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Recent reports claim that changes to the format of the 34th America's Cup preliminary events are being considered
American team Quantum Racing win five races from nine starts to take the Cascais Trophy
Consistency rather than brilliance wins the day again
The German Container team proved the most consistent performer, whilst British errors proved costly
Royal Swedish Yacht Club KSSS becomes Challenger of Record for 34th America's Cup
Mascalzone Latino representing the Challenger of Record has withdrawn from 34th AC
The demands of a five month season begins for six brand new TP52s next week
Emirates Team New Zealand set sail from Lyttelton, New Zealand, on a 2000-mile voyage to qualify for the Volvo Ocean Race
AC hopes to transform the way people see sailing with breakthrough graphics, athlete’s view cameras and onboard microphones
Winds were up (finally) to 20 knots on the final day of AC45 testing in Auckland. Matt Sheahan was on board filming.
Despite the lack of breeze AC45 testing continued, and in winds as light as 3 knots the AC45s were able to fly a hull! See footage....
See images of Puma Racing's first sail