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Training at dusk in Brasil - "Telefónica" training for the first time in Brazilian waters coinciding with the sunset.Apr 17, 2012
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Training at dusk in Brasil - "Telefónica" training for the first time in Brazilian waters coinciding with the sunset.Apr 17, 2012
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“Telefónica” is now back on the water, firing up for a crucial week ahead in Itajaí after a week in boxes.Apr 17, 2012
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“Telefónica” is now back on the water, firing up for a crucial week ahead in Itajaí.Apr 17, 2012
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“Telefónica” is now back on the water, firing up for a crucial week ahead in Itajaí.Apr 17, 2012
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The physical trainer of "Telefónica", Iñigo Losada "Yiyo" during the recovery sessions of Cuervas Antonio-Mons because of the injuries suffered in leg 5.Apr 17, 2012
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“Telefónica” is now back on the water, firing up for a crucial week ahead in Itajaí.Apr 17, 2012
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“Telefónica” is now back on the water, firing up for a crucial week ahead in Itajaí.Apr 17, 2012
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“Telefónica” is now back on the water, firing up for a crucial week ahead in Itajaí - All the shore crew departments finalizing the repairs to get ready the boat.Apr 17, 2012
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Iker Martínez: "The Southern Ocean is somewhere you really want to go to but once you're there you can't get out quick enough"Apr 13, 2012
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“Telefónica” closes in on leader - The Spanish boat ramps up the pressure for “Puma”, the provisional leg leader, moving to just two miles away with just 70 miles left to finish, estimated at 20:00 UTCApr 06, 2012
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“Telefónica” closes in on leader - The Spanish boat ramps up the pressure for “Puma”, the provisional leg leader, moving to just two miles away with just 70 miles left to finish, estimated at 20:00 UTCApr 06, 2012
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