Then and now: Peter Montgomery calls it again as Team NZ win back the America's Cup
In 1995, Peter Montgomery delivered the memorable line "America's Cup is now New Zealand's Cup" as Team New Zealand crossed the finish line in San Diego.
On Tuesday, 22 years later, he was back at it, commentating for Radio Sport on the racing in Bermuda as TNZ crossed the line to defeat Oracle 7-1.
Montgomery was in full swing as TNZ claimed victory.
"San Diego, 1995, and now Bermuda, 2017. Once again, the America's Cup is New Zealand's cup. History on the Great Sound, Bermuda.
"It now means Team New Zealand have become the first team and the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron is now the first yacht club in the 166-year history of the cup to successfully challenge for the America's Cup twice."
One person reacting online to the win said: "Thanks Peter Montgomery - legendary commentary as usual.....victory! We love you Emirates Team New Zealand".
Another said: "Great commentary guys. Thanks for the kiwi view of the racing. Just like old times"
TNZ finished 55 seconds ahead of Oracle in the final race on Tuesday morning, New Zealand time.
Led by cool-headed skipper Glenn Ashby and brilliant young helmsman Peter Burling, the Kiwis produced another flawless performance, grabbing the lead in the second leg to once again leave Oracle in their wake.
New Zealand's chief tormentor in San Francisco, Oracle skipper Jimmy Spithill again did all he could to unsettle his rivals both on and off the water.
However, the 'Pitbull' was gracious in defeat, conceding that they were simply beaten by the better team.