America’s Cup – the defining race
by Rob Kothe & the Sail-World Team on 29 Jun 2007
Tonight could be the defining race in the 32nd America’s Cup – will the faster boat or the better sailors win, in what our Sail-World NZL editor Richard Gladwell likes to call, the series between the first and second Kiwi crews.
SUI100 and NZL92 just before start gun of Race 4.
Thierry Martinez/Alinghi - Copyright
Tonight's winner will be only two races from victory and the pressure will be building. While it does seem that Alinghi is the slightly faster boat, the start is critical, as is the weather call from Australian Roger 'Clouds' Badham and it only takes one error to change the race result.
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Today…we have the photo series from the mast top…. You can make up your mind on that protest. If you did not see Race 2- you missed an epic battle, tonight could be the same - 11pm EST.
Believe it or not there is other news.
Rohan Veal is leading the Moth Worlds, Nitro Drennan is current coming fifth in the Cowes Etchells behind Jud Smith, up front its Beadsworth and Razmilovic…
Some interesting industry news as Hanse continues to deliver bigger boats now it’s the 630e – watch the video on Sail-World.com
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