Team New Zealand has won the America's Cup for the third time, with an emphatic victory over Oracle Team USA. Look back at the turning points along the Kiwis' path to victory - including the dramatic capsize in the semifinals.
Look back at RNZ's live coverage of the winning race and reaction here.
Louis Vuitton America's Cup qualifiers
- 'Round Robin' 1 & 2: Team New Zealand wins all of its races except against Oracle, which came out on top in both clashes.
Challenger playoffs: semifinal series
- Team New Zealand beats the Land Rover BAR team from Great Britain 5-2.
- The Kiwis were just through the start line in the fourth race against the Brits when their boat Aotearoa rose high up onto its foils and then spectacularly nose-dived into the water. Some of the crew were thrown from the vessel and the boat was damaged, giving their rivals the race.
- Thankfully, high winds caused racing to be called off the following day, allowing Team New Zealand's ground crew time to make repairs.
Challenger playoffs: final series
- Team New Zealand comfortably beats the Swedish Artemis team 5-2 to take out the challenger final series.
- RNZ correspondent in Bermuda Todd Niall says Team New Zealand's mastery over Artemis - the only team that had beaten Oracle - showed it had what was needed to beat the Americans.
The 35th America's Cup
- Oracle starts the series with a one-point advantage under new rules, having scored a bonus point by winning the opening challenger round.
- Team New Zealand beats Oracle in the first day's racing, taking back the bonus point and putting itself one up.
- RNZ's Todd Niall says it was in that first day of racing that it became apparent just how much faster and better organised the New Zealanders were compared to the defenders.
- After the race, a more sombre Oracle helmsman Jimmy Spithill appeared to answer media questions after spending much of the regatta winding up the New Zealand reporters.
- Both boats spend their five days off refining their technology and technique - although Oracle is more busy out on the water - after Team New Zealand takes a 3-0 lead.
- Oracle claims its first win since the qualifiers, beating the challengers by 11 seconds in the sixth race.
- After developing a reputation over the challenger series of being poor at pre-starts, Burling dominates in both races on Monday, taking Team New Zealand to a 6-1 lead, one shy of the clincher needed to take their third America's Cup.
- Spithill offers to give up the helm after admitting his team made mistakes.
- Team New Zealand comfortably claims the match point it needs the following day to win 7-1 and bring the Auld Mug home after 14 years away.