Robin Davie catching Mike Garside, as Autissier catches first placed Thiercelin
After a consistent performance throughout the year, Michel Desjoyeaux takes the 1998 title
Fooling all the pre-race pundits, Brad van Liew maintains his class 2 lead
Pean and his crew maintain high averages
Race leader Marc Thiercelin and the rest of the fleet experience the calms and sudden squalls of the Doldrums
Lionel Pean and his crew wait in New York for the weather before leaving on their transatlantic record attempt
Brits fight it out for second place in class 1
In Around Alone Britain's Mike Golding takes over second place in the light breeze at the front of the fleet.
From on board Team Group 4, second placed Mike Golding considers his options
1998–Record-breaking sailor Cam Lewis today declares his intent to join “The RACE” as the only North American entrant. The RACE is the first ever no limits, non-stop, no assistance, around…
After a rough passage, the fleet assembles in Gibraltar
Fleet faces taxing conditions in the first running for this two handed triangle race.
After a blustery first leg the fleet gathered in Cowes before re-starting for Portugal
Ross Hobson's 40ft catamaran collides with a submerged object after JOG win
ISAF is demanding $1 million because of event sponsorship
Leading French solo sailor makes reday her Open 60 in Newport, RI. PRB is to have a new fixed mast.
Despite encountering several high pressure systems towards Bruno Peyron has taken two days off Steve Fossett's trans-Pacific record
Skip Novak reports from mid-Pacific where he is on board the mighty cat Explorer in an attempt to beat Steve Fossett's existing record
Garside makes a break by diving south
In a surprise move the Royal Ocean Racing Club have announced that the popular CHS rule is to be discontinued by the end of this year.