Video above published May 3, 2017: The America's Cup has always been about pushing the limits of technology in sailing, particularly in recent years. One of the hallmarks of the modern America's Cup is the introduction of foiling, reaching speeds never seen before and allowing the boats to literally "fly" above the water.
The America's Cup Revolution: There has been a revolution in the America's Cup - a shift from monohulls racing far offshore to incredibly fast, foiling catamarans raced close to shore by high-performance athletes. Yet over 166 years the spirit of the America's Cup has remained the same, with sailing's best and brightest pushing the boundaries to win the oldest trophy in international sport.
Sir Russell Coutts' Vlog: Episode 4
Video above published May 12, 2017: In this episode, America's Cup CEO Russell Coutts discusses the amazing progress Bermuda has made thus far with the construction of the AC Village and the readiness of the 6 teams to compete. Over the course of the final practice races, the teams will need to refine their techniques and prepare for the qualifiers in 2 weeks.
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