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America's Cup: Two wins in fleet racing for Emirates Team NZ
By Warren Douglas,
10:21 AM Sun 21 Apr 2013
Day 3 of racing on Naples Bay for the America’s Cup World Series was about everything coming together for Emirates Team New Zealand which dominated the fleet racing, winning both races of the day.
The breeze was in blowing 12-13 knots with a challenging sea state which made for a demanding day on the water. 'It was really lumpy out there today, which made for some really physical, tough sailin ...
America's Cup WS: Emirates Team NZ starts with a bang on Day 2
By Warren Douglas,
8:50 PM Sat 20 Apr 2013
The second day of racing in the America’s Cup World Series in Naples started with a bang, literally, for Emirates Team New Zealand.
In the first race of the day, a match race with Luna Rossa Swordfish, Dean Barker and his crew got off the start line with a penalty on Francesco Bruni allowing the New Zealand crew to round the first mark with a slim lead. ...
America's Cup: Elvis leaves the Building
By Richard Gladwell,
8:38 PM Thu 18 Apr 2013
Emirates Team NZ have folded up their tents and started the physical move to San Francisco, where they will be re-erected.
A report on the team's website says that the base and boats have been packed into 70 40ft containers ready for shipment to San Francisco. ...
The America’s Cup: Adding up the scorecard for New Zealand Inc
By Grant Dalton,
7:57 PM Tue 16 Apr 2013
Emirates Team NZ leaves soon to begin the battle for the 34th America’s Cup, the team has attracted major sponsorship from offshore; top international brands that are happy to invest large sums of money and partner with a New Zealand sports team. Here Grant Dalton reflects on the 2013 challenge, the team’s achievements in getting where it is today and its place in the New Zealand marine industry. ...
America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ damage wingsail in launch drama
By Richard Gladwell, Auckland, New Zealand ,
11:49 AM Tue 19 Mar 2013
Emirates Team New Zealand have damaged their wingsail, in a launching incident, early this afternoon, NZT.
The incident occurred as the wingsail was being lifted into place prior to the AC72 platform being taken from the hangar and placed underneath the wing, before rigging is secured. ...
America's Cup: Confessions of a Wingman
12:35 PM Sat 16 Mar 2013
Glenn Ashby (AUS) describes his job as wing trimmer on Emirates Team NZ's AC72 as a bit like driving a truck.
The multiple A-Cat world champion, Olympic Silver medalist, and former Tornado cat world champion, is talking a really big truck with a 32-speed gearbox as it traveling up and down a series of hills and turns. ...
America's Cup: Leaning on the weatherman to get it right
8:51 PM Tue 12 Mar 2013
Even more so than previous America's Cups, the AC72 sailing and support crews are even more dependent on the weather predictions.
In this clip from the Emirates Team NZ media unit, tactician Ray Davies talks about how times have changed the weather – and how they make use if the weather data painstakingly gathered by meteorologist Roger Badham ...
America's Cup: Spy vs Spy - Serious, or straight from the comic books?
By Rod Davis writing for etnzblog.com,
12:11 PM Wed 27 Feb 2013
Surveillance is part of America’s Cup life. Everyone does it. Coach Rod Davis muses on what can be learned – and the rules that regulate it.
At times the America’s Cup seems just like Mad Magazine’s Spy vs Spy. One team keeping tabs on another and a game of, not so much dirty tricks, but pranks played both by and against the spy. ...
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