The 33rd America’s Cup in Numbers

The second successive victory for BMW ORACLE Racing against Alinghi on Sunday 14th February 2010 marked the end of the 33rd America’s Cup in Valencia.
As an international sporting event it was without precedent in terms of the organization.
One month before Consorcio Valencia 2007 jointly with an international team of specialists staged a global event which again placed Valencia on the world stage.
The Société Nautique de Geneve delegated the land-side organization of the 33rd America’s Cup to Consorcio Valence 2007.
On 7th February the Port America' S Cup located in the Marina Real Juan Carlos I of Valencia inaugurated the 33e edition of the oldest international sporting trophy in the world in front of more than 60.000 people.
Over 10 days, more than 150 people of 10 nationalities were engaged in the smooth operation on the ground of an event which welcome over 200,000 visitors and which concluded with the ceremony of handing-over of the spectacular trophy crowned by an exceptional fireworks display.
TV
  • 39 TV channels acquired the broadcasting rights: Sky (Great Britain), Canal + (France), Teledeporte and Canal 9 (Spain), Eurosport (Europe), Show Time (the Middle East), ESPN (the USA) FOX Live (Australia), TVNZ and Sky (New Zealand).
  • 15 hours of live broadcasting to 216 territories
  • 27 hours of special programs
  • 2,160 million potential viewing audience.
INTERNET (www.americascup.com)
  • 2,800,000 visits
  • 1,200,000 unique visitors
  • 656,000 unique visitors watched the live racing direct through the official web site (this audience does not include the streaming broadcasting by 350 other Internet sites worldwide)
  • 346,000 was the record number of unique visitors, occurring on the 12 of February 16,000 Facebook fans and 13,000 followers on Twitter in the three official languages of all the communication of the Web (Spanish, English and French)
  • More than 300 articles published more in three languages on www.americascup.com

PUBLIC AT THE MARINA REAL JUAN CARLOS 1 (from the 7th to the 14th of February)
  • Global number of visitors: 201,000 between the 7th the 14th of February
  • Record: 7th of February 2007 - 60,000 people at the event inauguration
  • More than 2,000 children of Valencian schools in organized visits
  • More than 1,200 hamburgers more served
  • More 5,000 served plates of paella
  • More than 800 fondues (150 kg of cheese) served
  • More than 1,400 kilos of powder in `mascletás'
PRESS CENTRE
  • 965 Requests accreditation requests from 37 countries (Spain, France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, the United States, Great Britain, Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, the Faeroes, Finland, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Israel, Japan, Holland, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Ireland, Singapore, Slovenia, South Africa, Sweden, Turkey, Islands Vírgenes and the Ukraine)
  • More than 8,000 articles were published
  • 400 daily users connected to the Internet to the Wi-Fi network of 120 Mbs
  • 10 kilometers of optical fiber installed
  • 15 official Vehicles that have realised 13,244 kilometers in more than 700 services
  • 5 official press conferences in the conference hall
PROMOTION
  • 2,000 sq m of canvases
  • 500 banners
  • 180 bus stop advertising panels
  • 1,000 1 minute adverts of the 33rd America's Cup in the trains of the Mediterranean corridor area
  • Continuous advertising of 35 seconds in 345 buses of Valencia
  • 10,000 official programs distributed.
  • Presence in airports of Madrid and Barcelona
THE REGATA – 33rd AMERICA'S CUP
  • 2 boats: the catamaran Alinghi 5 and the trimaran the USA
  • 2 regattas: 12th of February and 14th of February 2 formats of racing: Windward/Leeward (12th of February) and triangle (14th of February)
  • 79 nautical miles of racing: 40 in the first and 39 in second
  • 24 sailors in the official crew listing: 14 on Alinghi 5, 10 in the USA
  • 2-0, the score in favor of BMW ORACLE Racing
  • 15 minutes and 25 seconds, the delta of first race, the 12 of February
  • 5 minutes and 29 seconds, the delta of second race, the 14 of February
AMERICA'S CUP
  • 33 editions of America's Cup between 1870 and 2010
  • 4 countries have defended the America's Cup: The United States, Australia, New Zealand and Switzerland
  • 28 editions defended by the United States: 1870 to 1983, 1988, 1992, 1995
  • 1 edition defended by Australia: 1987
  • 2 editions defended by New Zealand: 2000 and 2003
  • 2 editions defended by Switzerland: 2007 and 2010
  • 7 countries have reached the America's Cup Match (England, Italy, Canada, Switzerland, Australia, New Zealand and the United States)
  • 6 venues in 159 years: New York (the USA), Newport (the USA), Fremantle (AUS), San Diego (the USA), Auckland (NZL) and Valencia (ESP) 1 trophy: the America's Cup
  • 1 America's Cup
Prizegiving 33rd America's Cup - BMW ORACLE Racing - ©Pedro Armestre/AFP/33rd America's Cup
Port America's Cup - ©Eduardo Ripoll/33rd America's Cup

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