No details yet, but this spectacular shot of the Ineos Team UK AC75 flying on the Solent is surely a milestone moment for Ben Ainslie's British squad.
Two of the America’s Cup “super teams” – American Magic and INEOS Team UK – have reported accelerated progress in their campaigns after both teams ran winter training camps away from their home bases. Faced with the prospect of freezing temperatures and winter storms back home in the United Kingdom, the
Stars + Stripes Team USA – the California-based challenger for the America’s Cup, led by Taylor Canfield and Mike Buckley – have issued a statement quashing rumours rumbling around the New Zealand mainstream media that the team was about to withdraw its challenge for the 2021 Cup. The team’s press release
High-level professional sport is all about making split-second critical decisions under pressure. Nowhere is this more true than in the ultra-fast-paced world of the modern-day America’s Cup where the sailors on their high-flying boats need to be able to instantly interpret and act on information collated from a myriad of data
It seems that Sir Ben Ainslie’s British America’s Cup syndicate INEOS Team UK may not be the only sports team on the radar of English business tycoon Sir Jim Ratcliffe. Rumours in several British newspapers over recent days have linked Ratcliffe with British professional cycling outfit Team Sky. Ratcliffe – Britain’s
On this episode of the Yacht Racing Podcast Justin Chisholm's guest is British sailor Sir Ben Ainslie – the most successful Olympic yachtsman of all time, and skipper/team principal at America’s Cup challenger Ineos Team UK. Ainslie knows better than most what it is like to experience the highs and lows