The Oldest Trophy In Sports

Newport Rhode Island is no stranger to the Americas Cup. Annapolis local, Terry Hutchinson and Team Artemis seem to be the big match racing threat.  While James Spithill and Team Oracle maintain a 4 point lead in the overall standings just ahead of Emirates Team New Zealand. The standings atop the leaderboard are tight to […]

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Catamaran’s Without Wings

Although everyone is awestruck with mystique of the now famous winged AC 45’s, one shouldn’t forget what might have started all of this stadium sailing obsession, and that is the Extreme 40. Take a few minutes and catch up on what has been happening with these high speed catamarans. Brought to you by http://www.extremesailingseries.com/

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Americas Cup Technology

You can say what you want about how the classic feel of the Americas Cup has been lost. Most of us feel the same way about these mutli-hulls taking over for the gorgeous mono-hulls of the past. However, let’s not forget one of the primary functions of Americas Cup. It is one of the testing […]

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Ainslie’s Return

Let us not forget the Extreme 40’s which are almost considered the dinosaurs of stadium racing compared to the winged AC45. They still pack a punch when it comes high speed, adrenaline pumping action. And let’s not forget sailings very own Tiger Woods. Ben Ainslie returns to professional sailing in Singapore leaving the past (Perth) […]

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