Don’t mention the software!
Anyone being lulled into thinking Jimmy Spithill might just be losing his swagger should think again.
Calm Team NZ draws first blood
Team NZ made a strong start to the America’s Cup challenge against Oracle Team USA, claiming the first two races.
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.
Generation next’s time to shine in Bermuda
It won’t be quite as big as the NFL halftime extravaganza, and probably won’t be nearly as scandalous as the Janet Jackson “wardrobe malfunction” of 2004. But the Youth America’s Cup is something akin to a halftime show during the main event – and a lot more than just glib entertainment.
Team NZ locks in on challenge ahead
The celebrations in the Emirates Team New Zealand camp in Bermuda’s Royal Naval Dockyards were typically low-key – some back-slapping and handshakes, two beers each, and then off home on their scooters.
New start for ETNZ
No one likes being handed a homework assignment that’s due the next day. Especially, you’d expect, when you’re the ilk of an Olympic gold medalist and an America’s Cup helmsman.
Team NZ vs Artemis
Team NZ’s place in the challenger final shows resilience is a virtue they have in spades, writes Suzanne McFadden.
Team NZ: ‘We will bounce back’
Helmsman Peter Burling says Team NZ will return to the water after a shock capsizing in Bermuda.