A look back at ORACLE TEAM USA's journey in the 35th America's Cup. The American team put forward an admirable defense, displayed even more of the never give up attitude we saw in 2013, and were gracious in the face of defeat to a better team. We hope to see this consummate competitor again in the America's Cup. #AmericasCup
The 35th America's Cup was truly special. People from all over the world experienced the greatest race on water in the most beautiful venue imaginable, and it is something none of us will soon forget. #AmericasCup
After weeks of racing we finally have our answer: Emirates Team New Zealand are the last team standing and the winners of the 35th America's Cup! The Kiwis headed into the day on match point, and in the end it only took one race for them to seal the deal, despite a valiant effort by ORACLE TEAM USA. Full recap of the final day: [ Bit.ly Link ] #AmericasCup #ThereIsNoSecond
The Kiwis proved that they were a force to be reckoned with from the start of the 35th America's Cup, and continued to put in a near flawless performance race after race. They weren't afraid to take risks, showed incredible determination, and earned redemption. Follow the journey of Emirates Team New Zealand, the newest Defender of the America's Cup! #AmericasCup #ThereIsNoSecond
Today's Race 9 would become the final race of the 35th America's Cup, as Emirates Team New Zealand become the winners of the oldest trophy in international sport! The Kiwis put in a dominant performance throughout the America's Cup Match presented by Louis Vuitton, and today was no different. Read more here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Emirates Team New Zealand win Race 9, and with it the 35th America's Cup! Peter Burling becomes the youngest helmsman ever to win the oldest trophy in international sport. #AmericasCup #ThereIsNoSecond
Emirates Team New Zealand and ORACLE TEAM USA have docked out and are ready for what could be the final showdown. The Kiwis hope to seal the deal, while the Defender will be fighting to stay alive, and fans on both sides are ready to support!
Artemis Racing skipper Nathan Outteridge shares his expert analysis on the key differences between ORACLE TEAM USA and Emirates Team New Zealand's America's Cup Class yachts, the most obvious being arm-powered grinders vs leg-powered bicycles. These factors could make all the difference today as the two teams meet again with the Kiwis on match point. #AmericasCup #ThereIsNoSecond