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15 Nov 2019 21:30
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  •   Home > News > Sports > Sailing

    With their boat now in the water, Team New Zealand can finally focus on their primary task - sailing

    With their boat now in the water, Team New Zealand can finally focus on their primary task - sailing


    The America's Cup holders have launched their AC75 vessel which will be used for testing, ahead of next year's World Series regatta in Italy.

    Skipper Glenn Ashby says there could be more tricks up their sleeve come the 2021 defence, but it won't be as extreme as the cyclors seen in 2017.

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