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Wilson has regularly been fulsome in his praise for other Vendée Globe skippers, entranced and inspired by the race of Michel Desjoyeaux, who regularly gave advice to Rich before the start and visited his family at home in Boston, but also admiring the performances of Sam Davies, of Dee Caffari, Steve White. But as he completes his own Vendée Globe, Rich Wilson is fully deserving of enormous credit for the completing his race in an excellent ninth place.

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esjoyeaux, who regularly gave advice to Rich before the start and visited his family at home in Boston, but also admiring the performances of Sam Davies

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