Brits lead final chance to gain valuable qualifying miles for Vendee Globe selection

Final chance to gain valuable qualifying miles for Vendee Globe selection has started from New York/Newport, Rhode Island to Les Sables d’Olonne, France

French skipper Clarisse Crémer denies cheating in Vendée Globe

French skipper Clarisse Crémer issued a joint statement with her husband Tanguy Le Turquais, insisting that they had never cheated.

IMOCA Class – Official Statement regards illicit routing in the Vendée Globe

IMOCA Class issues statement of investigation into reported external routing in the Vendée Globe 2020-2021

Clarisse Crémer in new partnership for Vendée Globe 2024

French sailor Clarisse Crémer will return to the Vendée Globe 2024 with new title sponsor L’OCCITANE en Provence.

Alex Thomson steps down from 2024 Vendée Globe

British sailor Alex Thomson has announced he won’t compete as a skipper in the 2024 Vendée Globe

Sam Davies Completes Solo Vendée Globe Outside The Race

After being forced to abandon her Vendee race on 5 December following a violent collision with a floating object south of Cape Town, British skipper Sam Davies sailed back into Les Sables d’Olonne on Friday 26 Febuary.

British skipper Miranda Merron completes Vendee Globe

With her usual quiet, understated efficiency British skipper Miranda Merron completed the Vendée Globe solo round the world race quest Wednesday night

Miranda Merron expected to finish Vendee Globe on Wednesday

Miranda Merron on Campagne de France is battling past Cape Finistere and should reach the finish of the Vendee Globe Wednesday night.

Pip Hare first British skipper to finish the Vendee Globe

Pip Hare is the first British skipper to finish the 2020-21 race, and only the eighth women ever to finish the Vendée Globe in its history

Vendee Globe – Pip Hare in struggle to reach finish

Following a mast lock failure, Pip Hare is now expected to finish the Vendee Globe in the small hours of Friday morning.

Alex Thomson and Hugo Boss return to home base in UK

In a final coda to his Vendee Globe race, Alex Thomson slipped into his home base at Haslar Marina, in Portsmouth Harbour, having sailed close to 8,000nm from Cape Town onboard the HUGO BOSS boat – Video here

Beyou finishes the Vendee Globe in 13th place

Jérémie Beyou, who was one of the outstanding pre-start favourites to win the Vendée Globe, crossed the finish line in 13th place on Saturday 6 February 2021.