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  •   Home > News > Sports > Sailing

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    The Black Foils are "king of the hill", "top of the heap" and "A-number one" after winning the latest Sail GP event under the gaze of the Statue of Liberty.

    They have beaten Canada and Britain in the regatta decider.

    Skipper Peter Burling describes their ascendancy against the odds.



    New Zealand lead the series on 93 points, 15 clear of Australia, guaranteeing them a spot in the final next month at San Francisco.

    © 2024 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

     Other Sailing News
     15 Jul: The Black Foils have placed third in race four of the season-ending Sail GP event in San Fransisco
     14 Jul: New Zealand's SailGP team has had an important learning day in challenging conditions on Day One of the season-ending regatta
     14 Jul: New Zealand have finished third in SailGP's winner-takes-all finale
     14 Jul: New Zealand are preparing to race the Sail GP final in San Francisco shortly
     14 Jul: The Black Foils are hedging their bets on a showdown with three-time champions Australia in tomorrow morning's winner-take-all Sail GP finale in San Francisco
     13 Jul: Kiwi wing trimmer Blair Tuke has revealed that planning the optimal build-up for the big SailGP finale has been tricky
     13 Jul: The Black Foils are trying to keep things on an even keel ahead of this weekend's SailGP final in San Francisco
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