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
Race yacht Zhuhai has retired from Race 3 of the Clipper Race and will motor-sail towards Cape Town with injured crew member
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
Alex Thomson and Neal McDonald on the keelless Hugo Boss have an ETA of Friday morning in the Cape Verda Islands.
Thirty hours into racing and all four of the trimarans competing on the Brest Atlantiques race have already reached the latitudes of Gibraltar
Clipper Round the World Race and Zhuhai Skipper Nick Leggatt is making preparations for a possible crew medevac.
Transat Jacques Vabre Leader ETA midnight Thursday, Estimated Time of Arrivals in the Bay of All Saints are starting to become clearer
Video of Hugo Boss Keel removal after hitting an unidentified object submerged in the water in the Transat Jacques Vabre race
The Brest Atlantiques race officially started Tuesday 5 November, at 11am, in front of the Chaussée de Sein
After the drama of the Hugo Boss collision and keel damage, the Transat Jacques Vabre settles back into its regular rhythm
Hugo Boss Update . . . After removal of the damaged keel, the decision has been made that the safest course of action is for the skippers to sail to the Cape Verde Islands, around 800nm away