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Second overall after Day 2 at Singapore

Emirates Team New Zealand has advanced to second overall in the Extreme Sailing Series Singapore regatta. After two days of...

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Barker and crew off to a good start

Emirates Team New Zealand finished the first day of the Extreme Sailing Singapore regatta fourth overall. With two wins in...

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Practice at Singapore Extreme 40 regatta

Emirates Team New Zealand Extreme 40 crew spent time on the water yesterday – a morning session to work on crew work and...

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From the A Class worlds to Extreme 40 regatta

From the A Class worlds to the cauldron of the Extreme Sailing Series in Singapore, Glenn Ashby has no time to...

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1,2,3,5 – ETNZ at the A Class worlds

Glenn Ashby on the way to victory By Duncan...

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Ashby well ahead with one race to go

It’s all in the preparation … Peter Burling and Glenn Ashby set up for...

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Ashby bounces back from boat damage

Blair Tuke … second overall after six races Emirates Team New Zealand wing trimmer Glenn...

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First four places go to ETNZ sailing team

Peter Burling on the charge in A Class world champs Emirates Team New Zealand dominated the first...

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Team takes on strong fleet in A Class worlds

From left: Ray Davies, Chris Nicholson, Peter Burling, Glenn Ashby and Blair Tuke.

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Sailing team back on Extreme 40 circuit

Extreme 40 action in 2011. Emirates Team New Zealand will return to the Extreme 40 circuit this...

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Young champs signed for the sailing team

Emirates Team New Zealand announced today that it had signed Olympic 49er silver medalists Peter Burling and Blair Tuke. The...

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Government approves bridging funding

Emirates Team New Zealand today welcomed an interim Government investment of $5 million towards the team’s challenge for...

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Team and supporters in emotional face-to-face

A remarkable end to a remarkable challenge for the America’s Cup. Emirates Team New Zealand meets a few thousand of their...

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America’s Cup stays in San Francisco

The America’s Cup will stay in  San Francisco. Oracle won the final race today. Emirates Team New Zealand started...

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Scoreboard’s now even – tomorrow is the day

Tomorrow is the day. The last day of the 34th America’s Cup. After 18 races the two teams are on eight points and tomorrow...

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