The Southern Ocean is taking its toll with both MAPFRE and Team SHK/Scallywag reporting damage. High-speed surfing conditions are making for a fast passage towards Cape Horn, click here to read about how this leg is pushing the fleet to its limits.
If you watch no other piece of Volvo Ocean Race content today - make sure you watch this. A real, raw interview with one of the more colourful characters of the race, Team SHK/Scallywag's Skipper David Witt.
Ps. Wait for it...
“It is always a worry to lose a sail or worse injure one of your crew members in these situations” - Bouwe Bekking
Check out this drone image that illustrates the conditions the Brunel skipper is referring to
Another great image from Konrad Frost onboard team SHK/Scallywag shows steam from sailor Alex Gough's hands after being on deck... chilly!
Jeremie Lecaudey, Onboard Reporter for Vestas 11th Hour Racing has spent the night debating whether 'OBR' stands for 'Onboard Reporter' or 'O'Bailer Responsible'. Haven't got a clue what he's talking about? We didn't either until we read his blog
INCOMING! An unrecognisable sailor onboard Dongfeng Race Team appears to be flying through the hatch after a tough shift on deck
Did you know that as the Volvo Ocean Race fleet passes Point Nemo, the closest people are the astronauts on the International Space Station? Read all about it here
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