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America's Cup Uncovered: Episodes 1-4 - World Series and more

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America's Cup Uncovered is a weekly magazine video program is designed to show America's Cup fans the people, places and stories that are the backbone of the America's Cup.

Featuring behind-the-scenes sneak-peeks, athlete profiles and up-close action on and off the water, America's Cup Uncovered will take an in-depth look at the 34th America's Cup edition over the next two years, offering an exclusive window into one of the most prestigious events in sport.

Here are the first four episodes, we'll carry the latest edition each week on Sail-World

America's Cup World Series - 4 :

Week 4's program begins with the inaugural America's Cup World Series event in Cascais, Portugal aboard Green Comm Racing, the Spanish challenger as they compete in the first ever AC500 Speed Trial. Then, a day off from the sailing not just rest but also a focus on ocean conservation - join the teams as they help preserve the Cascais coastline. Next, it's front and center with Geordie Shaver, America's Cup commentator and former AC bowman, as he helps take America's Cup TV live for the first time. Then we're fresh off the race course, where Team Korea breaks down their racing after the beating America's Cup winningest skipper, Russell Coutts.



America's Cup World Series - 3 :

Week 3's episode begins with the first America's Cup World Series Event in Cascais Portugal where we follow the man who's responsibility for making the event happen on the water. Next, we meet the teams who will be the center of the action. Then, it's off to Auckland where we go back in time to see the makings of the AC45, including a traditional Maori blessing of the boat. And finally we'll be there as the teams line up ahead of their very first race - a look behind-the-scenes as the athletes get prepared.



America's Cup World Series - 2 :

Week 2's episode showcases the lead-up to the inaugural America's Cup World Series event, with a visit to Cascais, Portugal with some of the people who'll make it happen. Then it's to Artemis CEO Paul Cayard, who has won everything there is to win in sailing, except an America's Cup. We go home with him to San Francisco to find out where it all began and his quest to win the oldest trophy in international sport. Then, it's back in Portugal with Loick Peyron and Team Energy as they sail the AC45 for the very first time. And finally, we're in China and Korea -- the Eastern-most frontier of the America's Cup.



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