New rules help Aleh chase Ocean Race dream
Jo Aleh had to seriously ask herself why she was sailing around the southern coast of England, so far removed from the comfort zone of her dinghy.
America’s Cup in for a facelift
Past holders highlighted themselves, leaving no space for Team NZ’s victory to be engraved on the America’s Cup.
The Aussie driving Team New Zealand
The man they call “Mr Multihull”, with 15 world championships to his name, could easily have walked away from a New Zealand team left in disarray and doubt after losing the most dramatic of Cup showdowns, 9-8, to America’s Oracle.
The irresistible call of the liquid Himalayas
Every three years, for a quarter of a century, Stu Bannatyne has been lured to compete in the Volvo Ocean Race.
The first time the Cup came home
The morning the America’s Cup first touched down in Auckland, rainbows criss-crossed the runway.
How Team NZ won the Cup
Where others saw adversity, Peter Burling and Team NZ saw an opportunity to rise up and fly.
Team NZ’s win never in doubt
‘It is in the bravery to experiment, innovate, and sail without reservation that Team NZ have really done us proud.’
Auckland’s next dose of Cup fever
It’s too early to say if the America’s Cup will be defended in Auckland, but the city’s planners and experts have been thinking it through.