12 Feb '18, 11pm

Volvo Ocean Race Research Finds Microplastics In Remote Regions

Volvo Ocean Race Research Finds Microplastics In Remote Regions

The Volvo Ocean Race is one of the most grueling sporting contests in the world. The teams race a total of 46,000 miles over a period of 9 months. Each leg is roughly 6,000 miles long and takes up to 3 weeks to complete — three weeks in which the sailors often get by on a few hours of sleep a day and eat reconstituted freeze dried food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. For a brief introduction to what they experience out on the water, where wind speeds can exceed 50 miles per hour, check out the video below.

Full article: https://cleantechnica.com/2018/02/12/volvo-ocean-race-res...

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