America’s Cup teams already plotting course to victory
London, UK, 09/09/2014
It’s one of the most important times in an America’s Cup campaign. The beginning. Get things right in the early stages, and it will be easier later.
Six line up to battle for the America’s Cup – sailing’s greatest prize
San Francisco, 08/21/2014
Six teams have entered the race for the 35th America’s Cup:
ORACLE TEAM USA (USA), the defending champion
Artemis Racing (SWE)
Ben Ainslie Racing (GBR)
Emirates Team New Zealand (NZL)
Luna Rossa Challenge (ITA)
Team France (FRA)
ARTEMIS RACING LAUNCHES ITS CHALLENGE FOR THE 35TH AMERICA’S CUP
STOCKHOLM, August 19, 2014 – Today, Artemis Racing officially launched its challenge to win the 35th America’s Cup at an inspirational event in Sweden’s capital. Guests were treated to a rare chance of seeing the America’s Cup trophy first hand at the Moderna Museet, on Skeppsholmen Island at the heart of Stockholm’s proud maritime history.
Statement from the America’s Cup Teams Meeting
London, UK, Tuesday, July 29, 2014
ORACLE TEAM USA hosted a meeting with four of the teams who have entered the 35th America’s Cup or plan to by the 8th August 2014; Luna Rossa, Artemis Racing, Team France and Ben Ainslie Racing.
Comunicato congiunto dei team Luna Rossa Challenge, Artemis Racing, Ben Ainslie Racing e Team France che sfideranno per la 35º America’s Cup
A seguito dell’annuncio di Team Australia – rappresentante del Hamilton Island Yacht Club, Challenger of Record della 35^ America’s Cup – di volersi ritirare dalla competizione, i team Luna Rossa Challenge, Artemis Racing, Ben Ainslie Racing e Team France – e i rispettivi Yacht Club che essi rappresentano – confermano il loro pieno supporto all’evento, indipendentemente dalla sede che verrà prescelta per lo svolgimento delle regate.
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La nueva base de BAR Racing, diseñada por el famoso estudio de arquitectura HGP
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El primer ministro inglés David Cameron, dando fuerte apoyo político a “Sir” Ben Ainslie
Ben Ainslie Racing to set up permanent team base in Portsmouth with Government funding boost
Ministers today announced £7.5million of Government funding to support Sir Ben Ainslie’s America’s Cup team and their proposal to be based on the Camber in Portsmouth. The news follows on from Portsmouth City Council’s decision to give planning approval for the site of the new base.