Alex Thomson Racing

« Alex Thomson, skipper of HUGO BOSS in the forthcoming Barcelona Race also sent his congratulations and said “The power of the MOB light is unbelievable. It is so powerful we call it the ‘Sun’ onboard Hugo Boss as at night we can see the top of our 30m mast like it is daylight – that’s equivalent to a 10 story building! It is incredibly lightweight and for a marine application having a sealed unit is a real plus. We found the indicator light useful for finding the torch when in one of the many cockpit pockets too! Being on top of your sail trim at night just got a whole lot easier!”

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  • Alex’s 8 tips to help you ‘go it alone’ 22 avril 2020
    Isolation is a concept that Alex Thomson is all too familiar with. When Alex sails solo, non-stop around the world in the Vendée Globe, he must solve problems, overcome challenges and remain mentally strong all without the support of anyone else around him. Using that experience, here Alex shares his advice on staying positive, even […]
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  • Words of Positivity 17 avril 2020
    This week, Alex joined Title Partner HUGO BOSS to share his advice on managing isolation, turning negatives into positives, and making the very best of being at home. Part of the #BOSStogether campaign, Alex – along with other well-known faces from the worlds of sport, fashion and lifestyle – hopes that, through sharing his own […]
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  • Alex Thomson becomes patron of schools’ marine curriculum 26 février 2020
    Alex Thomson has been named Patron of Marine and Maritime curriculum for the Gosport and Fareham Multi Academy Trust (GFM). The new Marine and Maritime curriculum, set to be introduced to schools from September 2020, will combine water-based activities such as sailing, kayaking, sea swimming and paddle boarding. The curriculum developed will also include the […]
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  • Alex Thomson Racing Update: HUGO BOSS Repair 24 décembre 2019
    Upon arrival from the Cape Verde Islands, HUGO BOSS was moved to Southampton. There, a full NDT (non-destructive testing) of the boat was carried out in order to assess the damage sustained during the Transat Jacques Vabre.   We can now confirm that, as suspected, the damage is contained to the keel area. The rest […]
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  • Alex Thomson and Neal McDonald arrive safely to the Cape Verde Islands onboard HUGO BOSS 8 novembre 2019
    This morning (Friday 8th November 2019), shortly after 08:00 UTC, British skippers Alex Thomson and Neal McDonald arrived safely into the Cape Verde Islands onboard the HUGO BOSS yacht. The skippers, who had been racing in the 4,350 mile double-handed Transat Jacques Vabre race from Le Havre, France to Salvador, Brazil, were forced to retire […]
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