Team NZ and U.S. to fight for America's Cup

Luke Parkinson rear takes over on the wheel of Sweden's Artemis Racing after skipper Nathan Outteridge was lost overboard

Luke Parkinson rear takes over on the wheel of Sweden's Artemis Racing after skipper Nathan Outteridge was lost overboard

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UPADTED: 7.30AM: Racing in the America's Cup Challenge has restarted after winds dropped leaving Emirates Team New Zealand and Sweden's Artemis drifting in the water.

Dedicating the Louis Vuitton win to the Emirates Team New Zealand shore crew, Burling praised the massive effort they'd made to fix and prepare the boat. Grinder-trimmer Blair Tuke, who teamed with Burling to win Olympic gold and silver medals, popped the cork and sprayed his mates.

In this photo provided by the America's Cup Event Authority, Emirates Team New Zealand, right, competes against Sweden's Artemis Racing on the third day of the best-of-nine America's Cup challenger finals on Bermuda's Great Sound, Monday, June 12, 2017.

There were celebrations aboard the New Zealand catamaran after they crossed the line almost a minute ahead of the Swedish boat after an earlier race had to be abandoned when the wind dropped away and left both teams drifting. The caveat is if one of these two teams had previously won the Qualifiers (first stage), the opposing team will begin this Match with a one point disadvantage (ie, minus 1), meaning they will need to win eight races while the advantaged team must win seven races.

"It's all the little things we've been working on", noted Burling regarding his team's performance.

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After what seems like the 100th poor start from Peter Burling in this qualification series, Team New Zealand again had to find a way to claw themselves back into the contest. We've gone through a lot of adversity with the things like the capsize and some tough races here and there.

"I think we definitely owe a few supporters a few beers or something like that", Burling said.

"From the racing we've had against Oracle already, they've been really close". Peter Burling's Emirates Team New Zealand had a strong leeward position off the starting line and held Nathan Outteridge up above the line to mark one, to lead around for the first time in the series.

Owen Siese believes Team BDA have no reason to fear any of their rivals and insists they are capable of winning the Red Bull Youth America's Cup. Burling said he thought he could lay through the final gate and then gybe to the finish, but he misjudged it and had to make an extra maneuver, slowing the boat.

Team New Zealand had just pulled ahead of Artemis when Outteridge took a swim.

Outteridge slipped while moving across his high-tech catamaran as it went through a high-speed manoeuvre in Bermuda's Great Sound on Saturday and shot off the back of the boat.

“We wanted to start really consistently and get some good results on the board, and we managed to do that, ” Mackenzie Cooper, the Team BDA skipper, said. It rebounded from a 3-1 deficit to win four straight races against SoftBankTeam Japan to win its challenger semifinal, but too many unforced errors cost it against the Kiwis.