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What does TJV stand for?

TJV stands for Transat Jacques Vabre (French; nautical race)

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The MOD 70 will also race in the Aberdeen Asset Management Cowes Week Artemis Challenge on August 8, the Rolex Fastnet, from Cowes to Plymouth, UK, via Ireland between August 11 and 13, and the Transat Jacques Vabre, from Le Havre, France to Brazil between November 3 and 26.
Alex Thomson and Guillermo Altadill have been sailing together since June this year, and will be sailing the double-handed Transat Jacques Vabre race together across the Atlantic from Le Havre, France to Costa Rica in November.
With over 25 years experience, FYD-designed racing yachts have won more than 40 World Championships and have achieved a multitude of successes at international grand prix events including the Volvo Ocean Race, America's Cup, Vendee Globe, Sydney Hobart, Barcelona World Race, Transat Jacques Vabre and Copa del Rey, said a ADTA statement.
The pair will set off in the two-handed Transat Jacques Vabre event from Le Havre, France, to Bahia de Salvador in Brazil on November 1 on Emma's new Pindar yacht.
LE HAVRE: Ellen MacArthur and Emma Richards join the start of the Transat Jacques Vabre, a 5,300-mile, transatlantic yacht race.
Musandam--Oman Air will then sail to the United Kingdom for the Artemis Challenge during Cowes Week and the world-famous Rolex Fastnet Race, before competing in the Transat Jacques Vabre, which starts in France in November.