Alex Thomson and Pepe Ribes, skippers of the IMOCA 60 Hugo Boss, which was leading the Barcelona World Race, their mast overboard last night at 21.02 GMT.
Having passed Recife, the easternmost tip of Brazil, early afternoon yesterday, the Barcelona World Race frontrunners are this morning approaching the latitude of Salvador de Bahia, for many y
The light patch on Monday night that caused the boats to flounder in the lee of Sri Lanka, has left the Volvo Ocean Race in the odd situation of having a run-away leader in Charles Caudrelier's wor
Regularity and routine, such as they want it, has kicked in for the leaders of the Barcelona World Race as they race past the latitude of Recife, Brazil.
Seventy-five-year-old Sir Robin Knox-Johnston is today named British yachtsman of the year by the Yachting Journalists’ Association at a prestigious awards ceremony sponsored for the first ti
RORC Racing Manager Nick Elliott predicted 'a scramble for places' last October when it was announced that priority would be given to RORC members wishing to secure a place in the historic race cel
The Volvo Ocean Race six have spent the weekend closing on the southern tip of India, passing overnight between there and the Maldives, to their west.
The first boats in the Barcelona World Race have passed into the Southern Hemisphere.
Alex Thomson and Pepe Ribes, Hugo Boss' British and Spanish co-skippers, should pass another milestone of the Barcelona World Race, when they ease their IMOCA 60 into the Southern Hemisphere t