Xabi, at the helm motoring out, talks in Spanish. Sophie: Super nice to be back on board. Not fun sitting on the sidelines. Gonna be pretty windy, and that's exciting. And we all realize how well it is to do well on this leg. Rob: This is probably the most important leg of the race for a lot of teams. So we'll be giving it everything. First time to the UK since 2005, which was his first race. Looking forward to arriving; hope they arrive in daylight. Slomo parade with wacky slowed-down audio. Xabi says goodbye to young boy, who puts his hands over the lens. Spectator boat with MAPFRE on the side waves and blows horns. Sailing upwind with Dongfeng to leeward. Slomo of Tamara tailing. Dongfeng on their weather quarter with the A3 up. More slomo grinding. Brunel crossing astern on a downwind leg. Sailing past the bridge. Slomo behind AkzoNobel heading into fog as someone (Blair?) gets doused on the bow. Dongfeng on their hip as they reach in the fog.
|other boat||Dongfeng Race Team, Sun Hung Kai/Scallywag, Team AkzoNobel, Team Brunel, Turn The Tide On Plastic and Vestas 11th Hour Racing|
|people||Blair Tuke, Rob Greenhalgh, Sophie Ciszek and Xabi Fernández|
|published||Mon, 21 May 2018 00:06:40 UTC|
|tags||Back On Board, Cardiff, Child, Family, Fog, Hand In Camera Lens, Most Important Leg Of The Race, Other Boat, Slow-mo, Spanish, Spectator Boat, Translation Needed and Uk|