Chinese Ship Rescued Only Youngest Competitor And Woman The Participants Of GoldenGlobe Race

Susie Goodall is one of the participants of Golden Globe Race was found unconscious at the time when mountainous seas tip over her yacht. However, she got saved by the Chinese ship. She is not the alone getting hurt in the race, but she was the only women rescued.

She is the sailor of the British and was the participant of Golden Globe Race. During the race, she met with an accident when her yacht was hit. But, luckily she got rescued. She was saved by a Chinese ship in the Southern Ocean. She was saved on Friday the very next day when her yacht was dismasted. This was declared by Rescue Services Chile Maritime and they only shared the information in this regard. She was saved at 1500 GMT and now she is ready to move on the ship, which is making its way to Punta Arenas,” in southern Chile.

The flag belonged to the Hong-Kong Tian Fu was probable to dock on 12th of December.

This race’s youngest competitor and the single woman, who is 29-year-old was knocked unconscious when the seas of mountainous tip over her DHL Starlight yacht on early Thursday. The hit caused tearing off of the mast and trashing much of her equipment present on the yacht. The Golden Globe Race (GRR) engaged in a grueling 30,000-mile single global circumnavigation in yachts used alike to those that were used in the first race nearly fifty years ago that has the latest and modern technology permissible apart from the equipment communications. Entrants of the race are set off on 1st July from France and are predicted to conclude in April in the coming year. Goodall is now safe and heading toward her final destination.

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