OBR Richard Edwards

Knotmeter on mast reads 5.7. Stacking amidships. Francesca: Of course it's a mix of emotions. You want to push, because it's the last leg, and you want to gain a position on the leaderboard. But in a week and a half it's over, and you need to work out your work plans, dream plans... it's a bit weird for everyone. I think we did some good legs during the race. Maybe we deserve something more than to finish last in the race. This leg seems quite open. MAPFRE and Dongfeng had a big lead yesterday, and they lost everything in this light patch. Every thing is open to the finish line. Everyone is quite tired. But the other boats are in the same position as us. Cannot complain, and just do what we know to do in the few hours we still have of this Volvo Ocean Race. Bernardo: I think we didn't sleep one straight hour... Lucas: My eyes are bleeding. Slomo of Bernardo, Bianca, Bernardo and Lucas eating below. Grinding.

duration 00:03:10
leg Leg 11
link http://www.volvooceanrace.com/en/raw/13415.html
people Bernardo Freitas, Bianca Cook, Francesca Clapcich and Lucas Chapman
published Sat, 23 Jun 2018 09:03:52 UTC
seconds 190
tags Compression, Deserve More Than To Finish Last, Discussing the competition, Emotions, Favorite, Food, Knotmeter, Life After The Race, My Eyes Are Bleeding, Race Ending, Sleep, Slow-mo and Stacking
team Turn The Tide On Plastic
video url https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_pmnbK0oMxk