There are pictures, and then there are pictures! Richard Langdon caught Pip Hare finishing in  place in the Vendee Globe, after 95 days, 11 hours, 37 mins and 30 seconds of racing.

Hare is the first British skipper to finish the 2020-21 race, and only the eighth women ever to finish the Vendée Globe in its history. Her performance on a 21-year-old IMOCA, the oldest boat yet to finish this edition, has drawn admiration from all corners of the world of French and international ocean racing.

Known for her high level of motivation and drive throughout the race, her intelligent, efficient courses and her ability to push her elderly but evergreen boat hard all the way to the finish line.

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