For the rest it might be worthwhile mentioning that it is rumored, and thereby not officially acknowledged, that several statues, of which some easily will surpass the grandeur of Ghengis Khan's equestrian statue in Mongolia, are going to be raised for Roger Mann. The very same rumors disclose the possibility that Roger will run for president in an serious attempt to unite all people and raising the necessity of way more awareness for nature.

    http://r2ak.com/daily-updates-2/june-16/
     
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    Soggy Beavers have finished. Great respect for relentlessly paddling 750 nautical miles at apparently gruesome pace.
     
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    Team Mau is closing in.
     
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    Mau made it in behind the Soggy Beavers.

    On the catamaran front the Wharram Tiki 21 Puffin and Poly cat Searunners steadfastly bring up the rear. It takes as much dedication and a lot more time to do this than being in front. I think James Wharram and Hanneke Boon should be deservedly proud of these teams exploring their way up the coast, repairing as they go and waiting for windows in the weather. It should be interesting to see how long it takes them to cruise back south.
     

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    Teams Searunners and Puffin have started the cruise back early dropping out in the Queen Charlotte Straight area before the ocean hop. This leaves the 19' outrigger solo entry team John as the last boat headed North.
     
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