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America’s Cup: Ray Davies interview – Pt. 1

In the first of our two-part exclusive interview with Emirates Team New Zealand sailor/coach Ray Davies we discuss the evolution of the America’s Cup from the ‘leadmine’ version five boats to the latest flying monohull concept and quiz him on the latest state of play within the team as the

Emirates Team New Zealand chooses Genesis as official energy partner

America's Cup: Emirates Team New Zealand choose Genesis as official energy partner

America's Cup holder Emirates Team New Zealand has chosen Genesis as its Official Energy Partner and sole provider of electrical, gas and renewable energy solutions for its Auckland base at the heart of Auckland’s waterfront as well as the team’s boat build facility on the North Shore. The partnership is

Elbow injury rules Spithill out of Rolex Sydney Hobart Race

Elbow injury rules Spithill out of Rolex Sydney Hobart Race

Jimmy Spithill has been ruled out of taking part in the 2018 Rolex Sydney Hobart Race after damaging an elbow tendon while training in Sydney, Australia this week for the Boxing Day race aboard the 100-foot supermaxi Comanche. With double America’s Cup winner Spithill’s primary focus being on his role with

Taylor Canfield to lead fifth America’s Cup challenge

As previously speculated a few days ago a second American syndicate led by young match racing star Taylor Canfield has today become the fifth official challenger for the 36th America’s Cup to be held in 2021 in Auckland, New Zealand. The Stars & Stripes Team USA campaign is headed by Canfield

America’s Cup: Iain Percy tipped to lead Malta challenge

America’s Cup rumours: Iain Percy tipped to lead Malta challenge

Rumours abounding in the professional sailing world over the last several days suggest British yachtsman Iain Percy is the frontrunner to lead the newly announced Malta Altus Challenge syndicate in the 36th America’s Cup. Percy – an Olympic gold and silver medallist in the Star Class – was the skipper and

America’s Cup: Malta Altus Challenge confirmed

Malta Altus Challenge an America’s Cup syndicate from the Royal Malta Yacht Club has become the fourth official challenge to be accepted by the current Cup holders Emirates Team New Zealand.

An America’s Cup syndicate from the Royal Malta Yacht Club has become the fourth official challenge to be accepted by the current Cup holders Emirates Team New Zealand ahead of the 36th edition of the event scheduled to be held in 2021. Malta Altus Challenge joins the Challenger of Record Luna

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