Quiberon

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Quiberon

(French kibrɔ̃)
n
(Placename) a peninsula of NW France, on the S coast of Brittany: a naval battle was fought off its coast in 1759 during the Seven Years' War, in which the British defeated the French
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All four members of the team had earlier attended a training camp in Quiberon, France, before the 2017 Optimist Worlds in Thailand held in July, which saw no fewer than 281 sailors from 62 countries competing.
came ashore in the town on Quiberon, France, on the rugged Brittany coast.
Also in the early races the energetic Al Qasmi, who shone in the pre-Worlds training in Quiberon, France, posted 35th and 36th place finishes among his results, while Al Alawi was 41st in two races, each in their respective fleets.