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Cup Teams on the Learning Curve

AC50s will keep on getting faster throughout the America's Cup...


Remember how much faster Oracle Team USA got during the 2013 America's Cup? The Defender's AC72 was barely foiling upwind at the start of the event, doing about 20 knots. By the time they won the Cup they were touching 30 knots upwind. The fastest boat at the start of the competition won't necessarily be the one that wins a month later. It's all about keeping that learning curve steep, never accepting today's progress as the final word. Whether you're a Cup competitor or a humble club racer, there's always more you can do to step up your performance. To get a taster of what we can do to help you improve your own racing skills...
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