The 170-year story of the Americas Cup is one of intrigue and innovation. It's regarded as the pinnacle of sailing, and the 36th Cup, the buildup to which starts in Auckland at the end of 2020, is no different. A new generation of radical 75-foot foiling monohulls has hit the water, but no-one knows what to expect until the starting gun fires.
With speeds of up to 50kts expected and boats flying around the race course, margins for error are non-existent. That's why teams including INEOS Team UK and Emirates Team New Zealand have chosen B&G technology to keep them up to speed on the real-time conditions on board.
B&G has been involved in Americas Cup campaigns for decades, helping the sailors, designers and shore teams to monitor and analyse performance, with one goal in mind: winning the oldest trophy in sport.