Video above published Nov 20, 2016: The summary of this 15th day of race.
Data revealed today from Vendee Globe HQ shows that Thomson, the sole Briton in the singlehanded round the world race, had sailed 535.34 nautical miles when the starboard foil of Hugo Boss was ripped off by a submerged object yesterday: "The distance sailed by Thomson is actually greater than that set by reigning Vendee Globe champion and current record holder François Gabart, who notched up 534.48 nautical miles in the 2012/13 edition of the race. However the official rules of the record state it must be broken by one whole mile in order to be recognised – and Thomson's distance falls short of that by just 259 metres." -- Thomson and Gabart are now tied for the record.
Vendee Globe 2016-17 UPDATE:
LIVE Tracking: tracking2016.vendeeglobe.orgClassement officiel de 22h Vendée Globe https://t.co/8jUyTzR57l #Icewatchtimerofficiel #VG2016 pic.twitter.com/O4yU66dlfO— Vendée Globe (@VendeeGlobe) November 20, 2016
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Update on Louis Vuitton America's Cup World Series, Fukuoka, Japan:
more about sailing below (@ web version link below for mobile)The final Super Sunday of the Louis Vuitton America's Cup World Series did not disappoint.— America's Cup (@americascup) November 20, 2016
Full story https://t.co/6kIkyfxjvf#LVACWSFukuoka pic.twitter.com/CKkJzQHqhm