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America's Cup: A letter to Emirates Team NZ from Team New Zealand By www.sandysviews.com, 12:05 AM Thu 26 Sep 2013
This is from us back home. You’ll be having some strategy meeting. Knocking around a few ideas. Hell, you might even be asleep. Us at home? We’re doing that too. You’ll have your eye on the big picture, the San Francisco bay weather, the clouds, the rules, what the Americans (or is it Aussies?) are doing to their boat over night. Probably giving the big outboard motor a polish, if the last few day ...[more]


America's Cup: Predictwind - Fresh breeze for Final Day 15 By Richard Gladwell, 11:27 PM Wed 25 Sep 2013
With the first race of the day set for its regular start time of 1315hrs the wind feeds produced by Predictwind indicate that winds will be around 21-22kts. The feeds produced by Predictwind are now in agreement on the strength at the race start time, as with yesterday the significant feature of the forecast is that just two hours before the start the winds will be near calm. ...[more]


America's Cup 2013 Day 14 Press Conference - the pressure mounts By Sail-world.com, 10:28 PM Wed 25 Sep 2013
America's Cup 2013 - after an amazing day on the water, the Media conference was just part of the building pressure now on two sets of shoulders. Dean Barker the skipper of Emirates Team New Zealand and Jimmy Spithill of Oracle Team USA. ...[more]


America's Cup: Images from Bay and Ashore - Day 14 By Jean Pierre Banowicz and Kurt Molnar, 8:26 PM Wed 25 Sep 2013
Photographer Kurt Molnar was on the America's Cup course on San Francisco Bay, along with Jean Pierre Banowicz who was ashore - here's their image gallery of the day. ...[more]


America's Cup: More Images from the Bay - Day 14 By Kurt Molnar, 8:17 PM Wed 25 Sep 2013
Photographer Kurt Molnar was on the America's Cup course on San Francisco Bay - here's the second of his image galleries of the day. ...[more]


America's : More images from Day 14 By Kurt Molnar, 8:02 PM Wed 25 Sep 2013
Photographer Kurt Molnar was on the America's Cup course for Day 14 of the 34th Match. Here's a second gallery of his images of the day. ...[more]


America's Cup: Images from on the Bay - Day 14 By Kurt Molnar, 7:51 PM Wed 25 Sep 2013
Photographer Kurt Molnar was on the America's Cup course on San Francisco Bay - here's the first of his image galleries of the day. ...[more]


America’s Cup: SHOWDOWN! By Gary Jobson, 4:22 PM Wed 25 Sep 2013
The 34th America's Cup defense has turned into more of a people show than a boat show. Sure the boats are amazingly fast, technological marvels, but the emotional highs and lows that we are feeling while watching and listening to the sailors compete is the epitome of human drama. How could anyone write a script for such a compelling narrative? ...[more]


America's Cup Final photos by Carlo Borlenghi By Carlo Borlenghi, 4:05 PM Wed 25 Sep 2013
Enjoy this great selection of images from race 17 of the America's Cup Final between Emirates Team New Zealand and Oracle Team USA provided by Carlo Borlenghi ...[more]


America's Cup 2013 Race 19 - NOT Just another race By Sail-World, , 3:48 PM Wed 25 Sep 2013
Oracle Team USA continued its streak, winning two races on Tuesday to tie the score in the 34th America’s Cup in San Francisco. Oracle Team USA and Emirates Team New Zealand have eight points each, and the winner of the trophy will be decided with Wednesday’s final 19th race in the America's Cup series. ...[more]


America's Cup: Oracle Team USA update: Winner takes all By Oracle Team USA, 1:45 PM Wed 25 Sep 2013
After staging an improbable comeback from 7 points behind and with no margin for error, ORACLE TEAM USA has forced a winner-take-all race tomorrow for the 34th America’s Cup after sweeping both races today. ORACLE TEAM USA won Race 17 by 27 seconds and Race 18 by 54 seconds and now stands even with Emirates Team New Zealand on the scoreboard with 8 points each. ...[more]


America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ update - Down to the Wire By Warren Douglas, San Francisco, USA , 1:14 PM Wed 25 Sep 2013
Tomorrow is the day. The last day of the 34th America’s Cup. After 18 races the two teams are on eight points and tomorrow will race on San Francisco Bay for the ninth point – the one that will win them the America’s Cup. ...[more]


34th America’s Cup - A winner-take-all race tomorrow! By America's Cup, 11:46 AM Wed 25 Sep 2013
After staging an improbable comeback from seven points behind and with no margin for error, Oracle Team USA has forced a winner-take-all race tomorrow for the 34th America’s Cup after sweeping both races today. ...[more]


America's Cup: Kiwi Media Conference - Day 14 By John Navas, San Francisco, USA , 9:55 AM Wed 25 Sep 2013
Videographer and sailing analyst John Navas, was present again after the main Media Conference to catch the Kiwi media interrogate skipper Dean Barker on Day 14 on the 34th America's Cup Match. A subdued Barker admits the American boat has found better solutions to upwind foiling but he believes his team can win the final race. ...[more]


America's Cup - Race 18 action shots By Sail-World.com, , 9:15 AM Wed 25 Sep 2013
Images from race 18 of the 34th America's Cup between Emirates Team New Zealand and Oracle Team USA. ...[more]


America's Cup: Level on Points - Day 14 By Bob Fisher, 9:13 AM Wed 25 Sep 2013
The teams in the 34th America’s Cup are now level – it has been the most remarkable comeback by Oracle Team USA and just as remarkable failure by Emirates Team New Zealand. The Kiwis have sat on match point for days and watched while the defenders have risen Phoenix-like from the ashes of defeat, much as skipper Jimmy Spithill had predicted. ...[more]


America's Cup 2013 - Oracle Team USA levels in Race 18 By Americas Cup media, 8:35 AM Wed 25 Sep 2013
Oracle Team USA has forced a winner-take-all final race for the 34th America’s Cup after posting a come-from-behind win in Race 18 ...[more]


America's Cup Race 17 & 18- Video Replay By Sail-World.com, , 8:30 AM Wed 25 Sep 2013
The battle on San Francisco Bay rolled on today with races 17 and18 of the Final at 1:15pm PDT, Tuesday, September 24th, 2013. ...[more]


America’s Cup 2013 – Race 18 - of Roosters and Feather Dusters By Sail-World.com, 7:52 AM Wed 25 Sep 2013
In the 34th America's Cup, Oracle Team USA, the comeback kids, have come from 8-1 to 8-7. At the start, the wind 20 knots from the Golden Gate Bridge, flooding tide just over a knot. Emirates Team New Zealand had the port tack entry. Oracle gybed early. An overlap from Kiwis, then they lost it. ...[more]


America's Cup - Defender scores sixth consecutive win in race 17 By Irene Corosu, , 7:20 AM Wed 25 Sep 2013
In the 34th America's Cup, Oracle Team USA scored its sixth consecutive win in Race 17 and lies within one point of Emirates Team New Zealand. The Kiwis have needed just one win to capture the America’s Cup after moving opening a lead of 8-1 last Wednesday, and now lead the series 8-7. ...[more]


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