Scoreboard IMOCA 60
|Rank||Team||Leg 1||Mirpuri Foundation Sailing Trophy||Leg 2||Leg 3||Genova Coastal Race||Total|
|1||Offshore Team Germany||2||3||4||5||0||14|
|3||11th Hour Racing||4||2||3||3||0||12|
|4||CORUM L' Épargne||5||0||1||1||0||7|
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The Ocean Race Europe 2021 - One Year Ago
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The Ocean Race Europe 2021 - Recap Leg 3 - Day 2
The Ocean Race Europe 2021 - Recap Leg 3 - The Start
The Ocean Race Europe 2021 - Recap Leg 2 - Day 3 & Finish
The Ocean Race Europe 2021 - Recap Leg 2 - Day 2
The Ocean Race Europe Sailing Squad
OFFSHORE TEAM GERMANY
Lead by German Olympian and experienced offshore skipper Robert Stanjek, Offshore Team Germany has set its sights on racing around the world in The Ocean Race 2022-23. For The Ocean Race Europe Stanjek has recruited British Olympian and two-time around-the-world racer Annie Lush, as well as the talented young German sailor Phillip Kasüske, and French solo sailor Benjamin Dutreux who finished ninth in the 2020-21 Vendée Globe around-the-world race.
The inaugural edition of The Ocean Race Europe starts on May 29, 2021 from Lorient, France and finishes in Genova, Italy on June 19th, with stops in Cascais, Portugal, and Alicante, Spain along the way.
The Ocean Race Europe sees crew members from all over the world racing in foiling IMOCA 60s and one-design VO65s racing from the North Atlantic coast of Europe into the Mediterranean Sea, with each offshore leg to be scored equally. Two coastal races in Cascais and Genoa offer bonus points to the top three finishers.
All the offshore legs will be scored equally using the high points scoring system where the winners in each class receive points equal to the number of entries, second place receive points equal to the number of entries minus one, and so on down the rankings.
The coastal races offer bonus points for the top three finishers in each class, with the winner awarded three points, second place earns two points and the third place finisher collecting a single point.
The final overall rankings will be determined based on the overall points totals for the teams, with the winner being the team with the highest points total. Ties are broken in favour of the team with the better result in the last Offshore Leg or Coastal race sailed.
The Ocean Race Europe will put the health of the sailors, teams and public as a top priority and respect all COVID19 regulations in each city visited.
VO 65 Class
Austrian Ocean Race Project (AUT)
Mirpuri Foundation Racing Team (POR)
Sailing Poland (POL)
Viva Mexico (MEX)
Team Childhood 1 (SWE / NED)
AkzoNobel Ocean Racing (NED)