Jimmy Spithill has signed as CEO and helm of the United States SailGP Team. Spithill will lead the American team vying for the $1 million prize…
It's official — America's Cup 36 Challenger Stars+Stripes won't be headed to Auckland from Long Beach later this month.
If you think that December's calendar is the sparsest for regattas, you'd be correct — except in 2020.
The first racing between the teams will be the Prada America's Cup World Series Auckland and Christmas Race coming up on December 17-20.
Just when you thought everyone involved with the America’s Cup in New Zealand was going to “give peace a chance,” it seems like it's a battle on all fronts.
Anyone hoping to watch America's Cup action close to shore is out of luck right now. The two fan-friendly courses were the ones that got the boot.
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.
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