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34th America’s Cup – Year, new fast boat and fair Protocol rules to be unveiled
Save the date: September 13, 2010
VALENCIA, Spain (August 31, 2010) – Organizers for the 34th America’s Cup plan on
September 13 to host a press conference in Valencia to reveal three of the four cornerstones of the next competition:
The year in which it will be held
The new Class of Boat for the competition
The competition rules (The Protocol)
The objective for the 34th America’s Cup has been to create the fairest-ever competition,
sustainable to teams and their partners with transformed racing to attract the widest possible audience for an event planned for either 2013 or 2014.
A new, dynamic and exciting class of boat will be revealed.
The year of the 34th America’s Cup will also be confirmed.
Negotiations over the host city venue – the fourth cornerstone – continue, but organizers are confident of making an announcement ahead of the December 31 objective.
The Protocol is now finalized and will be formally signed by the defending Golden Gate
Yacht Club and the Challenger of Record, Club Nautico di Roma, in a live- streamed ceremony on the official America’s Cup web site www.AmericasCup.com.
Media can participate in person in Valencia, remotely via Twitter or email questions in advance or during the press conference (firstname.lastname@example.org).
WHAT: 34th America’s Cup Press Conference
WHY: 34th America’s Cup year, Protocol and new class of boat announced
WHEN: September 13, 2010
TIME: 1300 CET
WHERE: BMW ORACLE Racing Team Base, Port America’s Cup, Valencia, Spain
WHO: Russell Coutts (CEO BMW ORACLE Racing Team)
Vincenzo Onorato (syndicate head of Challenger of Record, Mascalzone Latino)