The first of the iconic Great Capes has been passed in the Barcelona World Race with Bernard Stamm and Jean Le Cam on Cheminées Poujoulat crossing 20°E, the longitude of the Cap
The first of the Great Capes is fast-approaching, with the leading boats in the Barcelona World Race expected to pass the longitude of the Cape of Good Hope at the tip of South Africa tomorrow.
Sport met science today on the Barcelona World Race when the pairs of skippers took the first opportunity to deploy their data monitoring Argo beacon which was given to them in Bareclona prior to t
Nothing like getting the support of your team in difficult times...
From a lead of over 200 miles Wednesday evening, Bernard Stamm and Jean Le Cam on Cheminées Poujoulat, have had their margin trimmed back to closer to 120 miles ahead of Neutrog
Mercifully for the Volvo Ocean Race six, conditions picked up for the latter part of their journey down the remainder of the Strait of Malacca and turning the corner into Singapore Strait.
The Barcelona World Race tells the tale of the 'Haves' and the 'Have Nots' today.
If ever there was an example of 'the elastic band' effect in offshore yacht racing, then it is the fate of Dongfeng Race Team's over the last 48 hours.
From sailing the length of the Atlantic virtually neck and neck, this morning the Barcelona World Race leaders were nearly 400 miles apart, after second-placed Neutrogena split from curren