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This is the year of the America's Cup

by America's Cup 2 Jan 2017 10:34 GMT 2 January 2017

2017 is the year that the 35th America's Cup will be decided, and only one team can take home the oldest trophy in international sport. Will it be defenders ORACLE TEAM USA again? Or one of the five worthy challengers? Only time will tell.

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