|1 hour av||24 hours|
|1||Jean Pierre Dick - Loick Peyron||VIRBAC-PAPREC 3||0 32.95' S||30 34.23' W||7.2||342||4.9||117.1||3117||0|
|2||Iker Martinez - Xabi Fernandez||MAPFRE||4 08.52' S||30 06.23' W||9||356||8.8||212.3||3300.1||183.1|
|3||Pachi Rivero - Antonio Piris||RENAULT Z.E Sailing Team||17 02.86' S||31 10.99' W||5.2||15||11.9||286.5||4039.7||922.7|
|4||Boris Herrmann - Ryan Breymaier||NEUTROGENA FORMULA NORUEGA||20 16.58' S||30 32.40' W||11.7||15||14.5||348.5||4210.9||1093.9|
|5||Alex Pella - Pepe Ribes||ESTRELLA DAMM Sailing Team||20 15.03' S||31 25.71' W||14.1||6||16.6||398.8||4225.4||1108.4|
|6||Dee Caffari - Anna Corbella||GAES CENTROS AUDITIVOS||35 16.73' S||43 39.21' W||9.4||55||5.5||132.5||5309.4||2192.4|
|7||Wouter Verbraak - Andy Meiklejohn||HUGO BOSS||51 41.50' S||57 51.29' W||0||78||0||-0.9||6467.5||3350.5|
|8||Gerard Marin - Ludovic Aglaor||FORUM MARITIM CATALA||54 45.77' S||80 11.39' W||11.8||104||15.1||363||7327.4||4210.4|
|9||Jaume Mumbru - Cali Sanmarti||WE ARE WATER||48 17.22' S||131 36.22' W||13.4||67||11.5||276.2||9277.4||6160.4|
|10||Juan Merediz - Fran Palacio||CENTRAL LECHERA ASTURIANA||41 17.42' S||174 47.14' E||0||72||0||11550.3||8433.3|
|ABD||Dominique Wavre - Michele Paret||MIRABAUD|
|ABD||Kito de Pavant - Sebastien Audigane||GROUPE BEL|
|ABD||Michel Desjoyeaux - Francois Gabart||FONCIA|
|ABD||Jean le Cam - Bruno Garcia||PRESIDENT|
Equator day for Barcelona World Race leaders Jean-Pierre Dick and Loick Peyron on Virbac-Paprec 3. At the latest sched they are 33 miles from passing back into the northern hemisphere.
Struggling through the Doldrums, Virbac Paprec 3 has been having a relatively torrid time after covering just 100 miles in the last 24 hours, 217 miles in the last 48. In theory they should start seeing the northeasterly trades of the North Atlantic starting to build in 24 hours' time.
Meanwhile Iker Martinez and Xabi Fernandez on second-placed Mapfre have had the opportunity to close the gap and have gone from 343 miles 48 hours ago to 280 miles 24 hours ago to 183 miles at the latest sched. They obviously have the worst of the Doldrums ahead of them and from their course, they seem to be aiming to make the crossing at a similar longitude to the race leaders.
Behind Estrella Damm and Neutrogena are engaged in their own personal match race, separated by just 15 miles, while more prolonged exposure to stronger reaching conditions has allowed these two boats to take 50 miles out of third placed Renault over the last 48 hours. They will make more significant gains on Renault over the course of today as the wind goes light and on the nose for Renault while they continue to bask in 15-20 knot southeasterlies.
In sixth place, Dee Caffari sailing with Anna Cordoba on GAES is back to familiar territory, sailing upwind pounding into strong northerlies at the latitude of the River Plate.
Spare a thought for the crew of Forum Maritim Catala which still has 440 miles to go before she reaches Cape Horn and We Are Water which has yet to reach the half-way stage of her Pacific crossing.