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In Topic: ADM Suit Moves Forward

Today, 05:03 AM

Explaining the Challenger of Record Concept
 
Published on July 30, 2014 by shoplifter 
 
Interest in the America’s Cup grew rapidly during the 1960’s, with multiple foreign clubs expressing their desire to challenge. A casual agreement on who might challenge, and in what order, was adopted but proved to be awkward in practice, so when multiple challenges were received for 1970, rather than select one yacht club to compete as challenger in the match, by mutual agreement it was established that several prospective challenger candidates could compete against each other for the right to sail in the America’s Cup match against the Defender.
 
This was the first time that candidates from multiple countries vied against each other on the water for the chance to challenge. It was hoped that having several challenger candidate race in a competitive selection process would help improve challenger performance, much as the New York YC’s standard practice of defender trials had done historically.
 
The Challenger of Record (COR) arrangement, as it has come to be termed, allows one foreign YC to challenge (becoming the initial COR), that Club agreeing to the terms of the match with the defender and subsequently allowing the winner of the challenger selection series to step into the place of the COR. Prior to 1983, the challengers conducted the challenger selection regatta under their own management and at their own cost. Starting in 1983, Louis Vuitton sponsored the challenger selection, awarding the Louis Vuitton Cup to the ultimately selected challenger. Technically, the eventual winner of the challenger selection process becomes the final Challenger of Record, and win or lose in the match, goes down in history as the Challenger for that America’s Cup match.
 
Since 1970 there have been 13 matches with multiple challengers, with 12 teams serving as the initial COR. Including the upcoming 35th Defense of the America’s Cup scheduled for 2017, the initial COR has resigned four times; three times also withdrawing from competition (1974, 2013, and 2017); one time remaining a competitor (1992).

In Topic: ADM Suit Moves Forward

Today, 05:02 AM

MSP must be a Blackfoot Indian...

:lol:


In Topic: Team NZ not part of Joint Statement

Today, 12:30 AM

Veitchy getting a bit carried away
 
 
Veitchy on Sport
3 hrs · 
Have a look at this guys from the world's leading Sailing website .. It does not paint a very nice picture of Russell Coutts.
 
 

 HUSSELVISION not russelvision 

 

he has same common denominator with ggyc /ehman /evilsin= greed -scam corruption


In Topic: Competitor Meeting Called

Yesterday, 11:44 PM

 

Ok....so AC 35 is now a resort development promo deal.   And the London meeting was to get the four leg humping poodles to agree to run AC 36 in Bermuda too.

 

 

Yeah because no one else has ever used the America's Cup to help spur development.

 

americascup.jpg

 

Other than the commonality of AC 32 and AC 35 being held in countries other than the home of the Defending club, yeah, sure, no reason on earth for San Francisco based Golden Gate YC to not serve as the promotional partner for a private resort in a different country.

 

Maybe they can toss in a casino, add internet gambling on the races, and it will be a big earner for Russell.

:lol:


In Topic: Iain Murray to lead Australian team

Yesterday, 02:01 AM

/\ so little pete 

 

you think your idea is right because ? 

 

what I posted are from official documents =binding -

 

where is your proof or evidence? right you dont have any  :rolleyes:

 

only your IDEAS- 

 

you think your IDEAS supersede a FACO  or binding  agreements ?  

 

:lol: