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Fisher's View: Day 3 - Ainslie sparkles in America's Cup World Series By Bob Fisher, San Francisco, USA , 12:38 PM Sat 6 Oct 2012
Day 3 MR Semis and Fleetracing: Much of the talk around the bases has been not so much of the AC-45s as of the 'real' America's Cup boats, the AC-72s. The performance of the Emirates Team New Zealand 72, seen around the world on video, has drawn gasps of astonishment, particularly when seen foil-borne at close to 40 knots. ...[more]


AC World Series San Francisco - Team BAR out in front By Lucy Harwood, , 1:32 AM Sat 6 Oct 2012
At the America’s Cup World Series in San Francisco, the first day of fleet racing was dominated by J.P. Morgan Team BAR. Ben Ainslie and the team were keen to make an impression after what some may have deemed a disappointing first event back in August. It was a great performance on the water, the team dominated race one taking the win from Emirates Team New Zealand. ...[more]


Fisher's View: Day 2 - Ainslie's day in America's Cup World Series By Bob Fisher, San Francisco, USA , 12:44 PM Fri 5 Oct 2012
Day 2 MR Semis and Fleetracing: The day belonged to Ben Ainslie Racing with a first and a third, while second place, five points back, is Outteridge, then Coutts on the same points and Spithill with one less, but one point ahead of Barker on ETNZ. Hutchinson's second place in the later race combined with his tenth in the first puts him sixth overall. ...[more]


AC World Series San Francisco - Semifinal teams decided By Irene Corosu, 8:49 AM Fri 5 Oct 2012
At the America’s Cup World Series in San Francisco, Artemis Racing – White (Terry Hutchinson) and Emirates Team New Zealand (Dean Barker) scored convincing wins in the quarterfinal round of the match racing championship. Racing on a relatively calm San Francisco Bay – with the wind blowing nine to 13 knots and a flat sea – Artemis Racing – White defeated young upstart Team Korea (Peter Burling). ...[more]


AC World Series San Francisco - First day for Artemis Racing By Paul Cayard, 6:53 AM Fri 5 Oct 2012
Artemis Racing’s Paul Cayard reports from San Francisco, California where the team is competing in the America's Cup World Series.: Yesterday was the first day of the America's Cup World Series, San Francisco. It was a true SF day. I can tell you as I grew up sailing in those conditions...foggy and 24 knots of wind on an ebb tide. Not for the pleasure cruiser. ...[more]


AC World Series San Francisco - Excellent start for Energy Team By Pierre Giboire, , 2:26 AM Fri 5 Oct 2012
In the America’s Cup World Series, Loïck Peyron and his men got off to an excellent start last night in San Francisco. By winning their duel against China Team amid rough conditions and dense fog, Energy Team qualified for the match race quarter finals. The French team will be coming up against Dean Barker’s Team New Zealand tonight, just before the start of the fleet races. ...[more]


AC World Series San Francisco - Perfect start for Team BAR By Lucy Harwood, 1:01 AM Fri 5 Oct 2012
The first day of racing at the America’s Cup World Series got underway in San Francisco Bay with the match racing qualifications. The forecast soon went from an Indian summer into the depths of winter this afternoon as the race course was covered in a blanket of fog filled with winds gusting over 20 knots. ...[more]


AC World Series - Quarterfinal pairings decided in San Francisco By Irene Corosu, 1:54 PM Thu 4 Oct 2012
Competition at the America’s Cup World Series San Francisco got underway today with seven races in the qualifying round of the match racing championship. With the wind gusting over twenty knots and creating a nasty chop on San Francisco Bay, Artemis Racing – Red, Emirates Team NZ, Energy Team, J.P. Morgan BAR and Team Korea all advanced to the quarterfinal round. ...[more]


Fisher's View: Day 1 - Some surprises in the ACWS Match Racing By Bob Fisher, San Francisco, USA , 12:26 PM Thu 4 Oct 2012
Day 1 MR Qualifiers: 'Racing today will be a little difficult,' explained ACRM supremo, Iain Murray. 'With the ebb tide running a two knots agains the wind, it could kick up quite a seaway.' And it did exactly as he had predicted and there were one or two dangerously looking nose-dives as boats bore away around the windward marks. ...[more]


AC World Series San Francisco - Energy Team aiming for the podium By Pierre Giboire, , 4:22 AM Thu 4 Oct 2012
The 2012-2013 America’s Cup World Series will get underway tonight European Time, (Wednesday) in the waters around San Francisco, California USA. Currently fourth in the Championship, the French challenger, Energy Team skippered by Loïck Peyron is aiming to get up there on the podium and do even better than that, if possible. ...[more]


