There’s some serious racing going on. It’s in Bermuda, and you can get all the hot intel about it, right here on Sail-World.com. For others, it is not the be all and end all, so then as to not to alienate anyone, we’ll move on. Save for one thing, however. Should the Kiwis win with their Aussie Skipper, it will be good for the region.
Three races were sailed in the third day of Round Robin racing in Bermuda. There were many surprises and the day ended in a major controversy.
Here's Sail-World's on the water view of the day's action.
The Chief Umpire for the America's Cup says that on review a wrong call was made to penalise the Swedish Challenger
America’s Cup Race Management (ACRM), the independent organization that oversees the sporting and competitive rules of the America’s Cup, has announced its perspective on the contentious penalty given to Artemis Racing in race 14 of the first Round Robin stage of the Louis Vuitton A
The championship, which takes place in June in Mooloolaba, brings together the best Etchells competitors from around Australia, and the Pacific region.
Day 3 of the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Qualifiers was a day of drama with Artemis Racing seeing victory in the second race of the day, against Emirates Team New Zealand disappear with an Umpire call and in which the five challenging teams; Land Rover BAR, Artemis Racing, SoftBank Team Japan, Groupama Team France and Emirates Team New Zealand, had their chance to enhance their positions on the le
Emirates Team New Zealand lined up against Sweden’s Artemis Racing in the most dramatic race of the first Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Qualifiers.
The race was always going to be a close one, pitting old 49er adversaries Peter Burling and Blair Tuke up against Nathan Outteridge and Iain Jensen.