Read Ben's The Telegraph column - 'America's Cup World Series: We showed we have a winning team'
Despite Ainslie's disappointment, he also admits that organisers were right to cancel Sunday's event
No racing today at Louis Vuitton America's Cup World Series Portsmouth, gale force winds meant Super Sunday was cancelled. But a great result on the water yesterday meant Ben & the team at Land Rover BAR took the trophy home. It was fantastic to have Their Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge support the team in Portsmouth. A great first step to #BringTheCupHome
Fantastic conditions today for racing, two solid results by Ben and the Land Rover BAR team to put them top of the leaderboard after two races. Speaking onshore after racing Ben said, "I couldn’t ask for anything better, fantastic conditions, so many people coming out to support the team, it’s just brilliant.”
Two practice races today in shifty, gusty and all-round demanding conditions, great work by Ben and the crew today as they delivered a race win and a third place. Tomorrow starts with the Land Rover BAR live show from the Flight Deck at 11 (UTC+1), and racing begins at 1.15pm (UTC+1). Watch today's live show's here: http://bit.ly/ACWSPortsmouth
Ben and the Land Rover Ben Ainslie Racing team had a fantastic first day at the America's Cup World Series Portsmouth. Today was the Parade of Sail and Official opening ceremony, tomorrow it is practice racing ahead of the main event over the weekend, who's coming down to watch the racing? #bringTheCupHome
Ben will be catching up with old friends from the world of sailing, as sailing stars and America's Cup teams will be coming together for a special gala fundraising dinner this evening to remember Andrew 'Bart' Simpson. Join in with the evening's fundraising for the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation by bidding against the guests in the room using their online silent auction which is live at http://dev.assf-charityauction.com/. Check out Lot 21 - where you can bid to spend a week with the Land Rover BAR team. Good luck!iBid Lite
"There are five men on the high side of the boat, ripped like boxers and kitted out like stormtroopers. They’re leaning back, feet tucked under a webbing strap, 10ft above the Solent on the edge of a catamaran that can sail three times faster than the wind...” Read Giles Whittell’s behind the scenes experience with Ben and the Land Rover Ben Ainslie Racing team at their new home in #Portsmouth and sailing on-board the foiling AC45 in today’s The Times and The Sunday Times magazine and online here http://thetim.es/1LXFysa