In BYM News’ Sports section you will find over 2000 stories about the 2006 Volvo Ocean Race. Here are just a few BYM News highlights and exclusives. Click a pic to read more.


The third leg of the Volvo Ocean Race produced surprises, from before its start to after its nail biting finish.


Ever since Wharington Brunel pulled ING Brunel out in Wellington, everyone has been asking ”Why bother to re-enter, as Brunel, in Baltimore?” Grant Wharington explained all to BYM’s Carina Prakke.


Beauty queens and Volvo Open 70s don’t somehow seem to fit together. Marian Martin asked Miss USA, Tara Conner, what it was like to be a Pirate Queen.


What’s life really like on board a Volvo Open 70. BYM correspondent, Lori Pierelli, went along to find out from Ericsson’s Damian Foxall & Richard Mason.


When the teams are in port, sponsor fulfillment is all important. Ryan O’Grady, for BYM News, went along to the New York Village to see what the teams were doing ashore.


Wellington was the best finish to date and, arguably, New York was the best start. Ryan O’Grady was out on the water reporting it for BYM News.


Never again will this small hand wave daddy “Goodbye”. Hans Horrevoets died, tragically, on Leg 7 of the Volvo Ocean Race.


The first movistar Volvo Open 70 lies at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean; team boss Pedro Campos hopes there will be a second one.

There are 2257 pictures from the 2006 Volvo Ocean Race, in BYM News’ Photo Gallery.