sThey love to fight with hooks and eyes, with deceit and mistakes, in order to lull the opponent to the illusion of security. New Zealand’s coup during Monday’s Copa America training in New Zealand was definitely not out of the gimmick: the team that had so far had the most chance of winning and defending the Cup lost in handouts before Auckland took over AC75. On the bow of the yacht, the yacht’s bow is undercut after the jeep, followed by an emergency braking in a wall of spray. The coup was unstoppable. Starting Friday, teams from America, Italy and England are set free to challenge the New Zealanders.
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Their crew remained intact at the coup. This is important news, especially for the small Copa America. Because with Andrew “Bart” Simpson, a British sailor sank under a raft when Swedish Artemis Racing capsized during training for the 2013 Cup off San Francisco. Simpson was a close friend of Sir Ben Ainsley, who now controls the British boat off New Zealand. Jimmy Spethel, now one of the Italian boatmen, interpreted the British man’s death from a Formula 1 perspective as “the moment at sailing Ayrton Sina”. “Unlike Formula 1, sailing is sometimes difficult to know because we have to deal with an area out of our control – the elements. The wind and sea will always make our sport unpredictable, but for the first time ever we not only focus on speed, but also safety,” the Australian said at that time.
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