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The Vendee Globe, The Race and the Volvo 2001 Round the World Race with a French accent.

by News Editor on 2 Oct 2000
Rachel Nahum
Isabelle Musy, the charming 32 year old Swiss/French yachting journalist made her name in Europe covering classic sailing events such as the Admirals Cup the America's Cup, Tour Voile and a host of European Championships.

With many years of experience reporting on the International sailing scene, Sail-world.com was pleased to secure her services.

Isabelle was part of the Sail-world.com team which reported from the Harbour.

There continues to be a great deal of interest in her interviews with Amelia Lux, the Mistral Silver medallist.
Roy Heiner, the Dutch Soling skipper and his training partner Jochen Schuemann, the Soling Silver Medallist.
Tom Schnackenberg, the Kiwi Technical coach and most recently with Victor Kovalenko the Australian 470 coach

Last night, after watching the fireworks on Sydney Harbour with the entire Sail-world team Isabelle said she is enjoyed working with our Aussie team.

"Stripey (Ian Grant) had been a joy! and he's taught me a lot".

Isabelle will be covering the Vendee Globe, The Race and the Volvo 2001 Round the World Race and will be providing exclusive reports for Sail-world.com

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