Assa into the lead
|1||Assa Abloy||25 47.16N||078 32.44W||89||0||0||9.2||264|
|2||Illbruck||25 46.56N||078 32.24W||89||0||-1||9.4||263|
|3||Tyco||25 45.08N||078 19.92W||100||11||0||8.9||262|
|4||SEB||25 46.56N||077 35.88W||138||49||-3||9.6||282|
|5||News Corp||25 40.36N||077 27.68W||146||57||-4||9.6||285|
|6||Amer One||25 36.92N||077 07.32W||165||76||-4||9.7||270|
|7||djuice||24 57.12N||074 59.44W||288||199||-10||12||302|
|8||Amer Too||24 51.24N||075 01.36W||289||200||-12||12||301|
Despite the above position report word on the street here in Miami is that Assa Abloy have now overhauled illbruck on the final run into Miami. The latest ETA shows that the boats are due to finish within minutes of each other at 1900 local time (midnight GMT).
Those trailing have been slowly catching up the leaders. Another fight is going on for seventh place between two boats still to pass through the North East Providence Channel. The girls on Amer Sports Too are keen to regain the seventh place they lost over the weekend and the boys on djuice who must finish seventh to minimise the ridicule they will otherwise receive if they finish last.
See page two for Lisa McDonald's latest report from Amer Sport Too ...
Chris Larson and Mark Rudiger take stock on board Assa Abloy