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America's Cup Challengers and Defender launch newsletter

by 36th America's Cup Media 24 Feb 2019 13:27 PST 25 February 2019
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The organisers of the 36th America's Cup Regatta and Prada Cup and supporting events, have released their first newsletter - summarising the main news stories they have published - and a great opportunity to catch up on what you may have missed.

The newsletter has contributions from the Defender and and five teams on the Challenger side.

The lead story is on the joint Challenger and Defender project to develop the AC75 Foil cant system as the various team representatives have a look at the project in operation in Auckland.


• The newsletter contains a flashback to the first America's Cup for Luna Rossa.

• NYYC American Magic let you know how you can be involved in one of their projects with Sail Newport.

• INEOS Team UK look at how they are bring young sailing talent into their wider America's Cup program.

• Stars & Stripes Team USA explain their recruitment drive which has been running for a fortnight.

• From DutchSail there's a quick look at their recent visit to Auckland.

• Emirates Team New Zealand take a trip down memory lane with a video showing how they developed the foiling concept for the AC72 ahead of the 2013 America's Cup.

To read the newsletter www.americascup.com/en/press-release#76_ac36-newsletter-1

To sign up for the newsletter americascup.com/en/newsletter

A quick take on the Cup: There have been nine America's Cup Classes over the 167 year history of the America's Cup - here they are summarised in a single graphic showing the nine eras of the most prestigious trophy in Sailing.

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