11th Hour Racing Team and WindWhisper Racing earn crucial wins, arriving first in their classes into The Hague.
Biotherm and WindWhisper were the winners on a day of comebacks in the In Port Race in Aarhus, Denmark.
The pressure is on as leaders duel into Aarhus on Leg 5 of The Ocean Race.
Four IMOCA teams will compete in the Newport In Port Race on Saturday before heading off across the Atlantic as The Ocean Race leaves the Americas and returns to Europe.
11th Hour Racing Team has won Leg 4 of The Ocean Race into their hometown of Newport, with Malizia second, closing up the leaderboard.
The Ocean Race fleet is rounding the corner, with the doldrums ahead.
Team Holcim-PRB work on plan after dismasting while 11th Hour Racing Team leads fleet north.
Boris Herrmann’s Team Malizia leads fleet around Cape Horn.
The Ocean Race IMOCA fleet is expected to make Drake Passage and Cape Horn on Monday.
Approaching the three week point of leg 3, the IMOCA teams are within 20 miles of each other.
The Ocean Race fleet is making steady progress towards Cape Horn on Leg 3.
Team Holcim-PRB score a perfect, record-breaking run in Leg 3 of The Ocean Race.
The Ocean Race teams are in a relatively stable weather pattern for the next days, with boats set up to make miles east towards Tasmania.
During The Ocean Race stopover, Team Holcim – PRB (SUI) led the Cape Town In-Port Race presented by V&A Waterfront from start to finish in Cape Town.
Team Holcim – PRB wins Leg 2 of The Ocean Race with key breakaway in final hours, the first to arrive in Cape Town.
The ETA is Sunday near noon local time – for the top four boats – as a light wind battle rages on the final approach.