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America's Cup- CNN Mainsail Down Under on the state of the Cup

by CNN Mainsail on 19 Jan 2014
Iain Murray talks to the media while Mark Richards and Sandy Oatley look on - Finish line, 2013 Rolex Sydney Hobart - Day 4 Crosbie Lorimer http://www.crosbielorimer.com

Shirley Robertson and the CNN Mainsail team have been DownUnder in December and filed these three video reports on the state of the America's Cup programs in New Zealand and Australia.

Robertson, a double Olympic Gold Medalist, talks with Emirates Team New Zealand Grant Dalton and Dean Barker, plus top international commentator, Peter Montgomery. Barker also takes her for a spin around the race track in his saloon car.

Across the Tasman, she sails on Wild Oats XI, and talks with the Challenger of Record Principal, Sandy Oatley, and the CEO of Team Australia, iain Murray.

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