Keeping Up with the Cup

Just over a week ago, the Americas Cup teams took it back to the water on their AC 45’s as the AC World Series continued in beautiful Naples Italy. Check out the final day highlights as helmsman Francesco Bruni of Luna Rossa Swordfish takes the overall championship over the Australian Tom Slingsby of Oracle Team […]

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Keeping Up With The Cup

The Americas Cup gets rolling in less than 80 hours. Make sure you catch the live coverage of day one right here (courtesy of americascup.com and youtube.com) The teams have had some good time off since Newport. I don’t know about you, but I am getting anxious for the excitement to resume in San Francisco. This should be a great venue. […]

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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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The Americas Cup

From Connor to Ainslie. I said it before, this (Ainslie) guy is going to be the next Tiger Woods of sailing. There are talks of him having his own Team. Take 23 miutes to catch up on what’s happening for the Americas Cup 2012-2013. They will discuss how the Cup used to be vs. how […]

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