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BBC Click: The America's Cup And INEOS TEAM UK

by BBC Click 12 Oct 15:14 BST
America's Cup: INEOS Team UK © Gregory/INEOS Team UK

The America's Cup is one of the biggest and toughest sailing races in the world. BBC Click take a look at what goes into making a boat to compete, talking with Sir Ben Ainslie and members of INEOS TEAM UK.

Note at 1m24s it's supposed be Emirates Team New Zealand, not ORACLE New Zealand!

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