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Where could the next America's Cup be held? - Newshub

Team New Zealand's history-making America's Cup win in Bermuda means the Kiwis now have the right to host the next instalment of the race for the world's oldest trophy in sport. It has been 14 years since the America's Cup was last held in New Zealand, ...and more »

'Formula One' boat to transform yacht racing - Financial Mail

By harnessing the power of technology, Land Rover has built a catamaran it says is technically on a par with a Formula One car. 29 June 2017 - 20:43 Nafisa Akabor. What happens when artificial intelligence, big data and self-learning technology meet ...and more »

America's Cup: Team New Zealand and fans set to celebrate - New Zealand Herald

Tens of thousands of proud Kiwis will line Auckland's Viaduct Harbour on Thursday to welcome our America's Cup heroes home - with the winning crew set to join their adoring supporters to celebrate long into the night. Ticker tape, banners, plenty of ...and more »

Paul Lewis: Tone down the hypocrisy New Zealand - New Zealand Herald

OPINION: What a neurotic, nitpicking and ungrateful little country we can be at times. The champagne residue was barely dry on Emirates Team New Zealand's triumph at the 35th America's Cup when our leaders started flapping their gums about how private ...and more »

The first time the Cup came home - Stuff.co.nz

This story was originally published on Newsroom.co.nz and is republished with permission. The morning the America's Cup first touched down in Auckland, rainbows criss-crossed the runway. It was May 24, 1995, and the world's oldest sporting trophy had ...and more »

The comeback kids: How Team New Zealand won the America's Cup - New Zealand Herald

In Grant Dalton's mind, Team New Zealand were finished. The Kiwi syndicate was dangerously close to operating while insolvent. He didn't know how he was going to pay the staff, let alone meet the supplier and construction costs of getting a test boat ...and more »

Cloud opens up as possible site for America's Cup - Auckland mayor Phil Goff - The Press West Coast

Mayor Phil Goff believes there may be public outcry against using the Cloud site for America's Cup bases. The Cloud on Auckland's waterfront has opened up as a potential venue for the new America's Cup base, with mayor Phil Goff suggesting the left ...and more »

Government puts up starter $5 million to America's Cup defence - Stuff.co.nz

Government announces $5million towards Team NZ. The Government has put an early $5 million envelope on the table so Team New Zealand can retain its talent. The early funding boost is similar to what the Government provided in the immediate aftermath ...and more »

America's Cup: Government pledges $5 million to Team NZ - New Zealand Herald

The Government will invest $5 million in Team New Zealand to help it retain its key members, ministers announced this afternoon. Economic Development Minister Simon Bridges said the interim funding would help protect the team's intellectual property, ...and more »

Could Aussie Ashby be among Halberg winners? - Otago Daily Times

Not even Aussie Glenn Ashby's presence as Team New Zealand skipper should prevent the America's Cup winners staking a strong claim for Halberg Award honours this year. Emirates Team NZ became the first team to successfully challenge twice for the ...and more »