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AMERICA'S CUP TRIVIA

In 1851, the New York Yacht Club and its schooner America took home from England an ornate silver trophy that became known as the America’s Cup. Since then, the prized Cup has changed hands just three times. The next defense, the 30th, is set for the year 2000 in Auckland, New Zealand. Follow these links to relive the fascinating saga of the oft-times controversial competition for sailing’s most sought-after trophy.


1851-1881

1958-1964

1885-1895

1967-1977

1899-1920

1980-1988

1930-1937

1992-2000

 

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