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Round Ireland Powerboat Record
Round Ireland record holder Sean McNamara, Denis Dillon, Philip Fitzgibbon and John Ryan celebrate in Kinsale having set a new record time of 12 hours 54 minutes and 24 seconds
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Team Hibernia have smashed the Round Ireland Powerboat Record by taking six hours off the long–standing 2009 time. The high speed voyage which began at 5am this morning was not without its hazards. Were it not for fog and a…
Hibernia Round Ireland Powerboat Record Update: 17.00
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Latitude:52.08295Longitude:-6.59018GPS location Date/Time:05/29/2016 16:47:49 IST
Hibernia Round Ireland Powerboat Record Update: 15:34
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Hibernia Round Ireland Powerboat Record Update: 14:30
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Hibernia Round Ireland Powerboat Record Update: 12:56
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Hibernia Round Ireland Powerboat Record Bid Update: 12:20
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Latitude:55.43712Longitude:-7.27466GPS location Date/Time:05/29/2016 12:20:29 IST
Hibernia's position at 10.50am and skipper John Ryan who is nursing a cracked rib. To beat the record the ALL Black boat must beat 18 hours 38 minutes and 50 seconds
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The latest update from Team Hibernia locates the Round Ireland powerboat on course for the sub 19–hour official record. The four man crew, who departed Kinsale this morning, skippered by John Ryan, are off Arranmore Island in County Donegal and…
Team Hibernia will depart Kinsale at 5am tomorrow morning on their Round Ireland Powerboat Record bid. Scroll down for the live tracker map below
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CLICK HERE FOR LATEST Team Hibernia are scheduled to start their Round Ireland Powerboat record challenge at 0500 on Sunday morning. They will depart Kinsale and head clockwise round Ireland. The 2009 record time to beat is 18 hours 38…
Hibernia Racing's 100 mph –ALLBLACK SL44 entry is built for marathon racing and has a range of 500–miles
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The Round Ireland Powerboat bid due to get underway this weekend arrived at its Kinsale departure point by truck this afternoon. The four man bid is scheduled for Sunday and the sleek aluminium craft must be back in the south coast…
Hibernia Racing's 100 mph ALLBLACK SL44 is making a Round Ireland Record bid from Kinsale this weekend
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A bid to break the 2009 Round Ireland powerboat record will be made this weekend. Venture Cup entrant John Ryan and his Team Hibernia crew will make an attempt at the record on Sunday. Starting in Kinsale on the South Coast, Ryan…
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An hour after sunset Philip Fitzgibbon and Mike Shanahan reclaimed their Round Ireland Powerboat Record powering over the Kinsale finish line to become the first team to set a sub 19–hour time for the circumavigation of Ireland. They finished in…
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6pm: Hello Kilmore Quay! Philip Fitzgibbon and Mike Shanahan are heading west in an ebb tide and a light easterly breeze. These are ideal conditions for the final miles of the 19-hour circumnavigation. Map here. Time keeper Denis Dillon of…
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5.30pm Click here to see the tracker map. The tme keeper estimates a Kinsale finish at 19.50, some twenty minutes inside the record time.
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5.30pm Race fans are on stand by in Youghal, Co. Cork to greet the 50-knot RIB as it passes. A flotilla of eight boats has departed Youghal quay to give support as they enter the final stretch of the 19…
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5.10pm With exactly three hours to go to equal the record the RIB is off Gorey, Co. Wexford. Time keeper Denis Dillon of the Irish Sailing Association says 'only minutes either way' will decide whether Philip Fitzgibbon and Mike Shanahan…
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4.15pm - This morning's Round Ireland Powerboat Record attempt from Kinsale is now off Greystones, Co. Wicklow, well offshore and on target to break the 19-hour record, but only just.

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