Video: Volvo Ocean Race Chinese In-port Racing

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Despite being a boat down following Vestas 11 Hour Racing’s collision with a commercial fishing boat near the end of Leg 4, the rest of the 2017-18 Volvo Ocean Race fleet still went at it hammer and tongs in a pair of in-port races in Hong Kong and then Guangzhou, China.

To see the complete Hong Kong in-port race, click here. To see the complete Guangzhou in-port race, click here.

Highlights from the Hong Kong in-port race

Highlights from the Guangzhou in-port race

Read Make or Break Volvo Leg 6

February 2018

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