The 2020 Vendée Globe leaders endure challenging conditions as the race start to take its toll on the fleet.
Mixed fortunes for skippers competing in the 2020 Vendée Globe as the fleet heads through the South Atlantic.
Heading south-west, leaders in the Vendée Globe have opted for a frontal impact, hoping to benefit from favourable conditions downwind.
The 33 IMOCA race boats are primed and ready for 8 November when the start gun will sound for the 2020 Vendée Globe.
A contingent of 33 solo sailors are confirmed for the start of this year’s Vendée Globe, breaking the entry record for one of the world’s toughest offshore races.
The 2020 Vendée Globe remains on schedule, with a confirmed start date approved for 8 November.