A war of nerves and damage galore for Mini-Transat

The Mini-Transat La Boulangère became a war of nerves and damage galore on Monday as two competitors dismasted

Brest Atlantiques take time-out to repair and recover

A quarter of the total distance of Brest Atlantiques has now been covered in more or less six days by the four trimarans of the Ultim Class 32/23

Britain’s Samantha Davies finishes 7th in Transat Jacques Vabre

Britain’s Samantha Davies and French co-skipper, Paul Meilhat, finished seventh in the IMOCA class of Transat Jacques Vabre

Mini-Transat La Boulangere – Lacey forced to retire

Mini-Transat La Boulangere. Briton Joe Lacey has had to receive assistance from a support boat so is officially out of the race but is continuing on to the finish

Spain’s Cheche Team crew secure first China Cup victory

Spain’s Rayco Tabares Alvarez and his Cheche Team crew secure first China Cup victory in Shenzhen

Transat Jacques Vabre – IMOCA victory for Dalin and Elies on Apivia

Charlie Dalin and Yann Eliès on Apivia, have won the IMOCA class of the Transat Jacques Vabre Normandie Le Havre

Midway point of the Mini-Transat La Boulangere

The 2nd leg leaders of the Mini-Transat La Boulangère 2019, are at the midway mark between Gran Canaria and Martinique

Transat Jacques Vabre – First Multi50 arrives in Salvador de Bahia

Gilles Lamiré and Antoine Carpentier on their Multi50 trimaran, Groupe GCA – Mille et un sourires, have won the 14th edition of the Transat Jacques Vabre

Clipper Race – Zhuhai retire following injury to crew member

Race yacht Zhuhai has retired from Race 3 of the Clipper Race and will motor-sail towards Cape Town with injured crew member

Spain dominate day 2 at China Cup in Shenzhen

Cheche Team from Spain flipped the switch on day two of the China Cup to dominate racing in the Beneteau 40.7 one-design fleet

Hugo Boss less than 300 miles from Cape Verde

Alex Thomson and Neal McDonald on the keelless Hugo Boss have an ETA of Friday morning in the Cape Verda Islands.

Brest Atlantiques Passing Gibraltar at over 40 knots

Thirty hours into racing and all four of the trimarans competing on the Brest Atlantiques race have already reached the latitudes of Gibraltar