Neanderthal in a carbon cave

In the end Jean-Pierre Dick did not quite win the Vendée Globe – though he did successfully finish one of his attempts at the race without a keel on his Imoca 60. However, he did win almost everything else before switching to his diverse new career promoting a fabulous inshore foiling class while enjoying a very different kind of world cruiser… Øyvind Bordal sat down with the eclectic and often startlingly open French ocean racer

For some time in France ‘Vendée Globe’ have been the third most searched for words on Google. The sailors of the world’s toughest race are national heroes. Jean-Pierre Dick is a race legend, having competed four times. Meet him here.

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