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America's Cup: Holders Oracle earn early edge over rivals Team NZ - New Zealand Herald

Emirates Team New Zealand practice before racing on day one of the challenger series for the America's Cup. Photo/Photosport. NZ Herald. Share via email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Show more Bookmark this article. Share on Facebook facebook ...and more »

Sir Ben Ainslie's America's Cup qualification hopes in doubt after fourth successive defeat - Telegraph.co.uk

Sir Ben Ainslie admitted his team were now “in a fight”to avoid being the first team to be dumped out of the America's Cup after suffering their fourth defeat in succession in Bermuda on Monday, this time at the hands of Groupama Team France. This was ...and more »

Ben Ainslie is gearing up for the race of his life at the America's Cup - Wired.co.uk

With five Olympic medals, Ben Ainslie is one of the world's most successful sailors. His next challenge? To lead British team Land Rover BAR to victory at the most technological of all contests: the America's Cup. By João Medeiros. 26 May 2017. Chris ...and more »

Chris Rattue: America's Cup miracles - someone could have died but Dean Barker lives - New Zealand Herald

Someone could have died during the Bermuda tangle which left a hole in brilliant Brit Ben Ainslie's reputation while restoring Dean Barker as a sailor to be reckoned with. Get the America's Cup while it's hot. The sport will not be able to tolerate ...and more »

America's Cup 2017: Britain suffer fourth consecutive defeat - BBC Sport

Great Britain suffered a fourth consecutive defeat in the America's Cup Qualifiers on the third day of racing in Bermuda. The six-man British crew were beaten by France, who sealed a 53-second win. Having won their opener before losing race two on ...and more »

Louis Vuitton America's Cup Qualifiers Kick Off With A Bang In Bermuda - Forbes

It's been four years since the America's Cup briefly captured the attention of the nation when Larry Ellison's ORACLE TEAM USA completed one of the greatest comebacks in sports. Back then, the impossibly fast 72-foot-long hydrofoiling catamarans they ...and more »

America's Cup 2017: Great Britain's Land Rover BAR suffer two defeats - BBC Sport

Great Britain suffered a setback as they lost both of their duels during the second day of racing in the America's Cup Qualifiers. Having won their opener before losing race two on Saturday, Ben Ainslie's Land Rover BAR were defeated by defending ...and more »

Sir Ben Ainslie vows Land Rover BAR will bounce back after latest defeat - The Guardian

Land Rover BAR, left, skippered by Sir Ben Ainslie, and Groupama Team France make a splash in Bermuda's Great Sound. Photograph: Mark Lloyd/AFP/Getty Images. Sir Ben Ainslie has vowed to “come back fighting” after Land Rover BAR were surprisingly ...and more »

Ben Ainslie's Land Rover BAR lose two America's Cup qualifiers - The Guardian

Land Rover BAR, skippered by Ben Ainslie, lost both their qualifiers in the America's Cup on Sunday. Photograph: Mark Lloyd/AFP/Getty Images. Great Britain's sailing team endured an afternoon to forget as they lost both races on day two of the America ...and more »

America's Cup 2017: On board the most technologically advanced boats in the world - CNN International

(CNN) In Bermuda, the speed limit is 35 kilometers per hour although taxi drivers on the island estimate they can get up to 50 kph before the blue lights of the police come flashing. Even with the speed increase, in the crystal blue waters that ...and more »