Bruno Tristan Peyron (born 10 November 1955) is a French yachtsman who, along with his crew on the catamaran Orange II, broke the outright round-the-world sailing record in March 2005. He was the first winner of the Jules Verne Trophy in 1994, for completing a round-the-world trip in under 80 days. Peyron was born in Angers, France, and grew up in the French Atlantic coast city of La Baule. He has been one of the main organisers behind the round-the-world-race The Race.
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