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Show news A new hand on the tiller of Womens Sailing in NZ
2000 Olympic gold medallist Jenny Armstrong is now plotting the course of women's sailing in NZ
Posted on 21 Oct
America's Cup: NYYC - Pause now, tell later
NYYC's decision to "pause its pursuit of the America's Cup" appears to have been taken autonomously
Posted on 20 Oct
America's Cup: NYYC 'pause' Cup involvement
NYYC surprised their second challenger team, Stars+Stripes and have paused Cup preparations
Posted on 19 Oct
America's Cup: Valencia Revisited?
A report in the Spanish media indicates that a new bid is in the running for the 37th America's Cup
Posted on 15 Oct
America's Cup: Big calls ahead for Superstars
Tough calls ahead for Burling and Tuke as they try to balance their 2024 dance card
Posted on 15 Oct
Gladwell's Line: Life in Lockdown Land
In the alternate universe - Planet Cherub - it is great to see the Lockdown being put to good use
Posted on 12 Oct
Start of a 35yr America's Cup dynasty
New Zealand's now 35 year America's Cup dynasty began October 5th 1986 on Gage Roads, Fremantle
Posted on 5 Oct
America's Cup: INEOS Britannia announce line-up
America's Cup: INEOS Britannia reveal their Formula 1 and America's Cup line up
Posted on 4 Oct
America's Cup: Two F1 teams set to enter AC37
Sail-World understands that two F1 teams are set to partner up with challenger teams for AC37
Posted on 4 Oct
America's Cup: American Magic's defining moment
American Magic's capsize on Day 3 of the Prada Cup was one of the unforgettable moments of AC36
Posted on 3 Oct
America's Cup hosting costs overcooked
A change in the financial analysis method for AC36 has upped the "cost" by several hundred percent
Posted on 1 Oct
America's Cup: ETNZ gybes of Kiwi Defence maverick
ETNZ dumps a maverick group claiming to be able provide funding assistance with AC37
Posted on 22 Sep
Gladwell's Line: Irish caned over Cup indecision
Irish media cane Ministry of Sport bureaucrats over "indecision" on AC37 hosting
Posted on 20 Sep
America's Cup: Ireland told to be 'more ambitious'
Ireland's top sailing official Marcus Spillane says Irish need to be more ambitious in their AC bid
Posted on 17 Sep
America's Cup: Bureaucrats nobble Cup hosting
Irish media are reporting that Dept of Sport bureaucrats are advising against hosting AC37
Posted on 15 Sep
Women's America's Cup is 'mind-blowing' - Mills
The most successful female sailor in Olympic history has welcomed the AC40 and Womens America's Cup
Posted on 12 Sep
America's Cup: AC37 Venue bidding tempo picks up
One, of what were two, Spanish hosting bids has withdrawn, while the Irish get some good news
Posted on 11 Sep
America's Cup: Dalton explains the new AC40
For the first time in 170 years of America's Cup history, women will be able to compete
Posted on 10 Sep
Gladwell's Line: Time against 11th hour Kiwi bid
An 11th hour, rogue bid to have the 37th America's Cup hosted in NZ, appears to be out of time.
Posted on 7 Sep
America's Cup: Valencia confirms key points of bid
Two-time America's Cup venue, Valencia has confirmed that it is making a strong bid to host AC37
Posted on 6 Sep
America's Cup: Valencia gets traction for AC37
Valencia sources are confident they have a good proposal for the hosting of the next America's Cup.
