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America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ hooks up second Kiwi talent stream By Richard Gladwell, Auckland, New Zealand , 12:53 PM Tue 14 Jan 2014
At a media conference at their Auckland base, this morning (NZT), Emirates Team NZ have announced the signing of 2013 49er World and European Champions and 2012 Olympic Silver Medalists, Peter Burling and Blair Tuke. The significance of the announcement was the new, informal relationship between Emirates Team NZ and the sports national body, Yachting NZ, which has been lacking for many years. ...[more]


America's Cup: Jobson goes one on one with Jimmy Spithill (Part 3) By ISAF Media, , 12:44 AM Tue 14 Jan 2014
Jobson Meets Spithill - From an America's Cup winning tactician to a winning skipper. ISAF Vice-President Gary Jobson caught up with Oracle Team USA skipper Jimmy Spithill at the end of 2013. ...[more]


America's Cup: Jobson One on One with Spithill (Part 2) By ISAF, , 3:51 AM Sun 12 Jan 2014
Insight from an America's Cup winning tactician to a winning skipper. ISAF Vice-President Gary Jobson caught up with Oracle Team USA skipper Jimmy Spithill at the end of 2013. Offering a fascinating look into the 2013 America's Cup, Jobson and Spithill analyse what went down in San Francisco, USA. ...[more]


America's Cup:Gary Jobson goes One on One with Jimmy Spithill By ISAF, Southampton, England , 7:49 PM Sat 11 Jan 2014
ISAF Vice-President Gary Jobson, won the America's Cup in 1977 as tactician for Ted Turner and has turned his hand to become a leading America's Cup commentator, including for the 34th America's Cup. In this five part series, Jobson caught up with Oracle Team USA skipper Jimmy Spithill at the end of 2013. The five part series will be published on the ISAF website during January 2014 ...[more]


America's Cup: Ainslie claims significant progress with British team By Sail-World, , 8:51 AM Fri 10 Jan 2014
Sir Ben Ainslie has revealed that his drive to win the America's Cup with a British team for the first time in the trophy's 163-year history is 'in a good place' and that he has made significant progress towards raising the $US100m (£60.8m) required to try. He says said a final decision would be made in the spring, once the rules had been published. ...[more]


America's Cup: Jimmy Spithill on why Oracle Team USA won + Video By Sail-World NZ, , 3:43 PM Sat 28 Dec 2013
A week after Oracle Team USA won the 34th America's Cup, skipper Jimmy Spithill was interviewed by NZ's 60 Minutes program. In this video interview - conducted in part inside the Oracle Team USA boat shed, he covers a lot of ground including his attitude to New Zealanders, use foiling stabilisation systems, his relationship with Dean Barker, whether he told the trth at Media Conferences and muc ...[more]


America's Cup: San Francisco puts its hand up for the 35th Match By Sail-World, , 9:41 AM Tue 24 Dec 2013
America's Cup organisers have confirmed that they have received a letter from San Francisco’s Mayor Ed Lee, proposing venue sites within the City that would be used to host the next America’s Cup in 2017. The Protocol is expected to be announced sometime next year - originally February, but now spoken of as happening in March or April, or later. ...[more]


America's Cup e-Book project greatly exceeds start up target By Richard Gladwell, , 8:38 AM Sat 21 Dec 2013
America's Cup commentator Jack Griffin has been more than successful in achieving his initial fundraising target using the Kickstarter funding model to produce an e-book on the 34th America's Cup. With just over 20 minutes to run before his funding deadline, the project had attracted $21,260 of pledges from 202 investors. ...[more]


America's Cup e-Book project achieves start up target By Richard Gladwell, , 12:07 AM Fri 20 Dec 2013
America's Cup commentator Jack Griffin has successfully initiated a project using the Kickstarter funding model to produce an e-book on the 34th America's Cup We are constantly receiving request from people for DVD and the like from the 34th America's Cup - and now it would seem that there is going to be a real alternative ...[more]


America's Cup: One of the greatest comebacks - book now released By Sail-World, , 4:27 PM Wed 18 Dec 2013
Millions of sailing enthusiasts and casual fans alike watched the 2013 America’s Cup in awe as Oracle Team USA, trailing one point to New Zealand’s eight and on the brink of losing the trophy to the Challenger, came back to win eight straight match-point races to successfully defend the America’s Cup. ...[more]


