June 20, 2012Meet the Boat: The AC45
The AC45 is a lean, mean, speed macFebruary 11, 2013Maintaining the AC45It's not a glamorous job, but getting the AC45s ready for the Red Bull Youth America's Cup Selection Series is critical work.September 7, 2012Where Have the Tacking Duels Gone?The multihulls of the America's Cup have speed and excitement, but Tim Zimmermann finds the subtleties of match racing tactics and strategy to be lacking.June 30, 2012ACWS in Newport: Race Day 2Oracle Team USA Spithill claimed another bullet in the second fleet race of the America's Cup World Series in Newport, and will battle Coutts in the match racing finals.September 3, 2013Race One, WonFrom underdogs to lead dogs, the American Youth Sailing Force grabs the opening race of the Red Bull Youth America’s Cup by the horns.June 28, 2012ACWS in Newport: Training Day 2America's Cup World Series teams tuned up under ideal conditions on the final training day in Newport, R.I. Photos: Gilles Martin-RagetAugust 15, 2013Wound Up & Ready to RipWho will win the Red Bull Youth America's Cup in early September? Will the victor continue on the America's Cup path from there? Hans Peter Steinacher, gold medalist in the Tornado class and now one of the sports directors for the Red Bull Youth America's Cup, shares his thoughts.June 25, 2012Inside the America's Cup World Series: Dirk de RidderThe wing trimmer for Jimmy Spithill's Oracle Team USA AC45 team talks about his shoreside responsibilities, whether the team is now comfortable with the AC45 wing, whether Russell Coutts has softened after his experience as a crew in Venice, and how much it will mean to him to win the overall title for the inaugural season of the America's Cup World Series.
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