Posted on 3 Sep
America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ stand by Dalts
Emirates Team NZ have responded to veiled attacks made over the Defence funding "offer"
Posted on 1 Sep
America's Cup: Cork makes strong bid for AC37
Ireland has made a compelling case, with strong political backing, to host the next America's Cup
Posted on 29 Aug
Irish slap NZ$342million price tag on Cup hosting
Irish media are reporting that an America's Cup hosting would cost more than €200 million
Posted on 20 Aug
America's Cup: Grant Dalton lets rip ahead of AC37
ETNZ CEO Grant Dalton puts a few rumours to rest a month out from the AC37 venue announcement
Posted on 16 Aug
American Magic ramps up for next America's Cup
American Magic, a former challenger for the have announced they are ramping up for AC37
Posted on 16 Aug
Gladwell's Line: Touchdown in Tokyo
Tokyo2020 may well be the circuit-breaker that returns international sport back to normality
Posted on 24 Jul
America's Cup organisers happy with Event outcome
America's Cup Event Ltd has released its event delivery report for the 36th America's Cup
Posted on 20 Jul
Kiwis talk themselves out of hosting AC37
Government and Auckland Council AC36 report has been reported very negatively in the kiwi media
Posted on 20 Jul
America's Cup: Team Comms view of ACWS Race 12
A special cut of Race 12 of the ACWS shows the crew reaction to the AC75's falling off their foils
Posted on 8 Jul


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American Magic's Executive Director, Terry Hutchinson sailing yesterday morning
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Two Knights of INEOS Britannia - Jim Ratcliffe and Ben Ainslie
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Dave Endean (COO), Toto Wolff (Part-Owner and Principal - Mercedes F1), James Allison (CTO - Mercedes and INEOS Britannia)
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Toto Wolff (Part-Owner and Principal - Mercedes F1), James Allison (CTO - Mercedes and INEOS Britannia)
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INEOS Britannia Launch - Mercedes-AMG Petronas HQ, Brackley UK
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From right: Martin Fischer, Giles Scott and Geoff Willis - INEOS Britannia
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From left; Georgie Ainslie, Jim Ratcliffe, Ben Ainslie, Dave Endean, Toto Wolff and James Allison
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Red Bull Racing are expected to bring some needle as well as design expertise to the America's Cup
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Max Verstappen (NED) and Red Bull Racing
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F1 teams are set to join the AC37 teams
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Actual costs including infrastructure AC 37 in NZD
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Financial Analysis from America's Cup Event Ltd
Ireland would expect a tourism boost outside of the America's Cup event
© Richard Gladwell
America's Cup Cork
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America's Cup Cork
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The Viaduct Harbour under construction in 1996-7 ahead of the 2000 America's Cup
© R&F Heron
Alingi in the Darcena with superyachts. Emirates Team NZ's 2007 base in the left background - 33rd America's Cup - February 2010, Valencia, Spain
© Richard Gladwell / / nz
Valencia hosted the 2007 and 2010 America's Cups
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Speaker of the House of Representatives, Trevor Mallard watches the finish from Matteo de Nora' chase boat - Emirates Team NZ - America's Cup - Day 5 - March 15, , Course E
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Valencia in 2006 under construction - ahead of the 2007 America's Cup the 2024 base areas are at the top right
© ACM 2006 / Carlo Borlenghi
Valencia the exit channel from the Darcena in Valencia - Louis Vuitton Cup Semi Finals Spectators at Port America's Cup.
© ACM 2007 / Vicent Bosch
The replica of the legendary `America`, visits Port America's Cup Valencia - `The Foredeck` will be an integral part of the AC37 venue proposal
© ACM 2007 /Guido Trombetta
The previously proposed AC37 base area at Valencia - Alinghi 5 is in the top left along with its mast and an IACC hull
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Street level view of the proposed AC37 base area at Valencia - the 2007 bases are at the bottom right corner. The old Prada base has been levelled
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Street level view of the proposed AC37 base area at Valencia - Alinghi 5 is in the background along with its mast and an IACC hull
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Cork Shipyard - proposed base locations for the 37th America's Cup
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Cork, Ireland offers three course locations suitable for America's Cup racing.
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Tom Whidden, President North Technology
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Valencia - Venue 2007 and 2010 America's Cups
ACC yacht on display in Valencia
© ACM2006 / M. Candela