Fisher's View: Day Zero Minus One - Of Foiling, Facilities and Fans By Bob Fisher, San Francisco, USA , 7:51 AM Wed 3 Oct 2012
Day Zero minus One: With the second of the new-season America's Cup World Series regattas about to start, the focus has been on other aspects - the trials of the Oracle Team USA AC-72 being high on the list, and the tribulations of the America's Cup Event Authority (ACEA) right up there as well. ...[more]


America’s Cup World Series set to light up San Francisco Bay By Irene Corosu, , 7:30 AM Wed 3 Oct 2012
The second America’s Cup World Series San Francisco gets underway tomorrow with qualifying racing for the match racing championship. The following day, the first two of seven scheduled fleet races kick off the event championship, which concludes Sunday, Oct. 7, with a live nationwide broadcast on NBC. ...[more]


AC World Series San Francisco - Oracle Team USA ready for battle By Lisa Ramsperger, 4:13 AM Wed 3 Oct 2012
Oracle Team USA commences round two of racing in San Francisco Bay this week with the second America’s Cup World Series in the team’s hometown. The event runs October 2nd-7th, and action for both Oracle Team USA Spithill and Oracle Team USA Coutts gets underway with the first two fleet races on Thursday, October 4 in San Francisco. ...[more]


ACEA partners with Sailors for the Sea, nets high rewards By Irene Corosu, 9:05 AM Tue 2 Oct 2012
At the second America’s Cup World Series San Francisco, scheduled to get underway tomorrow, the organizers will continue their commitment to Clean Regattas certification. The America’s Cup Event Authority (ACEA) has partnered with Sailors for the Sea as the Official Clean Regattas Partner of the 34th America’s Cup. ...[more]


AC World Series San Francisco - Artemis Racing names crew members By Artemis Racing, , 1:04 AM Tue 2 Oct 2012
The America’s Cup World Series will get underway in San Francisco with Artemis Racing taking part with two AC45s. Skipper Terry Hutchinson (USA) will be helming Artemis Racing – White, with Olympic medalist Iain Percy (GBR) onboard as tactician. Percy was absent from the team for the first eight months of this year preparing for the Olympics where he won the silver medal in the Star Class. ...[more]


America's Cup World Series San Francisco a success By Jane Eagleson, 10:21 AM Wed 29 Aug 2012
The luster of the AC World Series San Francisco still radiates two days after racing ended. The debut of wingsail catamaran racing on the Bay has generated great excitement throughout the AC host city. Even track and field star Michael Johnson, the four-time gold medalist the greatest long sprinter in the history of track and field, admired the athleticism required to race the AC45. ...[more]


America's Cup World Series San Francisco - Oracle Team USA double By Jane Eagleson, 11:15 AM Mon 27 Aug 2012
The day began with Russell Coutts, the four-time America’s Cup winner, taking out teammate Jimmy Spithill in the Match Racing Championship. ...[more]


America's Cup World Series - Perfect day on San Francisco Bay By Artemis Racing, , 9:12 AM Mon 27 Aug 2012
It was a perfect day for racing in the America's Cup World Series on San Francisco Bay. Oracle Team USA's two AC45s lined up for the Match Racing Finals. It was America's Cup legend Russell Coutts who won the start off teammate Jimmy Spithill, and sailed a perfect race to win the title. ...[more]


America's Cup World Series San Francisco - Energy Team 4th overall By Energy Team, , 8:50 AM Mon 27 Aug 2012
At the America's Cup World Series, Energy Team finished in a rather disappointing 10th place in the day’s big fleet race on Super Sunday, which marked the end of the event. Yann Guichard and his men end up in fourth place overall in the rankings dominated by Oracle Team USA Spithill. The Americans were very clearly at ease on their home ground, as Russell Coutts’s crew won the match race final. ...[more]


Fisher's View: Day 5 ACWS San Francisco - Seriously speedy Sunday By Bob Fisher, San Francisco, USA , 7:57 AM Mon 27 Aug 2012
Day 5: It had to be singularly appropriate that the two home teams, Oracle Team USA - Spithill and Oracle Team USA - Coutts met in the final of the match racing on the Bay. It provided a preview for the next twelve months when they will work up for the defence of the America's Cup in the 72-footers, the first of which is scheduled to take to the water this week. ...[more]


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