• 'Turbo' Kingfisher was christened in Auckland earlier today
  • News Corp arrive... | 20/02/2002
    News Corp finish sixth after an eventful 6,700 miles...
  • Geronimo past Finisterre | 19/02/2002
    De Kersauson's tri is on fire as she leaves the Bay of Biscay in her wake
  • Night time start | 18/02/2002
    De Kersauson embarks on his latest attempt on the Jules Verne Trophy
  • Match race nightmare | 18/02/2002
    Three boats are now neck and neck just 23 miles behind illbruck
  • Three week fix | 17/02/2002
    It will take longer than anticipated to fix Orange's mast
  • Au revoir Olivier | 17/02/2002
    de Kersauson's maxi tri Geronimo sets off this afternoon on her Jules Verne attempt
  • Close run thing | 16/02/2002
    Fleet concertinas causing chasing pack to eat into illbruck's lead
  • Altadill 'Best Sportsman' | 15/02/2002
    The ever smiling Spaniard receives home accolade
  • News Corp loses rudder... | 15/02/2002
    Last night Jez Fanstone's News Corp were the third V.O.60 to lose their rudder...
  • Orange loses masthead | 14/02/2002
    Top snaps off the giant's cat's mast 30 minutes after start
  • Green light for Orange | 14/02/2002
    Bruno Peyron's giant cat will set off on her Jules Verne attempt this afternoon
  • The great divide | 14/02/2002
    200 miles currently separates News Corp from djuice across the Volvo's South Atlantic race track
  • Gales on the nose... | 13/02/2002
    The Volvo Ocean Race fleet power through gale force winds...
  • East or West? | 12/02/2002
    illbruck leads to the west, but will the east pay?
  • French star signs up | 11/02/2002
    Around Alone has a new line honours contender in Marc Thiercelin
  • illbruck extends... | 11/02/2002
    John Kostecki's illbruck Challenge extends her lead...
  • Back into the Atlantic | 10/02/2002
    illbruck has rounded the legendary seafaring landmark of Cape Horn
  • Orange goes amber | 09/02/2002
    Peyron's big cat is ready to leave. De Kersauson's tri isn't
  • Two different tactics | 09/02/2002
    Paul Cayard explains why there is a north-south split in the Volvo fleet approaching Cape Horn