It was a verrrrrrry slow start for the Volvo Ocean Race fleet in Cardiff as a high-pressure system brought bright sunny skies and warm weather but very little breeze to the start of Leg 10.
Full of frustration and anticipation the driftathon was one to remember, here is the start of Leg 10 in just 65 seconds.
Despite the slow start, Professional Snowboarder Travis Rice certainly caused a stir by somersaulting off the first spreader of Dongfeng. You can watch the video on our Twitter channel below.
Short, intense, strategic and complicated – with the scores so close, Leg 10 is going to be epic. Here's what the skippers had to say ahead of the most crucial leg yet.
If you're struggling to get your head around the potential standings depending on the outcome of this leg, we've got the perfect solution. Our web team have put together a potential points calculator where you can drag-and-drop the teams to their possible finishing positions for Leg 10, to see the results on the overall leaderboard. Just click here!
Tensions remain high (read the latest story here) with just three miles separating first from sixth as Dongfeng Race Team lead the fleet pass the iconic Fastnet Rock... Check out these amazing pictures from our team in the helicopter.
Since leaving the Welsh capital city Cardiff on Sunday the fleet has been dogged by fickle breeze, covering less than 250 miles at speeds of no more than 10 knots. To catch up on all the action, watch today's Live Show with Niall Myant-Best and Conrad Colman in Race HQ in Alicante.
And finally, we'll finish off today's Daily Digest with a feel good moment. Watch this amazing video as the epic French Trimaran 'Gitana' (sailed by past Volvo Ocean Race sailors Seb Josse and Thomas Rouxel) does a fly-by for the fleet. Love it.