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The Duchess of Cambridge with Sir Ben Ainslie with the America's Cup |during a visit to the National Maritime Museum, London
I grew up down in Falmouth in Cornwall, we had an America's Cup team down there in 1987 and I remember as a kid watching them training and preparing and thinking about maybe one day being involved with the America's Cup.
8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- America's Cup racing will return to New York for the first time since 1920 with the Louis Vuitton America's Cup World Series on May 7-8, 2016.
BAR will be underwritten by Oracle Racing, whom Ainslie will join for their defence of the 34th America's Cup, but the Lymington-based sailor does not believe the busy schedule will take him off course for Olympic gold.
The draft rule for the spectacular AC72 Class went public yesterday encapsulating the 34th America's Cup that features the best sailors in the world on the fastest boats.
The TV coverage of the America's Cup has been dismal in the United States.
07/08/2012 - San Francisco (USA,CA) - 34th America's Cup - America's Cup World Series - Artemis Racing first training in AC45s on San Francisco Bay.
Louis Vuitton has been proud to partner with the America's Cup over the years.
Fortunately for America's Cup fans, Sunday's weather forecast will finally provide a perfect sailing condition for both AC Catamarans boats.
Dubai In a joint initiative by the Defender, San Francisco's Golden Gate Yacht Club and the Challenger of Record, Italy's Club Nautico di Roma, a draft of the Protocol rules for the 34th America's Cup was sent to the challenging teams yesterday.
Perhaps no one is as relieved by the return to racing as Bruno Trouble, the man who transformed the Cup and has worked behind the scenes of America's Cup class racing for decades.
The 31-year-old, who is the most successful British sailor ever, said he could not commit to the Games yet, because they might clash with the America's Cup.
To help defray the costs of paying a 15-man crew, we've heard that Dennis Conner will auction off a spot on his Stars & Stripes yacht during the America's Cup - with a minimum bid of $75,000 that's expected to add to his more than $1 million.
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