1815 miles now separates the MOD 70 leaders and the Class 40 tailenders in the Transat Jacques Vabre, but the good news is that after the heinous conditions of the last few weeks in northern Europe
While five different boats in the Transat Jacques Vabre revealed over the course of today (Monday) that they will make technical pit stops, the race for the IMOCA 60 fleet became more tactical as t
As expected with a transatlantic race that sets off from northern Europe at the beginning of winter, the Transat Jacques Vabre has seen a number of casualties over the weekend, particularly in
30 days have now elapsed between the theoretical start date of the Mini Transat from Douarnenez and the race has still yet to get further than Northern Spain.
At 2158 UTC the race committee of the Transat Jacques Vabre received a call from Yann Elies, co-skipper of FenêtréA Cardinal to inform them that Lalou Roucayrol and Mayeul Riffet's Mul
Francois Gabart and Michel Desjoyeaux, leaders of the IMOCA 60 fleet in the Transat Jacques Vabre are putting into Peniche, 87 km northwest of Lisbon, Portugal to make a technical pit stop thi
The 26 Class40s are in the process of returning to the Transat Jacques Vabre race course, setting sail from Roscoff on the north Brittany coast in the early hours of this morning.
Big conditions on the Bay of Biscay have taken their toll with Loïc Fequet and Loïc Escoffier's Multi 50 Maitre Jacques sustaining damage to the front of their trimaran's starboa
A day and a half into the Transat Jacques Vabre, the Class40 fleet remains safely berthed in Roscoff on the north coast of Brittany, where Sébastien Rogues and Fabien Delahaye on race f
Leading the Transat Jacques Vabre Class 40 fleet in to their weather stop at Bloscon, Roscoff Sébastien Rogues and Fabien Delahaye on GDF Suez crossed the line there holding first place at 1