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Who won? Probably Spithill followed by Ainslie. Who lost? The stars of the ETNZ team. (we are talking about all that matters in the AC, salaries?)

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8 hours ago, chesirecat said:

Three Italian billionaires and Spithill if LR sign him up

I heard he has just jumped through the final hoop for his US citizenship and is likely to be on a US team.

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5 hours ago, Team_GBR said:

I heard he has just jumped through the final hoop for his US citizenship and is likely to be on a US team.

Wouldn't surprise me if you heard correctly.

Is it legal in both countries, AUS and USA, to hold dual passports? edit, yes it's legal; and you must use one or the other when entering and departing that country if you have both

https://au.usembassy.gov/u-s-citizen-services/citizenship-services/dual-nationality/

Also,

"Prior to 4 April 2002, Australian citizens who became citizens of another country lost their Australian citizenship automatically."

https://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Citi/Curr/Dual-citizenship#

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4 hours ago, ~Stingray~ said:

Wouldn't surprise me if you heard correctly.

Is it legal in both countries, AUS and USA, to hold dual passports? edit, yes it's legal; and you must use one or the other when entering and departing that country if you have both

https://au.usembassy.gov/u-s-citizen-services/citizenship-services/dual-nationality/

Also,

"Prior to 4 April 2002, Australian citizens who became citizens of another country lost their Australian citizenship automatically."

https://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Citi/Curr/Dual-citizenship#

Up until about 150 years ago the only way to attain Australian citizenship was to have you previous citizenship stripped from you. 

So this is a big step forward. 

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1 hour ago, jaysper said:

Up until about 150 years ago the only way to attain Australian citizenship was to have you previous citizenship stripped from you. 

So this is a big step forward. 

Funny! :)

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