The fastest boat is the one that wins the America’s Cup “. Immediately completed work. Emirates Team New Zealand takes advantage of first opportunity available to punish America’s Cup And has rekindled the era of hundred Guinness. AC75 ‘Te Rahutai’ defeated Luna Rossa this Wednesday with a final score of 7-3, Continues to prove that he is the lord and master of Haraki Bay. After a few days of competition that had tremendous resemblance, Emirates Team New Zealand started flying and canceled Luna Rossa. Five consecutive wins have helped them to win the title by defeating them 3–2.. It continues its hegemony because Copa lifts America for the fourth time in its history (1995, 2000, 2017 and 2021).
Hawa, due to its absence and instability, was once again the main character on the beginning of the day on Wednesday as the start was delayed by 30 minutes. Once it was verified that 10 knots were going to be normal, Emirates team New Zealand and Luna Rossa appeared. The Italians signed a great departure, but the New Zealanders did not want to leave anything to chance. He sailed two knots faster than his opponent and most of the time to the right of the field. It was enough to pass through the first door with seven seconds to his side. The Italians, with the passage of the gates, were losing strength and poor decisions in some exclusion classes left them with no options. There was already a 37 second lead at the fourth gate and a triumphant ride to the achievement of a hundred Guinness Czar by the New Zealanders at the end. Wednesday’s race was won by a margin of 46 seconds.
It signifies the 36th America’s Cup ‘Defenders’ should always be considered favorites to win the title as they have fallen only seven times in 170 years. In this edition, Emirates Team New Zealand has shown its superiority, although Luna Rossa could make history as she has done so A seventh ‘challenger’ capable of scoring three or more points in this competition. Emirates team New Zealand’s heelsman Peter Burling just got his second Hundred Guinness jug at the age of 30 and once again ensured New Zealand as a powerhouse. In addition to re-invalidating the title, it has been present in five of the last six editions.