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Tokyo 2020: Current Covid-19 concerns

Tokyo has reached 10,000 coronavirus cases in a month for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic, raising fresh question marks over the staging of next summer’s delayed Olympic and Paralympic Games. The bleak milestone underlines the severity of the situation in the Japanese capital as it grapples …

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Captains of Ships – Jeremy Hance

Cheshire-born Jeremy has always had a penchant for being on another planet.  Growing up, he had a huge imagination, a fascination with stars and space, as well as an infatuation with the sea.  Jeremy’s father was a talented sailor, a man who battled to cross the finish line in the …

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America’s Cup: A tie at the top

Auckland, New Zealand – Four match races have been held on the second day of the PRADA America’s Cup World Series (ACWS) Auckland on race course C, the preferred playing field as it brings the racing right into the heart of the Waitematā Harbour, with a shifty and puffy Northwest …

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Vendée Globe: Preparing for the Pacific

Day 39 – Yannick Bestaven, skipper of Maître Coq IV, took the lead of the Vendée Globe early this morning. The 47 year old from La Rochelle, sailing a 2015 VPLP-Verdier design, has had a brilliant Indian Ocean crossing for his first time, and now becomes the 10th different leader …

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1 & 1 for Emirates Team New Zealand on day 1

It has been a long wait for Emirates Team New Zealand since their last official America’s Cup race, especially on their home waters of the Waitemata Harbour.After years of build up to now have the opportunity to race in front of home fans is a significant milestone for the entire …

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Vendée Globe: Leader deals with damage

Charlie Dalin, leader of the Vendée Globe since November 23, has this evening reported damage to his port foil system. While sailing in the southern Indian Ocean some 900 miles south west of Tasmania at around 1800hrs UTC, Dalin heard a loud noise and immediately slowed the boat to assess …

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America’s Cup village now open!

The official opening  of America’s Cup Race Village was commenced early this morning in Auckland Viaduct harbour and Wynyard Quarter with a small Dawn Ceremony with Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei who blessed the village and its new structures with Karakia and Waiata Tawhito. Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei, have played a key role …

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