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Le Port (Reunion), France, Thursday 15 March 2007: Maud Fontenoy, 29, completes her round-the-world sailing solo upside down, from Reunion to Reunion, after five months of hardship aboard her monohull sailboat "L'Oréal Paris": the day after her arrival at the Pointe des Galets, after 151 days at sea against the current in the southern hemisphere, the attitude of the sailor embracing the deck of her boat, acclaimed by the crowd after its docking. She has mastered the most dangerous currents by paddling and soloing. Maud is the only woman in the world to have crossed, with the strength of her wrists, the Atlantic in 2003, then the Pacific in 2005. Why did she prefer oars to sails? “Because we are closer to the water and the effort is greater”. Maud masters the water element. Born in Meaux, she spent the first 15 years of her life on the family schooner. (color photo transposed into black and white: Philippe Petit / Paris Match / Scoop)See all photos from Paris Match
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