we are going sailing in the feed frenzy. Land lovers who don't know notes from knots. Knew america had no chance to win the america's cup. The team of sailing goes to the team that wins nine races... See More
we are going sailing in the feed frenzy. Land lovers who don't know notes from knots. Knew america had no chance to win the america's cup. The team of sailing goes to the team that wins nine races first. And the team from new zealand was winning 8-1 a week ago. With the early lead today. The kiwis could almost taste the champagne. Somehow, oracle team usa staged the most amazing come back. Winning seven straight in the squirrely wind of san francisco bay. And taking today's finale by 44 second. A comeback never before seen in the 162-year history of this race. While the old -- while they may be the same. The sailors who held it in the early days wouldn't recognize the boats of today, multihulled, computer tuned. Fiber carbon monsters with a net deck the size of a baseball infield. A rigid sail taller than the statue of liberty. Hard to describe how xil ratixil -- how xil rat how exhilarating it is. I got a chance to ride the oracle boat, as I chatted with the captain. There was a boom and massive shudder as we hit a seal at 35 miles an hour. Poor thing. But just a tiny taste of the danger that comes with racing, almost three times faster than the wind. As oracle tried to push the technology even further. One of the boats capsized and broke apart last october. And many thought team owner larry ellison would have to eat $100 million worth of crow. But the self-made billionaire gets the last laugh. According to cup rules gets to choose the boat, style and venue for the next america's cup in a few years. Will he push the catamaran design further in the future or reinvent the mono hull. Who knows? As the rich and wind-weathered partied on the bay tonight there is a safe bet there Announcer: The following is a
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