• Back on the pace | 29/04/2002
    There is a more confident feeling from the Orange team as they line up to tackle the Azores High
  • Sayer dismasts | 29/04/2002
    More retirements from two handed Tranz Tasman
  • Heading for the High | 28/04/2002
    Will the Azores high reform according to Bruno Peyron's plans? James Boyd thinks it will
  • Final day's racing blown off at the Grand Prix du Pays de Lorient for the 60ft trimarans
  • Early casualties from the Sydney to Auckland double-hander
  • Bay racing | 28/04/2002
    SEB leads a spectator-packed start to the Volvo Ocean Race's leg 7 from Annapolis
  • Back on track | 27/04/2002
    Another slow day for Orange
  • Volvo leg 7 update | 27/04/2002
    The 'ice box' is announced
  • More stars for leg 7 | 27/04/2002
    The full crew lists are revealed for tomorrow's transatlantic leg of the Volvo Ocean Race
  • Patience is a virtue | 26/04/2002
    But the slow slog north is proving frustrating for the crew of Orange
  • RORC expect record fleet | 26/04/2002
    for August's Commodore's Cup
  • Only one race sailed at ORMA Grand Prix in Lorient
  • Softly softly | 25/04/2002
    After saying 'no more headwinds', this is of course exactly what the wind gods have dealt Bruno Peyron
  • A temporary repair | 24/04/2002
    Carbon collar has been fitted around the bearing at the foot of Orange's wingmast, but will it hold until Brest?
  • Orange may dismast | 24/04/2002
    Problems affecting the mast rotation system may foil Jules Verne attempt
  • Down under the Tranz Tasman Challenge from Sydney to Auckland kicks off this Saturday
  • As new championship season kicks off with the multihull grand prix this weekend
  • Tomorrow the Equator | 23/04/2002
    Orange still making fast progress towards northern hemisphere
  • Friday will see eight 60ft trimarans, including three news ones, locking horns in Lorient
  • Clear victors at conclusion of first leg of the Figaro class' two handed Transat AG2R