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AC World Series Plymouth - Oracle Racing gets tripped up + Video By Tim Jeffery, , 5:42 AM Thu 15 Sep 2011
America’s Cup World Series Plymouth - Oracle Racing’s two crews were tripped up on Plymouth Sound in streaky and shifty winds. Oracle Racing Coutts placed fifth after the three races and Oracle Racing Spithill placed sixth. ...[more]


America's Cup World Series Plymouth - Artemis Racing on top By Artemis Racing, , 5:27 AM Thu 15 Sep 2011
The America’s Cup World Series Plymouth has today witnessed racing resume amid light air and gusty conditions which have made for challenging sailing amongst the nine professional teams competing in the event. ...[more]


America´s Cup World Series Plymouth images by Sander van der Borch By Sander van der Borch, , 4:23 AM Thu 15 Sep 2011
America´s Cup World Series Plymouth 2011 images from photographer Sander van der Borch. ...[more]


America's Cup World Series Plymouth - Energy Team fourth By Energy Team, 4:15 AM Thu 15 Sep 2011
In the America’s Cup World Series Plymouth, it was a great day for Energy Team with a fine performance enabling them to finish the day in fourth place after three fleet races. The French team led by Loïck Peyron, who was very encouraged after his good result on Sunday (fourth), got off to some excellent starts and sailed smoothly and at speed in the light conditions. ...[more]


ACWS - China Team Capsize + Video By ACWS, 7:06 AM Wed 14 Sep 2011
China Team has capsized during a training sail on Tuesday. All crew are safe, although their wing is damaged. When China Team sailed back into the harbour in Plymouth there were sharp intakes of breath as sailors, shore crew and spectators gathered round to survey the damage on the broken wing of the AC45. ...[more]


America's Cup: Coutts moves up, second Australian helmsman comes in By Richard Gladwell, Sail-World, 9:01 PM Mon 12 Sep 2011
Oracle Racing have announced that multiple World Champion and Australian double Olympic silver medalist Darren Bundock will be given the helm of their second boat, Oracle Racing Coutts. Bundock will com aboard for the third round of the America's Cup World Series in San Diego. Current helmsman Russell Coutts will stay onboard. It has not been announced who will move off the boat ...[more]


America's Cup World Series : Full replays from Day 2 at Plymouth By ACM, 7:48 AM Mon 12 Sep 2011
Full replays of the second day's racing at the America's Cup World series in Plymouth, England - covering the the only fleet race and a speed trial. Today we have the full replay of the fleet race and speed trial, and two on-board commentated video and audio. Welcome aboard! ...[more]


America's Cup World Series: Super Sunday delivers on new AC vision By Team Korea Media, 7:03 AM Mon 12 Sep 2011
It was on the edge, seat of the pants sailing at the America’s Cup World Series event in Plymouth, UK, as ‘Super Sunday’ delivered spectacular racing conditions for the America’s Cup teams in the long fleet race, complete with three dramatic capsizes. ...[more]


America's Cup World Serries: Tough luck for Green Comm Racing on Day 2 By Pierre Orphanidis, 6:53 AM Mon 12 Sep 2011
Luck wasn't on the side of Green Comm Racing's Olympic champions during the second day of racing in Plymouth! They managed to be competitive under grueling conditions throughout the entire race, where another three boats were forced to abandon, holding on to sixth place, only to capsize a mere 50 meters before the finish line! ...[more]


America's Cup World Series Plymouth Day 2 images By Anna Stevenson, 6:19 AM Mon 12 Sep 2011
Images from day 2 of competition at America's Cup World Series, Plymouth by photographer Anna Stevenson. ...[more]


Emirates Team NZ wins Preliminary Round at Plymouth By Warren Douglas, Plymouth, England , 5:59 AM Mon 12 Sep 2011
Emirates Team New Zealand has won the 'preliminaries' of the America’s Cup World Series regatta at Plymouth. Finishing second in today’s long-course fleet race, Dean Barker, James Dagg, Winston Macfarlane, Glen Ashby and Ray Davies earned 37 of a possible 40 points from the four races held at the weekend. ...[more]


America's Cup World Series: Carnage in Plymouth + Videos By Sail-World, 5:08 AM Mon 12 Sep 2011
Three capsizes tell the story of an epic final race in the Plymouth AC Preliminaries with winds gusting close to 30 knots (35 mph; 55 kph) across Plymouth Sound. The race course was pushed up close to The Hoe, and once again, the crowds on the hill were rewarded with thrilling racing just meters from shore. ...[more]


America’s Cup World Series Plymouth - Day 2 damage for Artemis By Artemis Racing, 4:35 AM Mon 12 Sep 2011
Artemis Racing was straight out of the starting blocks, sailing consistently from that point on enabled the team to round the headland and build a confident lead over the rest of the fleet which they maintained until leg 5. Upon completing the second tack, Artemis Racing made contact with Emirates Team New Zealand as the bowsprit touched the transom of the Kiwi boat. ...[more]


America’s Cup World Series Plymouth - Oracle Racing teams in top 3 By Tim Jeffery, 2:44 AM Mon 12 Sep 2011
America’s Cup World Series Plymouth - Oracle Racing’s two crews placed first and third in today’s thrilling fleet race on Plymouth Sound. Oracle Racing Spithill won the physically taxing race in winds steadily around 25 knots, posting a neat come-from-behind victory over Emirates Team New Zealand after leading at the first mark rounding. ...[more]


America´s Cup World Series Plymouth images - Team Korea capsize By Sander van der Borch, 12:09 AM Mon 12 Sep 2011
America´s Cup World Series Plymouth 2011 images from photographer Sander van der Borch. ...[more]


Fisher's View: The Plymouth Cat and Pony Show pulls local fans By Bob Fisher, Cascais, Portugal , 7:33 AM Sun 11 Sep 2011
The Race Committee found that with the wind from the south-west – the prevailing direction – it needed to shorten the length of the legs from the already diminutive 0.8 nautical miles to 0.6 nautical miles. 'We are having to make a compromise between top-class yacht racing and a Dog & Pony Show,' laughed one of the race committee. ...[more]


Green Comm off to a slow start in America's Cup World Series By Pierre Orphanidis, 6:46 AM Sun 11 Sep 2011
The opening day of the America's Cup World Series delivered the big conditions conditions everybody was hoping for. The breeze was blowing from early in the morning and the nine AC45 yachts raced in winds between 20 and 25 knots. It was the first time the Green Comm Racing crew raced in brisk conditions and this was reflected in the scoretable. With just 11 days of sailing under their belts, the O ...[more]


Images from Plymouth: America's Cup World Series Day 1 By Gilles Martin-Raget, 6:38 AM Sun 11 Sep 2011
Top international sailing photographer, Gilles Martin-Raget presents this gallery of images from the opening day of the America's Cup World series in Plymouth, England ...[more]


AC World Series Plymouth - Spithill takes third in prelims By Tim Jeffery, 4:31 AM Sun 11 Sep 2011
America’s Cup World Series Plymouth - Today’s preliminary round gave spectators an up close visual treat to racing. In the case of one particular spectator boat that closeness resulted in physical contact on the racecourse with Oracle Racing Spithill in Race 3. ...[more]


America’s Cup World Series Plymouth day 1 update from Artemis Racing By Artemis Racing, , 3:55 AM Sun 11 Sep 2011
America’s Cup World Series - Artemis Racing’s Skipper Terry Hutchinson made the call before going out on the water that today’s x-factor would be Mother Nature, but the conditions turned out to be better than the forecast. Racing started just after 1400 BST under grey skies with gusts up to 30 knots. ...[more]


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