As the classic west to east race across the Atlantic Ocean continues we can already see a massive split between the two overall front runners. To read the full strategic breakdown of Leg 9 click here.
As Mark Chisnell points out in his strategic review, this is a double-points scoring leg, and one potential outcome of this huge strategic play will put four boats into contention for the overall win... with just two legs to go. So don't forget you can track the fleet live here on our website or by downloading the Volvo Ocean Race App.
How many times have we seen this picture of Charles Caudrelier and his navigator Pascal Bidegorry? According to Dongfeng's Onboard Reporter Jeremie Lecaudey, both sailors were close to losing their patience as the boat slowed down during the night.
As Turn the Tide on Plastic battle for their first podium position, they woke up to a pleasant surprise this morning. Take a look at this tweet from Liz Wardley.
Sunrises never get old! Especially when you find out that you've overtaken the 2 red boats overnight. pic.twitter.com/sQlFJJGuIF— Liz Wardley (@LizWardley) May 22, 2018
As the boats hit the classic conditions of the Atlantic Ocean we are absolutley loving this one minute slow-motion compilation from Konrad Frost onboard team AkzoNobel. Wet, wild and relentless.
Still riding the front that they expected to abandon them on the first night, Vestas 11th Hour Racing's navigator Simon Fisher explains the logic behind his famous decision making.
If you haven't had chance to catch up on what's going on out on the race track, we have everything you need to know with our Daily Live Show behind the scenes at Volvo Ocean Race HQ.