The Volvo Ocean Race is known to be the “toughest race on earth.” Sailing 83,000 kilometers over eight months and four oceans is grueling. Racers experience unpredictable weather, intense conditions and extremely close quarters. Not only that, coming into contact with an enthusiastically-large fan base, across 12 world stops, greatly intensifies the risk of infection. As if the physical danger of the environment isn’t enough, sick sailors are an enormous determent to race success. In addition to dedicated teamwork and synchronized perseverance, Team Brunel goes above and beyond to protect every individual on the boat, during every single race. Thanks to microbarrier protection, they were the only team who sailed the Volvo Ocean Race in 2016 without one person getting sick. They also won bronze. To this day, they continue their healthy approach to world-class racing with ONE Complete at the helm.
Team Brunel’s ONE Complete regimen Team Brunel makes sure ONE Complete is applied to all hands on deck and all sailing surfaces. This ongoing commitment offers a massive competitive advantage in a highly-competitive event.