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  1. Halidon

    Emirates Team New Zealand.

    She seems to be foiling much closer to the wave tops lately, like Defiant. Even got the bottom wet a few times.
  2. Halidon

    American Magic - NYYC

    Godspeed, B2, here's hoping this is not the only time you fly.
  3. Halidon

    Team NYYC

    Staying up on foil through turns, good acceleration
  4. Halidon

    INEOS Team GB

    Man, I'm still sad about the YA boats going banana. They seemed like such sexy beasts when they rolled out.
  5. Halidon

    Team NYYC

    Hard to judge the drag race, but that first turn they both make in the top video is quite good stuff. Without counting frames, Big D's rate of turn and acceleration didn't look "uncompetitive " compared to Little T
  6. Halidon

    Stars and Stripes Team USA is gone

    Maybe the assumption/hope is that, in the somewhat unlikely event that S+S wins out and gets to the Match, they'd take one of NYYC's boats in, à la Connor going into the '95 Match with USA-36?
  7. Halidon

    Two sailors and dogs rescued after 5 months

    Sorry to everyone hoping for a greater conspiracy but some people really are this dumb. And I'm not just saying that because I wanted a guy try to hammer screws into OSB multiple times on "Canada's Worst Handyman" last night. There are some dumb people on this rock.
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    Team NYYC

    Franck Cammas was pining for multis in the NZHerald article, and there seems to be plenty of multi interest outside the AC. Maybe the mutlis weren't the part of the C/E years that created the problems for people who wanted to compete...
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    Team NYYC

    I've been a QR and NYYC fan for a good while, and I'll give this new arrangement a shot to be the American Challenger I want. But if they come out wearing red baseball caps and Betsy is swinging the champagne bottles, it's gonna be real hard to get behind them.