HAMILTON, Bermuda Britain will not be bringing the America's Cup home this year but they narrowly beat New Zealand to clinch the Red Bull Youth America's Cup in Bermuda on Wednesday.
HAMILTON, Bermuda Emirates Team New Zealand ramped up the pressure on defending champions Oracle Team USA with their fourth successive win in the America's Cup final to go 3-0 up after the second day of racing on Sunday.
HAMILTON, Bermuda Emirates Team New Zealand made a flying start in the America's Cup final with two wins over Oracle Team USA which left the Kiwis 1-0 ahead after the first day of racing in Bermuda's Great Sound on Saturday.
HAMILTON, Bermuda Foiling catamarans similar to those being sailed in the America's Cup are creating a new generation of sailors and teams seeking to attract a new breed of supporters.
HAMILTON, Bermuda French sailing hero Franck Cammas is hoping that defending champions Oracle Team USA will beat Emirates Team New Zealand and win the America's Cup to ensure France's future in the competition.
HAMILTON, Bermuda Emirates Team New Zealand will be hoping to mimic "Black Magic", the boat with which they beat the U.S. to lift the America's Cup in 1995, when they take on Oracle Team USA in Bermuda.
GREAT SOUND, Bermuda Emirates Team New Zealand sailed into a revenge match against holders Oracle Team USA for the 35th America's Cup by convincingly beating Sweden's Artemis Racing 5-2 in the Challenger final in Bermuda on Monday.
HAMILTON, Bermuda/LONDON Sweden's Artemis Racing are no strangers to staging dramatic comebacks but their encounter with Emirates Team New Zealand on Monday in Bermuda will be their toughest challenge yet.
BERMUDA Emirates Team New Zealand beat Sweden's Artemis Racing in a near photo-finish on Sunday to go 4-2 up in the first-to-five America's Cup challenger final and edge nearer to a revenge match against holders Oracle Team USA.
Artemis Racing skipper Nathan Outteridge plunged overboard during an America's Cup challenger final race on Saturday, allowing Emirates Team New Zealand to get ahead and go 2-1 up in the first-to-five contest.