The next edition of the US Cup will take place in New Zealand. The team that owns the Old Pitcher has not reached a financial agreement with the New Zealand national government (suggested to be worth around 60 60 million) so The Kiwis have decided to move away from friendly waters in Auckland to defend the prestigious Sailing Trophy. This is a huge blow to the whole country, because we are talking with national sports, rugby, the driving force behind the entire economy, especially after the repercussions of the pandemic. The warship at sea will be asked to hunt a fifth seal far from its beloved homeland and the Gulf of Harare, where they have proven practically undefeated under “normal” conditions.
The America Cup, the next edition will not be in New Zealand. Controversy and financial problems
The partnership, led by Grant Dalton, was given the green light to begin negotiations with other parties To define next September 17th when the US Cup takes place. All fans wonder what are the potential venues to host the world’s oldest sporting event, which ensures significant revenue from an economic point of view and for the most diverse partners (media, tourists, sponsors first and foremost a strong attraction range, etc.). Over the past three months, after Peter Burling and his team were able to lift 100 Guinea Cup skies by defeating Luna Rosa in an exciting final, the most different voices have followed each other, but now Several important options seem to have arrived, Multiple New Zealand and British sources also reported.
It seems to be the primary choice Isle of White (Great Britain) It all started in 1851 (America defeated home schools and started a myth). This would also be a preferred solution Inios U.K., The Challenger of Record who has not commented for a few weeks. For Ben Einsley’s troupe it would be costly to be able to compete at home, and it would prove to be an achievement, a strange situation in the history of this event, where the keeper prioritizes water as a control. Other possibilities are blinking Middle East with Oman, United Arab Emirates (Dubai exclusively) and Saudi Arabia At the forefront. We always talk about options that have only one real reason: money.
The figures for racing in these places are naturally substantial: if Jim Ratcliffe, the owner of the Enios and one of the richest men in the United Kingdom, had a hand in the UK, obviously the financial institutions in the Middle East would be their powerful shakes. However, pay attention to the concept China (But it seems difficult) and very few argued Valencia (Spain), defending the Swiss Alingi Trophy in 2007 and 2010. In the last hours, Reported by Irish Examiner, A US Cup technical team will visit Cork (Ireland)So this is also a very concrete option.