One of the ongoing honesty issues in amateur radio contesting is the submission of logs claiming unassisted operation while, in fact, the operator is benefiting from various types of on-air assistance, such as spotting networks. Apparently, there's a similar issue in yacht racing, and ham radio is right in the middle of it.
Participants in the Golden Globe yacht race - a non-stop round-the-world race using 1960s technology - according to Newsline, are allowed to use amateur
radio if they're appropriately licensed, but may not request or use any form of
outside assistance. According to Newsline, one skipper was recently
sanctioned for requesting weather routing assistance from another ham. The
conversation was recorded and provided to race headquarters. The skipper told
the committee that he didn't realize the information involved routing and was
allowed to continue the non-stop round-the-world race with a 72-hour penalty.
He finished in third place despite the penalty. For more race info, see <https://goldengloberace.com/>.