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Starting on Friday 26th May, BT Sport will be showing 23 days of exclusively live coverage from Bermuda until the finale on Tuesday 27th June.
Award winning TV presenter Clare Balding and sailing legend Shirley Robertson and Stevie Morrison will present the coverage of the team’s challenge to bring the Cup home in Bermuda.
Below Georgie Ainslie presents Inside Track which went live a few hours ago from the Land Rover BAR team in Bermuda.
Absolutely anyone can watch the action right here on BTSport.com by following the banner below at any of the broadcast times listed in the table further down this page.
The BT Sport app will also carry free America’s Cup live streaming, with Freeview (channel 115) and Virgin Media (channel 548) customers able to tune in on TV on BT Sport Showcase HD.
Sport 24’s coverage will also include qualifying stages leading up to the finale, including the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Qualifiers (26 May – 3 June), the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Challenger Playoff Semi-Finals (4 – 8 June), and the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Challenger Playoff Finals (10 – 12 June).
Richard Wise, Senior Vice President, Media Rights & Distribution, IMG said: “With its rich history, global fan base and promise of thrilling action from Bermuda’s Great Sound, the America’s Cup is a fantastic addition to our portfolio of major live sporting properties. We are excited to bring the 35th milestone installment of this famous event to fans on cruise ships and airlines for the first time.”
Dan Barnett, Chief Commercial Officer of the America’s Cup said: “We are delighted that we have added Sport 24 to our impressive roster of broadcast partners and are sure that viewers of their channel will be glued to the action this summer. There will be thousands of people travelling to Bermuda on cruise ships and by plane, so this agreement is particularly relevant for the 35th America’s Cup.”