Today we take a look at an unusual sailboat race: the Golden Globe 2022, happening right now. Race rules say participants may only use low tech means to sail their boats, navigate and communicate, similar to what was available in 1968, when the first Golden Globe was held.
They’ll be at sea for about 250 days and cover 30,000 miles – each sailing alone through some of the toughest waters in the world, in small boats, 32-36 feet long.
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