Your chance to back an exciting America's Cup project for $5 or more By Richard Gladwell, , 12:16 PM Wed 18 Dec 2013
America's Cup commentator Jack Griffin has initiated a project using the Kickstarter funding model to produce an e-book on the 34th America's Cup. We are constantly receiving request from people for DVD and the like from the 34th America's Cup - now is your chance to make it happen. There are three days to go to reach the initial finding target - to read how you can help be part of this projec ...[more]


America's Cup: Jimmy Spithill on the 34th Match and more By Richard Gladwell, 1:19 AM Tue 17 Dec 2013
In the second of two interviews, Radio New Zealand National spoke with the two opposing skippers in the 2013 America's Cup, Dean Barker and Jimmy Spithill. Below are some of the key points from Spithill, including the link to the full 30minute interview. Spithill explains how Oracle Team USA reacted when they were 8-1 down, and which team he will sail for in the 35tth America's Cup ...[more]


America's Cup: Dean Barker reflects on the 34th America's Cup By Richard Gladwell, 11:59 AM Mon 16 Dec 2013
In the first of two interviews, Radio New Zealand National spoke with the two opposing skippers in the 2013 America's Cup, Dean Barker and Jimmy Spithill. Below are some of the key points from Dean Barker, including the link to the full 30minute interview. Barker covers a lot of ground including the Oracle foiling mechanism, his relationship with Jimmy Spithill and more ...[more]


America's Cup: Team France presented at Nautic Paris Boat Show By Vincent Borde, , 8:31 AM Thu 12 Dec 2013
On Wednesday, December 11th, at the Nautic Paris Boat Show, Franck Cammas, Michel Desjoyeaux and Olivier de Kersauson presented Team France, which is dedicated to the next America’s Cup as well as the training up of young engineers and racers. ...[more]


America's Cup: Team Australia to stay out of talent bidding war By Sail-World, 6:53 AM Thu 12 Dec 2013
In an interview published in a leading Australian newspaper, the CEO of of the Hamilton Island Yacht Club challenge, which is operating under the name of Team Australia, has said they will stay out of the bidding war for the leading Australian proponents of the most recent foreign Cup campaigns and will build a new young team from scratch ...[more]


America's Cup: Outteridge and Jensen go again with Artemis Racing By Sail-World, 6:21 AM Thu 12 Dec 2013
Artemis Racing has announced that 2012 Olympic Gold medalists Nathan Outteridge and Iain 'Goobs' Jensen are continuing with the team, which is currently preparing its bid for the 35th America’s Cup. Nathan and Goobs will be once again joining forces with existing sailing team members triple Olympic medalist Iain Percy and legendary grinder Chris Brittle. ...[more]


America's Cup: Dalton to be part of Team NZ's 'positive' future By Greg Pearson, TV3 News, 10:43 PM Wed 11 Dec 2013
Grant Dalton says Emirates Team New Zealand's future is looking positive and, importantly, he will be a part of it. Dalton has been busy. He's just returned home from Europe where he met with sponsors and launched a recruitment drive. ...[more]


America's Cup: Ashby announces 2017 Cup intentions at Sail Melbourne By Richard Gladwell, Melbourne, Australia , 12:25 AM Wed 4 Dec 2013
Emirates Team New Zealand's wingsail trimmer, Glenn Ashby (AUS) has announced that he will be staying with the New Zealand team for the next America's Cup. The multiple world champion and Olympic Silver medalist was part of a four person, all Australian panel appearing at the ISAF Sailing World Cup Melbourne. ...[more]


America's Cup: Former Regatta Director appointed CEO of Team Australia By America's Cup Media, 10:18 PM Thu 28 Nov 2013
Iain Murray has been named the Chief Executive Officer of Team Australia, the Hamilton Island Yacht Club (HIYC) challenge for the 35th America’s Cup. Murray held the role of Regatta Director for the 34th America’s Cup. Now, he is responsible for building a top Australian team and, as Challenger of Record, for working on the rules of the next event with the defender. ...[more]


Tom Slingsby – America’s Cup at the Extremes and Olympics (Part III) By Rob Kothe and the Sail-World team, 2:58 PM Mon 25 Nov 2013
‘For all the computer sailors, the guys who sit on the Internet and say this or that the wind limits are too low, they need to understand the risks. These guys weren’t on the boat in 23 knots when you are doing close to 50 knots in a bear away and not in control, the boat is hobby horsing and you are nose diving. ...[more]


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