Greg Schey, a 27 year old doctor from Swansea, Wales, had to learn to walk again after brain surgery at age six. It has in no way held this adventurer back though, with Greg preparing to fulfil a life-long dream to sail around the world with the Clipper 2017-18 Race.
"I'm very pleased to welcome Sanya as a Host Port and Team Partner. This is a beautiful resort in the south of China, with excellent marina facilities and a strong sailing heritage; I'm confident that our crew, partners and supporters will enjoy their time here."
Former UFC fighter Dan Hardy described Mother Nature as his toughest ever opponent before joining the GREAT Britain team for the opening leg of the Clipper 2015-16 Race from London to Rio de Janerio. Hear what he thinks a year and a half on from taking part in the adventure of a lifetime.
Sir Robin is back in Mumbai, the birthplace of Suhaili, with his dear friends Abhilash Tomy (the first Indian to sail solo non-stop around the world) and Dilip Donde (who was the first Indian to sail around the world).
WATCH: Deaf Clipper 2015-16 Race circumnavigating crew member Gavin Reid on BBC TWO tomorrow at 8am, as he tells the See Hear programme about his daring rescue of a non Clipper Race vessel in Australia.
Gavin recently won the 2016 YJA Yachtsman of the Year Award in recognition of his extraordinary bravery.
We are very proud to announce Deputy Race Director and Clipper 2015-16 Race Derry~Londonderry~Doire skipper Daniel Smith won the Performance of the Year at the RYA Scotland Awards in Glasgow on the weekend. Congratulations Daniel!