It has been quite a journey for Finn Henry from the North Ground to yachting’s biggest race.
Emirates Team New Zealand helmsman Peter Burling waves to the crowds lining Auckland’s Viaduct Harbour after his team’s boat, Te Rehutai, powered to two wins in the America’s Cup yesterday.
For anyone wanting more excitement from the America's Cup match, Team New Zealand provided it on the fourth day of the regatta.
Getting a jump at the start proved decisive in the opening races of the 36th America's Cup but Friday's second day of action could see more see-sawing battles between Team New Zealand and Luna Rossa.
Men's 49er sailors Peter Burling and Blair Tuke have been awarded the Lonsdale Cup for 2020 following a dominant performance to retain their World Championship title.
American Magic were sailing towards their first win of the America's Cup Challenger Selection Series when disaster struck on the Hauraki Gulf.
American Magic struggled while Team UK continued their winning ways in shifty wind conditions on the second day of sailing in the America's Cup Challenger Selection Series in Auckland.
A copyright stoush over the right to graphics used in America’s Cup coverage has taken another turn today.
Sir Russell Coutts’ sailing interests have warned Sir Ian Taylor’s Animation Research of High Court action alleging breach of copyright over use of graphics.
The Otago Yacht Club’s sailing school has been revitalised by the arrival of a former Olympic coach, his Olympic gold-medallist wife and six new Open Skiffs.
A probe into the funding of Team New Zealand and the America's Cup has been released and found "no evidence of financial impropriety or misappropriation of funds".
The Port Chalmers Yacht Club is hosting the Noelex 22 and Ross 780 national championships this weekend.
Peter Burling and Blair Tuke have moved past a hairy moment, wild conditions, and some feisty Germans to claim a fifth 49er sailing world championships in Auckland.
The new era of the America's Cup is now more than simulations and plans, with Team New Zealand's first AC75 vessel launched for the world to see.
Peter Burling and Blair Tuke knew they had essentially claimed gold at the Olympic test event in Enoshima moments after the start of today's 49er medal race.
Otago Boys' High School duo Jack Densem (yellow top) and Jarvis Cross (both 17) on the start line of the South Island secondary schools Sunburst championships on Otago Harbour yesterday.