And so, while we were asleep, François Gabard entered the Pacific Ocean, was taken over by Armel Le Cleac'h, who's ahead of him by 16 minutes, and who was trying to go unnoticed, took 60 miles in three days. Jean-Pierre Dick is falling at 400 miles, Thomson and Stamm, up north at about 850. Stamm, by the winds, set the them in today, he's one of the few.
You have to say, it isn't easy. And, it's sewing time, when you've got to get yourself out there.