BERMUDA—Emirates Team New Zealand won the America’s Cup on Monday, wresting control of the nearly 166-year-old sailing trophy from Larry Ellison’s Oracle Team USA. The Kiwis took the trophy by winning Monday’s first race in moderate breezes off Bermuda, capturing the Cup with a final score of 7-1. The victory eases the sting of Oracle’s...
BERMUDA—Emirates Team New Zealand won a pair of America’s Cup races on Sunday to move within a single victory of capturing sailing’s flagship trophy from Larry Ellison’s Oracle Team USA. Racing in shifty breezes off Bermuda in front of a fleet of hundreds of spectator boats, the Kiwis were faster off the starting line in both races, leaping ahead on the early legs and maintaining comfortable leads around the course. New...
BERMUDA—Larry Ellison’s Oracle Team USA on Saturday won its first race in sailing’s America’s Cup, avoiding a sweep by Emirates Team New Zealand and keeping alive hopes that the U.S. can again come from behind to beat the Kiwis. The U.S. team outlasted New Zealand during the second of the day’s two races, with the two teams swapping leads after the U.S. crossed the starting line ahead for the first time in the regatta. Oracle...
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