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    The America's Cup match between Emirates Team New Zealand and Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli will start on Wednesday under alert-level two restrictions

    The America's Cup match between Emirates Team New Zealand and Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli will start on Wednesday under alert-level two restrictions


    Details have been revealed of the race schedule, with two races each day.

    After the opener, racing will continue on Friday and each day after that until a winner has been found.



    Sky Stadium, Orangetheory Stadium and Christchurch Arena will open their doors to sports fans on Sunday after the changes in alert levels.

    The double header Twenty20 featuring the Black Caps and White Ferns in the capital starting at midday will welcome fans, although the weather forecast looks slightly ropey.

    The Crusaders and Hurricanes will have spectators watch on in the garden city, with tickets on sale now for the match that was moved from Saturday earlier in the week.

    Across the carpark at Christchurch Arena, the Silver Ferns and Australia will be open to fans with general admission tickets to be sold.



    Horse racing's New Zealand Derby will proceed under alert-level two restrictions on Sunday at Ellerslie, after it was pushed back from Saturday earlier in the week.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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