An episode like the one that The Cup Newspaper did with Checco Bruni, Paul Cayard and Francesco De Angelis is one to remember and to review for a long time. Three sailors who, if we go to add up the trophies won by each of them, would need the showcases of several yacht clubs to accommodate their cups.
But above all, the three sailors who brought Italy to the America’s Cup: Cayard in 1992 with the Moro di Venezia, De Angelis in 2000 with the first Luna Rossa, Checco Bruni today with the new Luna.
In between are several world titles in several of the most competitive sailing classes around, several Olympic participations, in short, three giants of world sailing who in one way or another have given a lot to Italian sailing and will continue to do so.
If you missed this episode where we straddled the past and present of the America’s Cup here is how to review it, from the player below. And if you want to stay up-to-date on what is happening in Auckland in the run-up to the America’s Cup final, we’ll see you on March 2 at 1 p.m. The Cup Newspaper will be on TG to report with Elio Somaschini on some of Team New Zealand’s secrets.
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