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  •   Home > News > Sports > Sailing

    Cup regatta director would like to only see racing on Saturday and Sunday

    Regatta director Iain Murray would like to only see racing on Saturday and Sunday this weekend in the Prada Cup but admits the schedule might not change


    American Magic's absence from round robin three and four means there will only be two competitive races between Luna Rossa and INEOS Team UK.

    Murray says there has to be unanimous agreement among the teams for the schedule to change and that hasn't happened yet.



    NEWSTALK ZB'S COVERAGE OF THE 36TH AMERICA'S CUP WITH PANASONIC - THE OFFICIAL ELECTRONICS SUPPLIER OF EMIRATES TEAM NEW ZEALAND.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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