OBR Yann Riou
description

Brunel sails downwind. Crew in the cockpit, at the mast. Abby comes below, inspects the steering hardware in the stern. Kyle, below: Talks about receiving the news about the loss of John Fisher. Absolutely devastating for everyone on board. Naturally morale is down. Thoughts are first and foremost with those guys; racing is secondary. Nina talks about it: Makes everything out here very real; all the risks involved. On deck, crew working in the cockpit. Below, Someone (Thomas?) grimacing as he works on something involving his hand, and blood. Abby, below: Movement of the boat is heinous. So just trying to take care of yourself, bit of an eye infection (she indicates her swollen, red eyelids) gets lower down on the priority list. Looking forward to flat water. Nina, Kyle eating. Kyle talks about how hazardous it is: Yann (OBR) fell and hurt his back. Nina fell and hit her head. Abby took a runner block to the head. "These boats are dangerous and this is a dangerous part of the world." Abby: Nina was in the head area, and we nosedived, and the boat comes to a sudden stop, and I watched her go from the head to the forward bulkhead and landed on her head. Looked awful, and I thought there was going to be serious injury. Nina: I tried to move my fingers and toes... Went straight into her bunk. Thnks she was really lucky. It's really dangerous for smaller people; ther'es nothing to hold onto. Dusk shots in the cockpit as they sail fast with the moon ahead of them.

duration 00:05:54
leg Leg 7
link http://www.volvooceanrace.com/en/raw/8563.html
people Abby Ehler, Kyle Langford, Nina Curtis and Thomas Rouxel
published Wed, 28 Mar 2018 14:21:53 UTC
seconds 354
tags Blood, Eye Infection, Fall, Injury, Moon, OBR, Repairs, Steering Gear, The Loss Of John Fisher and The Movement Of The Boat Is Heinous
team Team Brunel
video url https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ZVdxjDWjYU