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Small adjustments for more equity

This Saturday 23rd of October, the international jury in charge of investigating the requests for time compensations that were filed after the first leg of the 23rd edition of the Mini Transat EuroChef has decided to correct its decision. It has decided to hand out to every boat that stopped a time compensation matching the time of their pit stops, with a limit of 24 hours. As such, 75 racers that took shelter for more than 24 hours receive the maximum allowed. Six others have receive a time bonus corresponding to the actual duration of their stops:

14 hours for Christian Kargl (All Hands On Deck)
20 hours for Massimo Vatteroni (Kabak)
21 hours for Miguel Rondon (Kristina II)
23 hours for Rémi Lamouret (Gironde au Large)
23h30 for Thomas Grandin (Poch’trot)
23h30 for Ignasi Tico Artalejo (Tutur)

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