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A fifth of this leg still to go, just over a 1000 miles of intense racing, and nothing is decided at all. Read full update here...
'Another exceptional leg of this edition. 13 days of racing, 4300 miles raced and 4 of us are in sight of each other.' - read more from Charles Caudrelier here.
A discussion about favourite superheroes onboard in today's blog. Eric's favourite is Spiderman, Thomas' is Batman and Pascal's? Pascal's is Rocky...
'Is it possible to compare Jazz and offshore sailing? Meh. It’s a stretch, but to be great at both certainly requires a lifetime of training, instinct and improvisation.' - Sam Greenfield
All change again for the front three as Dongfeng go from leading the fleet this morning to being back in third place in the latest position report, although there is only 1.3nm in it
With over 3,000 miles of this leg to Newport done, the front runners continue to scrap over the lead like they were just out of the starting blocks.
We received a great message of support from one of the girls at Maersk Line. We loved it that much we just had to publish it. Read more here
Seaweed has played a big part in the last 1000nm of racing, especially the 'neon green mistletoe' type called Sargassum.
Charles’ energy has been consumed these past few days by a crucial routing decision. The past 24 hours the team have been setting themselves up for what they potentially believed was the best way to pass the Caribbean looking for the optimum combination of best wind strength and wind angle. However as Charles has reported in his latest email “West is no longer best.”
The end of this race will be won by the last men standing. At this stage a bad result becomes harder and harder to accept and could kill the little energy we have left.