Sailing Team: New York Yacht Club American Magic for America’s Cup

New York, N.Y. – New York Yacht Club American Magic, the U.S. sailing team challenging for the 36th America’s Cup has announced an initial roster of 17 sailors who will train and compete with the team. The accomplished group includes nine Americans and sailors from four other nations. The 36th…

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Stanford grad Muller named to America’s Cup challenge team

Recent Stanford grad Luke Muller was named to the U.S. sailing team challenging for the 36th America’s Cup as announced by the New York Yacht Club American Magic. Muller is Stanford’s first America’s Cup sailor since Malin Burnham ’49. Muller, who was a four-year letterwinner from 2014-18 and won three…

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Sir Ben Ainslie hires Australian America’s Cup aces

Ineos Team Uk GC 32

Sir Ben Ainslie has signed two veteran America’s Cup sailors from Australia to bolster his crew in the leadup to Auckland 2021. Ainslie’s Ineos Team UK has cannibalised Oracle Team USA and Artemis Racing, two syndicates who are sitting out the next cycle of the America’s Cup. Joey Newton, who…

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America’s Cup activity returns home

America's cup Bella Mente activity ingeneering

New York Yacht Club American Magic (“American Magic”), the U.S. sailing team challenging for the 36th America’s Cup, will have a dedicated construction facility and build a pair of state-of-the-art racing boats in Bristol, Rhode Island. The return of America’s Cup activity to Rhode Island shores is expected to strengthen…

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