Peyron's gamble fails to pay off
Russian class 2 competitor arrives in Cape Town despite operating on his elbow and suffering food poisoning en route.
First Corinthian home - American George Stricker arrives in Cape Town
Stricker closes on Cape Town;trouble among the 40 footers
Whilst on an international scale in sailing circles, races such as the Whitbread and America’s Cup may be better known, if you have not been to the start of the…
First ever British leg win in Around Alone/BOC Challenge
Designed by Marc Lombard she will compete in the Route de Rhum.
The leaders may be once again delayed by an area of high pressure between them and the finish. This may pay for Goldini, Hall and Soldini to the sout of…
Autissier and Golding struggle for line honours while the same story is true of Mouligne and Van Liew in class 2
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