America’s Cup: Luna Rossa still tied with Team NZ

(ANSA) – ROME, MAR 12 – Italy’s Luna Rossa remained tied with
holders Team New Zealand at the end of the second day of
competition for the 36th America’s Cup.
    As on the first day, Friday’s races were decided by who made the
better start.
    Luna Rossa won Friday’s opener, race 3, by 37 seconds, making a
piece of sailing history in the process.
    It is the first time that an Italian team has won two regattas
in an America’s Cup final.
    But the hosts hit back straight away in the waters of Auckland,
meaning the teams are tied 2-2.
    “It was a good day for both,” said Luna Rossa helmsman James
Spithill.
    “We’ll see what happens Saturday”. (ANSA).
   

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