Ineos Team UK progressed into the Prada Cup final with a thrilling win over Luna Rossa yesterday, and plenty of plaudits - and a drop of controversy - has followed.
Here's all you need to know from today's news.
How Ineos turned it around
This time four weeks ago the Ineos Team UK campaign looked in tatters.
They had endured a miserable America's Cup World Series – plagued by gear failure and countless issues – and appeared to be a lame duck challenge.
But they have completed a stunning comeback, and are now favourites for the Prada Cup.
Meanwhile, the British media are starting to wake up to the fact they could have a contender to win the America's Cup.
The one surprise bigger than Ineos' comeback
While all the attention has gone to Ineos Team UK's stunning comeback in the Prada Cup, a bigger surprise has unfolded during the racing that has defied all predictions, writes Mark Orams.
Were Luna Rossa robbed?
Luna Rossa could have been racing for progression into the Prada Cup final today if not for one call by the referees.
Yesterday's thrilling race against Ineos came down to the final cross of the race and a refereeing decision Luna Rossa co-helmsman Jimmy Spithill believes was wrong.
Luna Rossa protested the proximity at which their counterparts crossed in front of them, as the race rules state the vessels have a safety zone around them to avoid collisions, and a penalty is awarded if that safe zone is breached.
As the protest button was pushed, it was clear Luna Rossa felt it warranted a penalty, and speaking on the broadcast after the race, Spithill questioned the decision.
How Ineos could be disqualified
Sir Ben Ainslie has suggested it is time for America's Cup syndicates to "put up or shut up" when it comes to filing complaints about their competitors' vessels.
Ainslie's Ineos Team UK were stung with a complaint of non-compliance after the first weekend of Prada Cup racing by a fellow competitor. The complaint was upheld and the British syndicate were issued with a 'strike'.
Should they receive another, they will be disqualified from an upcoming race.
Beyond the Cup
On the latest episode of Beyond the Cup, Matt Brown and Mark Orams discuss Ineos Team UK's stunning win.
Catch the episode in your video player above.
Heading into the Cup racing?
• Give yourself plenty of time and think about catching a ferry, train or bus to watch the Cup.
• Make sure your AT HOP card is in your pocket. It's the best way to ride.
• Don't forget to scan QR codes with the NZ COVID Tracer app when on public transport and entering the America's Cup Village.
• For more ways to enjoy race day, visit at.govt.nz/americascup.