American Magic, the one viable US Challenger for America's Cup 36, splashed Patriot, their second AC75 on Friday morning.
Elton John’s song 'Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me' says it best for the Stars + Stripes saga. The Long Beach Yacht Club-flagged team has done everything in their power to stay in the America’s Cup.
The preparation window narrows and the training pace quickens for the remaining three viable challengers as the Southern Hemisphere winter turns to an America’s Cup spring.
In the immortal words of the Steve Miller Band, "I wanna fly like an eagle . . . To the sea . . ." Apparently, so does the new America's Cup class.
Have you seen this headline or opening sentence in a story lately? "Canceled." In the spirit of our newfound 'cancellation beat', you might be asking, "What about the America's Cup?"
"The IOC President and the Prime Minister of Japan have concluded that the Games of the XXXII Olympiad in Tokyo must be rescheduled to a date beyond 2020 but not later than summer 2021."
The new 'shelter in place' order affecting much of the Bay Area has prompted the Bay Area Multihull Association to cancel or postpone the Doublehanded Farallones Race.
"Due to the coronavirus, we are postponing the Great Vallejo Race to October. The safety of our sailors and guests is our first concern."
What goes up must come down. At least that’s our theory when it comes to the modern America’s Cup foiling generation. That was true of the catamarans, and still holds true for the flying monohulls. More »
Another AC75 has crashed and burned, so to speak. A few days ago (it’s not clear to us exactly when) Luna Rossa dismasted while practicing off the coast of Marina di Capitana, Italy. More »
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