|1||illlbruck||21 41.76N||068 53.96W||675||0||0||8||302|
|2||Tyco||21 10.56N||068 43.36W||700||25||-2||10||268|
|3||Assa Abloy||21 10.08N||068 41.92W||701||26||-3||10||269|
|4||SEB||20 58.72N||067 52.16W||747||72||-8||9.9||280|
|5||Amer One||20 46.88N||067 33.84W||768||93||-11||11||275|
|6||News Corp||20 29.88N||067 41.32W||771||96||-11||11.2||275|
|7||Amer Too||21 07.68N||065 57.96W||836||161||-7||9.3||297|
|8||djuice||21 00.04N||066 00.28W||838||163||-10||10.1||283|
The wind at the front of the Volvo Ocean Race fleet is starting to become unstable, with light unpredictable winds hampering leader illbruck as she navigates the Caribbean en route to the finish in Miami, Florida.
Kevin Shoebridge's Team Tyco and Neal McDonald's ASSA ABLOY continue to fight hard for second place, with the Tyco boys just edging out a two mile advantage over the past 12 hours. Team Tyco is now sailing through her training ground, perhaps this slight advantage has been enough to give them the small advantage necessary to reclaim and defend second place.
Behind the battle for fourth and fifth place continues. Grant Dalton's Amer Sports One continues to take miles from Gunnar Krantz' Team SEB, but that's not all they have to worry about. Jez Fanstone's News Corp has pulled to within three miles over the past couple of days, and at her current speed may well be within just two miles at the next position report.
Lisa McDonald's all-women crew on board Amer Sports Too is having more luck with fending off the advances of Knut Frostad's djuice. They have pulled an extra two miles ahead over the last six hours. However, it's not over yet, and with just under 900 miles remaining there's still a long way to go until their position is secure.
Grant Dalton's Amer Sports One powering toward Miami
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