"the man who makes the French love the sea"
. Jean Le Cam, last week, left the ocean and his beloved Brittany behind him to promote his biography *. On the program of this intense Parisian trip of barely two days: interviews, TV and radio appearances but also a meeting with some of his compatriots fascinated by his adventures. After the legend Carl Lewis, the pilot Pierre Gasly or the new Olympic judo champion Clarisse Agbegnenou, the navigator took part in the game of questions and answers with nine subscribers of the newspaper
, co-editor of his book.
For an hour and a half, Oscar the student, Marion the school teacher or Guy the retired fan of Eric Tabarly drank the salty words and the witticisms of a sailor not in the morning but nevertheless well on time at the rendezvous, escorted by an allusive heavy rain.
A question burns the lips of his admirers.
"Yes, I'm leaving for a
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