OBR Sam Greenfield
description

Bouwe eats below. Talks about the split. An ideal scenario for Brunel: if the southerly route pays off they can be ahead of the two red boats with lots of boats between them. We see Peter run out barefoot as Kyle gets his gear on. "Gybing" he says sleepily. Sam, to Capey below: What time is it Capey? Capey: Gybe time. We see the gybe through the hatch. Peter, below: Talks about the scheds being good, where the northern boats were light. They'll get the new breeze first; hopefully we'll be able to keep some of the lead. Kyle talks about hitting something. He's going to try to sand the leading edge of the rudder. Bouwe jokes with him about doing it naked. Kyle: Too cold. He tapes the sleeves of his survival suit. "Safety's no accident Sam." Pole shots of Kyle going over the side, sanding the leading edge of the keel. Drone shots of him ridding the tiller like a bucking bronco. Sam casually stands on the stern running the drone. Kyle, back on board. "It was so pitted." He jokes that the guys last night saw a fin the size of the mast. "We kind of think it was the Megaladon." He explains how there was a chunk out of the leading edge of the rudder. Shot of Peter, i slomo, grabbing something along the leeward rail while getting hit by waves. Noting that he wasn't clipped in. Sheesh.

duration 00:06:11
leg Leg 9
link http://www.volvooceanrace.com/en/raw/10930.html
people Andrew Cape, Bouwe Bekking, Kyle Langford and Peter Burling
published Wed, 23 May 2018 12:31:14 UTC
seconds 371
tags Discussing the competition, Drone, Drone Shot Of Rudder Repair, Favorite, Food, Going Over The Side, Gybe, Hitting Something, Megaladon, Rudder, Rudder Repair, Sched, Slow-mo, Split, Stacking and Strategy
team Team Brunel
video url https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2dUM_wFXd94