Meet the nine Kiwis who will be tackle the latest edition of the Volvo Ocean Race.
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Bianca Cook will be the first Kiwi woman to sail in the Volvo Ocean Race since 2001/02 and first New Zealand woman ever on a mixed boat.
Andrew McKenzie collected the biggest result of his career when he finished third in a high-quality field at the Laser European championships in Barcelona overnight (NZ time).
Andrew McKenzie jumped into second at the Laser European championships in Barcelona and will go into gold fleet racing in an excellent position to push for a podium finish.
Andrew McKenzie made an excellent start to the Laser European championships in Barcelona and Tom Saunders is not far behind as two New Zealand sailors occupy top-10 spots.
Jo Aleh will enter the fulltime workforce in November but the two-time Olympic medallist has no intention of retiring from sailing.
Andy Maloney went from one form of extreme racing to another in winning the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron's Yachting Developments New Zealand match racing championships in Auckland over the weekend.
Phil Robertson has won so often this year it almost feels like a surprise when he doesn't finish on top of the podium.
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