Escoffier 'safe and sound' after rescue off Cape of Good Hope in Vendee Globe race

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France's Kevin Escoffier is "safe and sound" after his rescue by fellow Vendee Globe round-the-world competitor Jean Le Cam off the Cape of Good Hope. ▶ Full story on bbc.com
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