It was a wild, adrenaline-filled ride, but the America’s Cups — a major annual sailing competition — is coming back for another edition.
NBC’s America’s Best Coast will air the competition on May 22, with coverage starting on May 19.
The two-week race is the only time this season that the United States will face the defending champions, Japan.
It was the last time the two teams met at the event, which has been held annually since 1932.
Here’s how to watch America’s cup events from your couch, kitchen, or living room.
Where to watch: In addition to the two week race, NBC will broadcast the final two races on May 27, including a quarterfinal on May 30.
The semifinal is set to take place on May 18, and the championship is on May 26.
The event is held in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Southern California.
Where you can watch: NBC’s live stream begins at 8 p.m.
ET on Sunday, May 20, and includes coverage of the final races.
NBC will also air the final round of the women’s and men’s competitions, which will air at 8:30 p.p. on May 21.
NBC, which produces the competition, is expected to broadcast the event for the first time since March.
The race will air on Monday nights at 8 pm ET.