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16 September 2013 - 08:50
34th Americas Cup delivers more heart-pounding action as teams split the day
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AMERICA'S CUP. In what ranks as one of the most enthralling races from start to finish in Americas Cup history, Emirates Team New Zealand scored a 16-second victory in Race 10 of the 34th Americas Cup. The win came after ORACLE TEAM USA scored a 47-second victory in Race 9 to gain its first point of the series.


ACEA / PHOTO GILLES MARTIN-RAGET

Another large crowd estimated at 35,000 was on hand at the two Americas Cup venues on the shores of San Francisco Bay taking in the action on a sun-drenched day. In its 162-year history the Americas Cup has rarely delivered such close racing. The 1983 match goes down as the closest in terms of needing all seven races and the 2007 match goes down as the closest in terms of average finish time.

Rarely have two crews traded tacks and jibes all the way around the racecourse as Emirates Team New Zealand and ORACLE TEAM USA have in the last three races. Certainly crews in the past werent approaching each other at closing speeds in excess of 70 knots. Its simply heart-pounding, hair-raising action.

The new look Americas Cup was captured today in Race 10, where the lead changed hands four times in the 10-nautical mile race and the four mark roundings had deltas of 3 seconds, 11 seconds, 1 second and 11 seconds. The lead changed hands three times alone on the 3-nautical-mile windward leg.

If you didnt enjoy todays racing you should probably watch another sport, said Emirates Team New Zealand skipper Dean Barker, competing in his fourth Americas Cup.

I can honestly say this is the most fun and exciting sailing Ive been involved with, said ORACLE TEAM USA tactician Ben Ainslie, a four-time Olympic gold medalist.

With todays split Emirates Team New Zealand leads on the scoreboard 7-1. The winner of the 34th Americas Cup will be the first team to score 9 points. For the Kiwis that means two additional race wins and for ORACLE TEAM USA it means eight. ORACLE TEAM USAs first two victories dont count towards its scoreline due to a penalty imposed by the International Jury.

ORACLE TEAM USA won Race 9 with a wire-to-wire performance. Skipper Jimmy Spithill did a masterful job in the pre-start, gaining a position to leeward of Emirates Team New Zealand late in the 2-minute sequence and preventing the Kiwis from entering the racecourse. Spithill and crew led at the first mark 4 seconds and then sped away from the challenger, gaining time on every leg of the course with its new found boatspeed.

This is a development boat. Like any racing sport, whether its F1 or Moto GP, youre constantly learning how to race them, said Spithill of the AC72, the first of which was launched just over one year ago. We finally get to the race now, and this is the most we learn. Hindsights a beautiful thing, but whats important is how you react and go forward. Even today we have a heap of stuff wed like to do to the boat.

Emirates Team New Zealand reacted to losing Race 9 by bouncing back with a thrilling win in Race 10. This time the Kiwis got the better of the defender in the pre-start, coming off the line positioned to leeward. That was key because ORACLE TEAM USA nearly rolled them on the high-speed reach to the first mark, but the Kiwis position allowed them to control the action around the turning mark.

The fireworks came on the upwind leg. The two crews met seven different times on the leg and the lead changed hands three times. ORACLE TEAM USA got the better of the last cross and led around the windward gate by 1 second.

Emirates Team New Zealand, however, got a split that allowed it to regain the lead at the first meeting on the ensuing downwind leg, and that meeting was the one that finally decided the race. ORACLE TEAM USA was on port tack and had to keep clear of the Kiwis, who were on starboard. ORACLE TEAM USA decided to cross behind and get to the left, but according to Ainslie they had few options.

It was pretty close on that run to the finish, said Ainslie. The situation where we were, if we jibed before Team New Zealand they wouldve been in a strong position to defend, so we elected to go behind and hope for a piece when they jibed back. Its really hard to judge that right when youre going along at almost 40 knots. We didnt do too bad a job, but it wasnt quite enough to get back into it.

The win brought a level of relief to Barker as it stemmed ORACLE TEAM USAs two race winning streak, going back to yesterday.

It was very important to bounce back after the first race; the Oracle boat sailed a great race and gave us no opportunities, said Barker. The second race was close across the first reach; they touched the water once, which gave us the lead at the mark. We felt strong at the bottom mark but they sailed a good upwind leg and were right there at the top.

Racing resumes Tuesday with Races 11 and 12, scheduled for 1:15 pm PT and 2:15 pm PT. In the U.S., the Americas Cup Finals will be broadcast live on the NBC Sports Network. Replays will be available on the Americas Cup YouTube channel.

Internationally, the Americas Cup Final can be viewed in more than 170 territories. All racing is also live on Americas Cup YouTube channel (subject to territorial restrictions).

America's Cup
San Francisco, Calif., 09/15/2013

34th Americas Cup Standings (first to 9 points wins)

    Emirates Team New Zealand 7
    ORACLE TEAM USA 1

Race 9 Performance Data

    Course: 5 Legs/10.02 nautical miles
    Elapsed Time: OTUSA 21:53, ETNZ 22:40
    Delta: OTUSA +:47
    Total distance sailed: OTUSA 11.3 NM, ETNZ 11.5 NM
    Average Speed: OTUSA 31.63 knots (36 mph), ETNZ 31.32 knots (36 mph)
    Top Speed: OTUSA 42.52 knots (49 mph), ETNZ 42.54 knots (49 mph)
    Windspeed: Average 17.6 knots, Peak 20.8 knots
    Number of Tacks/Jibes: OTUSA 8/6, ETNZ 8/8

Race 10 Performance Data

    Course: 5 Legs/10.02 nautical miles
    Elapsed Time: ETNZ 22:00, OTUSA 22:16
    Delta: ETNZ +:16
    Total distance sailed: ETNZ 11.8 NM, OTUSA 11.7 NM
    Average Speed: ETNZ 32.25 knots (37 mph), OTUSA 31.76 knots (36 mph)
    Top Speed: ETNZ 43.01 knots (49 mph), OTUSA 44.98 knots (52 mph)
    Windspeed: Average 18.3 knots, Peak 22.3 knots
    Number of Tacks/Jibes: ETNZ 7/7, OTUSA 7/7

Upcoming Americas Cup Schedule

    Monday, Sept. 16: No racing scheduled
    Tuesday, Sept. 17: Race 11 (1:15 pm PT), Race 12 (2:15 pm PT)
    Wednesday, Sept. 18: Race 13* (1:15 pm PT), Race 14* (2:15 pm PT)
    Thursday, Sept. 19: Race 15* (1:15 pm PT), Race 16* (2:15 pm PT)
    (*If necessary)


 
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Strong winds postpone Day 7 of 34th Americas Cup – 18 September 2013 - 08:30
Emirates Team New Zealand on precipice of winning 34th Americas Cup – 19 September 2013 - 08:06
ORACLE TEAM USA foils Kiwis victory plans at 34th Americas Cup – 20 September 2013 - 09:11
ORACLE TEAM USA victory in Race 13 forces 34th Americas Cup to 11th day – 21 September 2013 - 09:15
Race 14 of the 34th Americas Cup postponed to Sunday – 22 September 2013 - 08:34

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Near disaster for challenger aids defender at 34th Americas Cup – 15 September 2013 - 09:47
Emirates Team New Zealand sweeps two from ORACLE TEAM USA – 13 September 2013 - 17:33
Emirates Team New Zealand wins Race 5 of 2013 America's Cup Final – 11 September 2013 - 09:39
ORACLE TEAM USA takes Race 4, but Kiwis lead 3-0 – 09 September 2013 - 11:47
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