The case of James Spiethel!  Team USA wins first Regatta - OA Sport

The case of James Spiethel! Team USA wins first Regatta – OA Sport

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14.04 Our Japanese team Francesco Bruni finished second and third in New Zealand.

14.02 Team VINCEEEEEE USAAAAAA!!!!! All thanks to the exhilarating number!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

14.01 Team USA leads the fifth gate, followed by Japan and New Zealand.

14.00 Spithill Erotic!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! With passing the fifth mark, he passed between the Japan team and New Zealand, an amazing pass!!!!!!!!!!!

13.58 currently in the lead, New Zealand and Japan. In third place in the United States of America.

13.57 A problem with the boat of the Australian team that is retiring!!!!

13.55 Wind dominates the right side of the racetrack.

13.54 All boats are in search of the wind!!!!!

13.52 Passing to the third mark: Test Jeam Spithill and his team USA, followed by New Zealand (Arnaud Psarofaghis) and France (Billy Besson).

13.50 Wind gusts create great difficulties for Australian and New Zealand boats when getting off the chips.

13.49 Passing for the second mark: the New Zealand team, followed by America and France.

13.48 Team Japan chooses the opposite course for all other boats.

13.47 New Zealand is in the lead when entering the racetrack.

13.45 Parties!!!!!!!! Team New Zealand at the start at a very high speed. Punishment for Denmark.

13.44 2 minutes left to start!

13.42 We expect, as always, very strong and challenging opening Rivata races from start to finish.

13.38 Here we are, the boats are almost ready to start the first regatta today.

13.33 There are a few minutes left to start the regatta today.

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13.28 We remind you that the winner of each regatta gets 10 points, the second 9, the third 8, and so on.

13.24 There are expectations to meet the challenge between the captains of Luna Rossa in the last America’s Cup or James Spittel and Francesco Bruni.

13.19 There will be very heavy absences in the Italian leg, such as the absence of Ben Ainsley, who will be replaced by his compatriot Paul Goodison at the helm of the British boat, and Peter Burling, who will hand over the leadership of New Zealand to Swiss Arnaud Sarovaggis. .

13.15 At the end of the first stage of the event, Great Britain was in the lead, ahead of Australia and France.

13.11 Hello and welcome to the live transcript of the first day of the Taranto stage of SailGP.

Hello and welcome again A live live transcript of the first day of the regattas from the second stage of the SailGP underway in Taranto. I F50 . cruising They will compete to present a unique show like this one. On the different boats, there will be great heroes of navigation International, including some of the 36th America’s Cup champions.

At the end of the first stage of the event, Great Britain was in the lead, ahead of Australia’s Tom Slingsby and France’s Billy Besson. In the boat races in Italy they will be absent Ben Ainsley Who will replace him? Paul Goodison At the head of the British boat Hه Peter Burling Who will hand over the helm of New Zealand to the Swiss Arnaud Psarovagis.

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Helmsman Red Moon all’ulima America’s CupOf course we’re talking about it James Spiethel and Francesco Bruni. The Australian will be at the helm of Team USA while the Sicilian will be the flight controller on Team Japan’s boat.

Remember, the winner of each regatta gets 10 points, the second 9, the third 8, and so on. The top two teams at each stage will compete in a match race to determine the partial winners. At the end of the eight scheduled dates during the SailGP, the team with the most points will win the event.

OA Sport brings you the live textual broadcast of today’s regatta on the first day of the SailGP in Taranto: Real-time news and constant updates so you don’t really miss out on anything. The live broadcast will start at 13:30. Good fun!

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