Slept more last night, at the chart table, but with sleeping bag, boat rocketing along, the pain in my rib is stable/moderate. Had a big rainstorm in the middle of the night, but fortunately, no great squall accompanying. My friend Raphael Dinelli has detoured to Isle Trindade, east of Rio de Janeiro, to make a repair to his mainsail halyard. Apparently, the cover and core of the rope are presenting a problem through a jammer, and the sail (2 reefs) cannot go up or down. Raphael and I were having a fine competition, and I hope that he can find a solution rapidly. He is sailing with only a windcharger and solar panels, and it is a great demonstration of new technology. Good luck Raphael in your solution!

2/05S 24/33W, 11.6 kts @ 164degT, 4913 miles down, 20,000 to go, jib and 2 reefs in themainsail.