Puma wins latest leg of Volvo round the world race
It went down to the wire but the American-flagged Puma won the sixth leg of the Volvo round the world race from Itajai, Brazil, to Miami.
After a fierce fight lasting over 17 days Read stayed in front of the New Zealand-managed Camper from Spain.
Behind them, all expected to finish last night, were France’s Groupama, the overall leader, Spain’sTelefonica, and Abu Dhabi.
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