This seemingly rare tape chronicles the ups and downs of Dennis Conner, the man who was singlehandedly responsible for bringing about the end of the longest winning streak in the history of sports: a 132-year run in which America won the most prestigious award in yachting, The America's Cup.
After enduring the sadness and bitterness of that defeat for four years, he returned on an American boat to face the "Kookaburra III" in Australian waters, a race that become one of the most memorable events in the history of the sport.
Filmed over a span of five years, this documentary captures the winning spirit of a man determined to overcome the demons of his past. Narrated by Charlton Heston, both the cardboard sleeve and tape are in good condition, and it plays just fine. Finding copies of this are very hard (I couldn't even find it on the IMDb), so grab a copy of this before it's too late!