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MACIF horizon job

It is safe to say that the Vendee Globe no longer has a ‘match race’ for the lead with Francois Gabart and MACIF having pulled out a 259 miles lead up the South Atlantic.

Bravo Mike

Congratulations to Mike Golding on his Cape Horn rounding, making him the first person to have raced arou

Upwind headbanger for Vendee Globe leaders

In the Vendee Globe the race leaders remain upwind but with a westerly shift due today.

Back into the Atlantic

Wishing all our readers a Happy New Year.

Wild Oats XI scores the Hobart race triple

Mark Richards and the crew of Wild Oats XI scored their second ‘triple’ in the

Record run to Hobart?

We would like to wish our readers a very happy Christmas and New Year.

WKD comes out on top

Geoff Carveth’s WKD team came to the fore on the final day of the UON SB20 Worlds, t

JP Morgan BAR gunning for 35th America's Cup

He may not have beaten Bradley Wiggins to being BBC Sports Personality of the Year, however Ben Ainslie updates us

How the latest autopilots have made IMOCA 60s supersonic

Part of the reason the leading boats have been able to do 500+ miles/day runs in this Vendee Globe around is due to developments with their autopilots.

SpeedDream: 2012's most radical monohull

Flying canting keel, stepped hull, wave piercing bow and much more...


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