SAILING TEAM ROSTER RELEASED BY AMERICA’S CUP CHALLENGER NEW YORK YACHT CLUB AMERICAN MAGIC

New York Yacht Club American Magic, the U.S. sailing team challenging for the 36th America's Cup has announced an initial roster of 17 sailors who will train and compete with the team.

INEOS TEAM UK OFFICIALLY CHALLENGE FOR THE AULD MUG

- INEOS TEAM UK will represent Royal Yacht Squadron Racing as the British Challenger for 36th America's Cup - Sailing team led by Ben Ainslie currently competing on the foiling GC32 Racing Tour and claimed a third place at the recent GC32 Lagos Cup in Portugal.

ENTRIES REMAIN OPEN WHILE INITIAL 36th AMERICA’S CUP ENTRY PERIOD PASSES

RNZYS CONFIRMS CHALLENGERS ACCEPTED FOR 36th AMERICA’S CUP

AMERICA'S CUP HISTORY TO BE ADDED TO THE 'AULD MUG'

The America's Cup, the oldest trophy in international sport is returning to Garrad & Co in London for a refit and updated engraving for the race results from Emirates Team New Zealand's 35th America's Cup victory one year ago. By Duncan Johnstone www.stuff.co.nz

SAILING TEAM ROSTER RELEASED BY AMERICA’S CUP CHALLENGER NEW YORK YACHT CLUB AMERICAN MAGIC

New York Yacht Club American Magic, the U.S. sailing team challenging for the 36th America's Cup has announced an initial roster of 17 sailors who will train and compete with the team.

INEOS TEAM UK OFFICIALLY CHALLENGE FOR THE AULD MUG

- INEOS TEAM UK will represent Royal Yacht Squadron Racing as the British Challenger for 36th America's Cup - Sailing team led by Ben Ainslie currently competing on the foiling GC32 Racing Tour and claimed a third place at the recent GC32 Lagos Cup in Portugal.

ENTRIES REMAIN OPEN WHILE INITIAL 36th AMERICA’S CUP ENTRY PERIOD PASSES

RNZYS CONFIRMS CHALLENGERS ACCEPTED FOR 36th AMERICA’S CUP

AMERICA'S CUP HISTORY TO BE ADDED TO THE 'AULD MUG'

The America's Cup, the oldest trophy in international sport is returning to Garrad & Co in London for a refit and updated engraving for the race results from Emirates Team New Zealand's 35th America's Cup victory one year ago. By Duncan Johnstone www.stuff.co.nz