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There was no shortage of professional sporting events in the Newport area yesterday. Over at Fort Adams, the seven boats of the Volvo Ocean Race fleet departed on Sunday, headed for their next stop in Cardiff, Wales. Meanwhile, at Second Beach, the second annual Water Brothers Pro in Memory of Ryan Roberts found 40 professional
The seven boats of the Volvo Ocean Race 2018 fleet lined up off Fort Adams on Saturday afternoon for the start of the Gurney’s Resort In-Port Race. It was the final act of this year’s Newport stopover before the boats depart for a transatlantic leg to Cardiff, Wales tomorrow afternoon. In addition to overall race
A full slate of activities and attractions at the Volvo Ocean Race Newport race village will expand further with the opening of the One Ocean Exploration Zone at Fort Adams on Saturday. The Exploration Zone is presented by 11th Hour Racing which sponsors the Vestas team in this edition of the Volvo Ocean Race. The
The Volvo Ocean Race returned to Newport this morning for the first time since 2015. Despite the early arrivals, hundreds of people were on the dock at Fort Adams to welcome the sailors home from the sea. The fleet was led into port by the Spanish boat MAPFRE which came from behind at the very