• 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
  • Licking their wounds | 08/02/2002
    Not even illbruck have come away unscathed
  • SEB drops rig | 07/02/2002
    Mast broke just above the boom in 28 knot winds
  • The nightmare is over | 07/02/2002
    Carnage in the Volvo Ocean 60 fleet, but they are now thankfully out of the ice. James Boyd reports
  • Too close for comfort... | 06/02/2002
    Amer Sports One within a whisker of disaster...
  • Bouncing off ice... | 05/02/2002
    News Corp first to hit iceberg...
  • Seven teams continue trying to close the gap on leader illbruck...
  • illbruck steps out | 03/02/2002
    Kostecki has opened the throttle despite icebergs and big seas
  • Wet, wet, wet | 02/02/2002
    After a long wait, the Volvo boats are now deep in wild country
  • All change | 01/02/2002
    In just one day, everything has changed in the Volvo Ocean race fleet
  • Commodore's Cup | 01/02/2002
    Strong interest from English crews as the trials format is announced
  • Still waiting | 31/01/2002
    Anticipation is mounting in the Volvo fleet as the big breeze draws closer
  • Ready to rock | 30/01/2002
    The leading boats in the Volvo fleet are getting a sniff of the big breeze to come
  • New Open 60 race | 29/01/2002
    This year's version of the Challenge Mondial Assistance will be for crewed 60ft monos reports James Boyd
  • Gale force winds raise hopes of new record by British wind powered craft
  • Volvo Ocean Race fleet suffers first accident of leg four
  • Business as usual | 28/01/2002
    The Volvo fleet are hard on the wind again
  • Two new cities sign up for boat sponsorship in Clipper's 2002 round the world race
  • With pomp, circumstance and French rugby stars at ceremony in Marseilles