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Ken Read’s predictions for the 35th America’s Cup

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The fastest boat will win the America's Cup

Bermuda will host the 35th America’s Cup from May 26 to June 27, with six top teams battling it out to win sport’s oldest prize. As the first race looms, we ask Ken Read, ACTV commentator, president of North Sails and two-time America’s Cup helmsman, to give his predictions…

Much has been made of crew fitness, but all the crews will work hard enough that eventually they will even each other out. In many respects, they are working with decisions made weeks, months and even years prior — whether that was in the design room or in the workshop. It’s been said before, but it’s still true: the fastest boat always wins!

Photo: Austin Wong / ACEA

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