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America's Cup: Team New Zealand has just 19 days left to live? By Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz, Auckland, New Zealand , 11:00 AM Thu 12 Jun 2014
Financially beleaguered America's Cup challenger, Emirates Team New Zealand has less than 19 days to find sufficient finance to stay alive. In an interview broadcast on Wednesday morning on Radio Sport, in Auckland, Team NZ CEO Grant Dalton said the team had 19 days of financial resources left before the team would be forced to disband ...[more]


America's Cup 35 Protocol: business as usual By Guy Nowell, Sail-World Asia Editor, , 9:09 AM Thu 12 Jun 2014
The new America’s Cup protocol has been let loose, and already there are mutterings of discontent. Let’s get something quite clear before we go any further: ...[more]


America's Cup: Coutts eliminates San Francisco as 2017 venue By Richard Gladwell Sail-World.com/nz, , 7:07 AM Thu 12 Jun 2014
It has been confirmed by the San Francisco Chronicle that Oracle Team USA CEO, Russell Coutts has eliminated San Francisco as a venue for the 35th America's Cup. The move was signaled earlier in the week, to the anguish of many, but that has apparently been ignored in the pursuit of the best commercial deal for the event. ...[more]


America's Cup - Sir Ben Ainslie launches British Challenge + Video By Mark Chisnell, , 11:17 PM Tue 10 Jun 2014
Sir Ben Ainslie, one of Britain’s most talented sailors, has now launched his bid to win the America’s Cup, the 163-year old trophy never won by Great Britain. The Duchess of Cambridge, a keen sailor herself, attended the launch at the Royal Museums Greenwich to show her support for the campaign. ...[more]


America's Cup: San Francisco on the outer in Commercial Cup By Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz, , 5:58 PM Tue 10 Jun 2014
A report appearing in the Associated Press indicates that America's Cup officials have reduced the prospective venues for the next regatta from four to three, and it appears San Francisco has been eliminated. ...[more]


America's Cup: Ainslie expected to announce top Fi designer signing By Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz, , 7:27 AM Tue 10 Jun 2014
Sir Ben Ainslie is expected to announce the assistance of Adrian Newey, the greatest Formula One designer of his generation, to help him win the 35th America's Cup for Great Britain. English website Sportsmail reports that Newey is expected to have a hand in designing the new AC62 for as part of a new deal with Red Bull Technology ...[more]


America's Cup: Two-Boat, or not Two-boat? Coutts asks the questions By Sail-World, , 5:54 AM Tue 10 Jun 2014
After the cacophony of outrage, mainly from his native New Zealand, where everyone has an opinion on the America's Cup, Oracle Team USA's CEO, Russell Coutts puts a few questions to the fans. Five really hard questions to answer for anyone listening to one sided NZ media: ...[more]


MYCQ Tech Presentation - The 35th America's Cup... How, why and when? By Peter Schwarzel, Gold Coast , 11:04 PM Mon 9 Jun 2014
The AC35 Protocol and Class Rules were released in May 2014. No AC62s exist yet but we shall try and determine what they may look and go like. We shall quickly round up the AC34, discuss the AC35 Protocol, AC62 Class Rules, Wing and Rig - Aerodynamics, Hull and Appendages - Hydrodynamics, The Platform - Structures and Materials and as usual a generous question time will be had. ...[more]


America's Cup: Protocol changes rung ahead of Entry window opening By Richard Gladwell Sail-World.com/nz, Auckland, New Zealand , 6:04 PM Mon 9 Jun 2014
The Defender of the America's Cup, Oracle Team USA has announced a series of changes to the Protocol for the next event. The changes are said to be issued, as a result, of constructive feedback on the rules from prospective teams, prompting Hamilton Island Yacht Club, the Challenger of Record, and the Defender, Oracle Team USA to issue agreed amendments to the Protocol for the 35th America’s Cu ...[more]


America's Cup 2017 - Rule clarifications issued ahead of entry period By America's Cup, , 5:18 PM Mon 9 Jun 2014
35th America's Cup - 35th America's Cup - San Francisco, Following constructive feedback on the rules from prospective teams, the Challenger of Record and the Defender have issued agreed amendments to the Protocol for the 35th America’s Cup. ...[more]


