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In "Into The Wind", sailors take the time to go back on their journey and tell each other in the long run, from their beginnings and their galleys to the glory and the summits of the podiums ... Exploring their trajectories, "Into The Wind" seeks to understand how those who go on the sea race, for a day, a week, a month or a quarter, alone or in crew, in the bay or around the world, are built. Sailors, men or women, are often of few words. By giving them time and letting them talk, "Into The Wind" has only one goal: to get out with them. "Into The Wind" is produced by Tip & Shaft, the french sail racing newsletter and hosted by Pierre-Yves Lautrou.

In "Into The Wind", sailors take the time to go back on their journey and tell each other in the long run, from their beginnings and their galleys to the glory and the summits of the podiums ... Exploring their trajectories, "Into The Wind" seeks to understand how those who go on the sea race, for a day, a week, a month or a quarter, alone or in crew, in the bay or around the world, are built. Sailors, men or women, are often of few words. By giving them time and letting them talk, "Into The Wind" has only one goal: to get out with them. "Into The Wind" is produced by Tip & Shaft, the french sail racing newsletter and hosted by Pierre-Yves Lautrou.
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France

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In "Into The Wind", sailors take the time to go back on their journey and tell each other in the long run, from their beginnings and their galleys to the glory and the summits of the podiums ... Exploring their trajectories, "Into The Wind" seeks to understand how those who go on the sea race, for a day, a week, a month or a quarter, alone or in crew, in the bay or around the world, are built. Sailors, men or women, are often of few words. By giving them time and letting them talk, "Into The Wind" has only one goal: to get out with them. "Into The Wind" is produced by Tip & Shaft, the french sail racing newsletter and hosted by Pierre-Yves Lautrou.

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French

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Episodes

#3 - Yann Eliès

12/21/2018
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Yann Eliès appartient à un club très fermé de l'élite de la voile : celui des triples vainqueurs de la Solitaire du Figaro, auquel appartiennent également Philippe Poupon, Jean Le Cam, Michel Desjoyeaux, Jérémie Beyou. De son entrée en "figarisme" - il a participé à 14 éditions de la classique estivale - en passant par les deux trophées Jules Verne remportés avec Bruno Peyron sur Orange, le Briochin revisite sans langue de bois une riche carrière émaillée de deux Vendée Globe, dont l'un...

Duration:01:13:15

#2 - Yves Le Blevec

11/20/2018
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Yves Le Blévec n'est pas tout à fait un marin comme les autres : né en banlieue parisienne, il est d'abord longtemps constructeur de bateau avant de basculer, à 35 ans, dans la carrière de coureur au large en commençant... par la Mini-Transat, en 2001. La Mini - qu'il remporte en 2007 - et les minis resteront sa grande histoire, mais "Blévec", comme on l'appelle parfois, va enchaîner avec Trophée Jules Verne (2 fois), saisons en Multi50, avant de passer à l'Ultime, la cinquantaine...

Duration:01:28:45

#1 - Charles Caudrelier

10/6/2018
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Les marins français qui peuvent aligner deux victoires dans la Volvo Ocean Race sur leur CV ne sont pas légion ; ceux qui peuvent prétendre être montés sur le podium lors des trois dernières éditions encore moins ; et un seul d'entre eux peut se targuer d'ajouter une Solitaire du Figaro et plusieurs Transat Jacques Vabre à son palmarès : il s'appelle Charles Caudrelier. A 44 ans, le skipper de Dongfeng Race Team vient de consacrer une décennie à courir l'exigeante Volvo Ocean Race,...

Duration:01:59:25