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RORC Time over Distance Series with successful Two-Handed RORC sailor - Deb Fish

by RORC 24 Mar 15:25 GMT
Deb Fish racing Sun Fast 3600 Bellino Two-Handed with Rob Craigie in the Rolex Fastnet Race © Carlo Borlenghi / Rolex

Interview with Deb Fish - Successful Two-Handed RORC Sailor airs on Friday 26 March - 1700 UTC on RORC Facebook + YouTube

This week's RORC #TimeOverDistance guest is with Deb Fish - one of the most successful Two-Handed sailors racing with the Royal Ocean Racing Club. However, like most of the thousands of RORC members, Deb is an amateur sailor who enjoys the challenges of offshore racing.

Watch the half-hour interview with Deb Fish: an insight into maximizing performance for offshore racing, suitable for any sailor to put into practice.

The Royal Ocean Racing Club has close to 4,000 members - they come from all walks of life and from all over the world. Deb Fish has been racing with Rob Craigie Two-Handed on Sun Fast 3600 Bellino. Winning their class in the 2019 RORC Season's Points Championship, Bellino beat over 100 professional and amateur teams. Bellino also achieved second overall for the 2019 season, racing against over 500 teams in a Rolex Fastnet Race year.

Deb works for the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory and in 2011 received an OBE for her work with the UK Armed Forces.

Watch the half-hour interview with Deb Fish: an insight into maximizing performance for offshore racing, suitable for any sailor to put into practice.

On: Friday 26 March 1700 UTC:

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