America's Cup: Team New Zealand fighting to stay in the Cup game By Richard Gladwell Sail-World.com/nz, , 6:14 AM Mon 9 Jun 2014
Emirates Team NZ's CEO, Grant Dalton, responded to taunts made on the NZ TV breakfast shows on Friday in an hour long radio interview on NewstalkZB. Dalton said on Sunday that the team's omission from an Oracle promotional video was a deliberate ploy. 'We're not going to blow smoke up Oracle's ass', was his retort. ...[more]


America’s Cup - New AC62 yacht will be a flyer By America's Cup, , 12:24 PM Fri 6 Jun 2014
2016-2017 America's Cup - Fast, foiling, wing-sailed catamarans will race in the next America’s Cup as the new class rule for the AC62 yacht has been released. ...[more]


America's Cup: New America's Cup Class AC62 rule is released By Sail-World.com, , 9:08 AM Fri 6 Jun 2014
Fast, foiling, wing-sailed catamarans will race in the next America’s Cup as the new class rule for the AC62 yacht has been released. The AC62 is 10 feet shorter than its predecessor, but is expected to be just as fast and challenging to race for the crews, and will produce the same heart-pounding action for spectators. ...[more]


America's Cup: War of words erupts between Oracle and Team NZ on TV By Richard Gladwell Sail-World.com/nz, Takapuna, NZ , 6:53 AM Fri 6 Jun 2014
Two protagonists from the Defender and Challenger teams at the last America's Cup went head to head on New Zealand breakfast television this morning. Updated with all three video clips. ...[more]


America's Cup: New Protocol represents a substantial shift in rules By Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz, Takapuna, NZ , 7:28 AM Wed 4 Jun 2014
While the official release notes many of the high level features of the Protocol for the 35th America's Cup, a quick reading of the lengthy document which will govern the 2017 regatta reveals substantial change from the preceding event. The entry fee has been set at $2million, payable in two installments, as well an additional Performance Bond of $1million is required. ...[more]


America's Cup - Breaking News Protocol released for 35th edition + Vid By Sail-World.com, , 3:09 AM Wed 4 Jun 2014
Today, the Protocol was released, which defines the rules, format and commercial regulations for the 35th America’s Cup. Entries open on June 9th and close August 8th, 2014, giving prospective teams two months to enter. 'We’re going to have our work cut out for us, that’s for sure.' So says Oracle Team USA skipper Jimmy Spithill as he assesses the competition for the 35th America’s Cup. ...[more]


America's Cup: Oracle's Kyle Langford on foiling in the mountains By Oracle Team USA edited by Sail-World.com, , 6:08 AM Sat 31 May 2014
Oracle Team USA sailors Kyle Langford and Tom Slingsby are currently racing on Lake Traunsee in Austria in the new GC32 catamaran class. While racing on short courses on an Alpine lake may appear to be a long way from racing for the America’s Cup on San Francisco Bay, Langford says the distance isn’t as far as you might think. ...[more]


America's Cup; Oracle Team USA moves to a foiling camp in Australia By Oracle Team USA media, , 9:04 PM Sun 25 May 2014
As Oracle Team USA closed up shop on its second training session in Sydney, the team was also looking ahead to an upcoming foiling camp. According to sailor Kinley Fowler, this session was valuable race practice with Team Australia coming on strong and providing real competition. ...[more]


Gladwell's Line: Has the America's Cup lost its way? By Richard Gladwell Sail-World.com/nz, Auckland, New Zealand , 9:57 PM Sun 18 May 2014
The America's Cup has taken another curious turn, with the news out late in the week that the America's Cup Event Authority had approached Bermuda to stage the 35th America's Cup. That would move the regatta out of USA, and arguably sailed in Britain, as the tiny island is a British Overseas Territory. ...[more]


America's Cup: British Territory in running to to stage the 35th Match By Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz, Auckland, NZ , 11:25 AM Sat 17 May 2014
Reports are emerging from Bermuda, a British Overseas Territory, that the island has been short listed as a venue for the 35th America's Cup. A report in the Royal Gazette says that the territory is one of four venues - the others believed to be San Francisco, San Diego, and Chicago. ...[more]


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