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NUIG on course

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NUI Galway’s first student entry in the Round Ireland Yacht Race is still on course for honours.

Fast boats to China — the race is on again

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The boat with the strongest Irish connection, Team Sanya celebrated Chinese New Year’s Eve this week by leading a full strength Volvo Ocean Race fleet off the start line on the 3,051-nautical mile Leg 3 second stage from the Maldives to their home port in China.

Abu Dhabi tourists to preview Galway ahead of Volvo finish

Middle Eastern visitors to next year’s Volvo Ocean Race Stopover in Galway will be treated to a sneak preview of what’s on offer in the city.

No rest for the Freeman

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Time waits for no man, and Galway’s newest freeman of the city, John Killeen, is already setting new goals and pushing more boundaries.

Irish businesses back Ireland’s Volvo entry

Just a week before the world’s greatest ocean race begins, Ireland’s entry, the Green Dragon, has been handed a major financial boost.

Green Dragon opens up a new world for Galway students

Galway schools will have an opportunity to follow Ireland’s Green Dragon in this year’s Volvo Ocean Race with a specially structured educational programme.

Green Team take one step closer to Galway

Pirates, debris, and hassling fishermen are some of the new dangers Ireland's Green Dragon and the Volvo Ocean fleet face as they head to India on the next leg of the round the world race.

By accident and design, Irish sailors are on top of the world

On Monday the public will have a rare opportunity to hear some of the Volvo Ocean sailors’ life stories.

By accident and design, Irish sailors are on top of the world

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On Monday the public will have a rare opportunity to hear some of the Volvo Ocean sailors’ life stories.

Dragon flys

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By its very nature the 35,000 mile Volvo Ocean Race that started from Alicante on Saturday attracts the hardiest of sailors. They are usually men with tough teak muscles and a hell of a lot of fortitude, capable of withstanding the roughest of seas in temperatures that can range from -5 to 50 Celcius.

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