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Team NewZealand 2017 America cup winner scale 1:25 model - free shipping nationwide

Team New Zealand America cup 2017 winner AC50 - Free shipping nationwide Scale 1:25.

Team New Zealand America cup 2017 winner AC50 - Free shipping nationwide Scale 1:25.

 

Team

New Zealand

Year

2017

Scale

1:25

Height

90 cm

Length

60 cm

Width

35 cm

 (Note: not a desk model Scale 1:100)

 

 

 

 

The America’s Cup is the world’s oldest sporting trophy, first contested in 1851 when the schooner America crossed the Atlantic and beat 15 British yachts.

The 2017 America's Cup course was on the Great Sound in Bermuda, the venue at the Royal Naval Dockyard.

 

In January 2014, Emirates Team New Zealand announced the signing of 2013 49er World and European Champions and 2012 Olympic Silver Medalists, Peter Burling and Blair Tuke. CEO Grant Dalton first said that the team would campaign two AC45's in future America's Cup World Series.

 

On 25 June 2014 Team New Zealand confirmed their intention to challenge, as they had gained sufficient private financial backing to need no further government assistance.

 

In the challenger series, Team New Zealand finished second in the round-robin stages behind America's Cup holders Oracle Team USA – the first time a Cup defender had participated in a challenger series. As the leading challenger, they chose to face Land Rover BAR in the first playoff round. Despite suffering a capsize in race 4, the outcome of the series was a 5-2 series victory for Team New Zealand.[20] In the finals match against Artemis Racing, Team New Zealand secured a second 5-2 series win, and therefore progressed to the America's Cup series against Oracle Team USA.

 

Having won the challenger series, Oracle Team USA was able to impose a penalty point on the eventual challenger for the 35th America's Cup. Therefore, Team New Zealand started the 35th America's Cup racing with minus one point and would need to win eight races in order to get the 7 points needed to win the America's Cup. After five days of racing, which included nine races, Team New Zealand beat Oracle Team USA by eight races to one, or by 7 points to 1, and thereby won the Cup.

 

Team New Zealand America cup 2017 winner AC50 - Free shipping nationwide Scale 1:25.

 

Team

New Zealand

Year

2017

Scale

1:25

Height

90 cm

Length

60 cm

Width

35 cm

 (Note: not a desk model Scale 1:100)

 

 

 

 

The America’s Cup is the world’s oldest sporting trophy, first contested in 1851 when the schooner America crossed the Atlantic and beat 15 British yachts.

The 2017 America's Cup course was on the Great Sound in Bermuda, the venue at the Royal Naval Dockyard.

 

In January 2014, Emirates Team New Zealand announced the signing of 2013 49er World and European Champions and 2012 Olympic Silver Medalists, Peter Burling and Blair Tuke. CEO Grant Dalton first said that the team would campaign two AC45's in future America's Cup World Series.

 

On 25 June 2014 Team New Zealand confirmed their intention to challenge, as they had gained sufficient private financial backing to need no further government assistance.

 

In the challenger series, Team New Zealand finished second in the round-robin stages behind America's Cup holders Oracle Team USA – the first time a Cup defender had participated in a challenger series. As the leading challenger, they chose to face Land Rover BAR in the first playoff round. Despite suffering a capsize in race 4, the outcome of the series was a 5-2 series victory for Team New Zealand.[20] In the finals match against Artemis Racing, Team New Zealand secured a second 5-2 series win, and therefore progressed to the America's Cup series against Oracle Team USA.

 

Having won the challenger series, Oracle Team USA was able to impose a penalty point on the eventual challenger for the 35th America's Cup. Therefore, Team New Zealand started the 35th America's Cup racing with minus one point and would need to win eight races in order to get the 7 points needed to win the America's Cup. After five days of racing, which included nine races, Team New Zealand beat Oracle Team USA by eight races to one, or by 7 points to 1, and thereby won the Cup.

 

Region Auckland