Annapolis resident Ian Gordon achieved a major life goal early Monday morning when he helped Warrior set the course record in the Annapolis-to-Newport offshore sailing race. "For me personally, it's very meaningful to have been on the boat that broke the record for this race," said Gordon, who has completed the event 13 times. "I was raised on the Annapolis-to-Newport Race and I've been chasing this record for a long time." Warrior, a Volvo 70 skippered by Stephen Murray Jr., completed the 474-nautical mile passage in 40 hours, 14 minutes, 36 seconds. That shattered the previous mark of 42:58:12, which was set during the 2001 Annapolis-to-Newport Race by the Farr 60 Carrera. Veteran Annapolis professional Chris Larson served as skipper aboard Carrera when it set the Annapolis-to-Newport Race record. That boat, which was owned by Joseph Dockery, maintained the mark through seven subsequent editions. Gordon, who served as a helmsman and trimmer on Warrior, was among four crew members with Annapolis ties. Program manager Jan Majer and pit man John von Schwarz both grew up in Annapolis. Ryan Breymaier, who served as a watch captain along with Majer, lived in Annapolis for several years at the beginning of his professional sailing career. Black Pearl, a Carkeek 47 skippered by Stefan Jentzsch of London, was the second boat to finish. The German-flagged entry, which started alongside Warrior on Saturday morning, crossed the line at 12:58 p.m. Monday in 49:53:40.Hooligan, a TP52 raced by members of the Naval Academy Varsity Offshore Sailing Team, finished just after 4 p.m. Monday.