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Olympian and AC vet Craig Monk (NZL) sizes-up the AC competition

Thursday, May 25, 2017

QUOTE-UNQUOTE: “I think Oracle are three years ahead of the rest. They arrived in Bermuda early, and they only have to focus on winning the America’s Cup. They’ve already proven that when it gets tough, they will grind it out. But they are going out of their way to talk their advantage down.”Craig Monk (NZL), Olympian and former AC winning crew member, in an illuminating interview with our longtime friend and veteran Cup reporter with the New Zealand Herald, Suzanne McFadden, who is now writing for the new Kiwi website The article is headlined, "An old hand sizes-up Team New Zealand’s rivals," and you can read it on here.


AC vet and winning crew, Craig Monk (NZL), says ORACLE TEAM USA is "three years ahead of the rest" and is talking down their large advantage. Photo: Ricardo Pinto, ACEA.






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