Japan to break 17-year drought with 2017 America's Cup challenge

Japan will campaign for the America’s Cup for the first time in 17 years in May. Team Japan general manager, Kazuhiko Sofuku, said the race in Bermuda was an important opportunity to showcase his nation’s sailing legacy. “It is a great challenge to show …
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