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Fisher's View: Cascais - A Box of Matches on the penultimate day By Bob Fisher, Cascais, Portugal , 8:41 AM Sun 14 Aug 2011
It is a day when the amount of confusing material has been reduced to a minimum. We members of the media were addressed only by the ACRM supremo, Iain Murray, and with the 'big fella' there is no room for anything but straight talking, none of the confusion of marketing-speak. ...[more]


America's Cup: James Spithill crowned first match race champion By Oracle Racing, 7:19 AM Sun 14 Aug 2011
In a pair of thrilling match races that featured four lead changes, skipper James Spithill and his impressive ORACLE Racing Spithill crew won the America’s Cup World Series Cascais Match Racing Championship. The US America's Cup Defender won the match racing phase of the regatta with a 2-0 defeat of Dean Barker’s Emirates Team New Zealand. ...[more]


America's Cup: A winning streak comes to an end for Emirates Team NZ By Warren Douglas, 6:53 AM Sun 14 Aug 2011
After an almost flawless five-day winning run – the regatta preliminaries last weekend and then proving to be unbeatable in the daily combined fleet and match racing contests – Emirates Team New Zealand faltered in the match racing final. The team's defeat came on the sixth day of racing in the America's Cup World Series, sailed at Cascais, Portugal. ...[more]


America's Cup: Oracle Racing pull off Match Racing Final upset By ACM, 4:28 AM Sun 14 Aug 2011
James Spithill and his Oracle Racing crew reversed Emirates Team NZ's run of form to win the Cascais AC Match Race Championship, as the AC World Series Cascais entered its final weekend of racing. ...[more]


America's Cup World Series: Full replay of Race Day 5 now available By Richard Gladwell, 1:44 PM Sat 13 Aug 2011
Full replay coverage is now available of the fifth day of racing is now available on the YouTube America's Cup channel. Includes plenty of on board footage and audio including coverage from on board the race committee boat. Expletives have not been deleted. ...[more]


AC World Series - Artemis Racing perseveres under pressure By Artemis Racing - Images by Sander van der Borsch, 8:13 AM Sat 13 Aug 2011
At the America's Cup World Series in Cascais, Portugal, the weather conditions were perfect and allowed for three fleet races, followed by three match races to be completed. Artemis Racing was in good form on the race course with second place finishes in the first two races, followed by a fourth in the final fleet race. ...[more]


America's Cup World Series heads to Newport By ACEA, 6:36 AM Sat 13 Aug 2011
The America's Cup World Series will be heading to Newport, Rhode Island for the final stop of the 2011-12 season. The nine day AC45 professional circuit event promises to be a dramatic finish. In addition to being the first American host of the high-tech AC45 wing-sailed catamarans in 2012, Newport also has the honor of seeing the first AC World Series circuit champion crowned. ...[more]


Energy Team into quarter final of America's Cup World Series By Pierre Giboire, 5:51 AM Sat 13 Aug 2011
The America's Cup World Series Match Race has now witnessed Energy Team make it into the quarter finals in which they will take on the Swedish Artemis Racing team in an attempt to qualify for the semi-finals in Cascais. ...[more]


AC World Series riveting success for Oracle Racing By Tim Jeffery, 4:55 AM Sat 13 Aug 2011
In the America's Cup World Series, a pair of riveting match races have taken place which featured Oracle Racing’s two crews. The excitement of the racing action has fans and competitors alike anticipating tomorrow’s final day in Cascais, Portugal for the championship. ...[more]


Day 2 for Artemis Racing in the AC World Series By Artemis Racing, 5:30 AM Fri 12 Aug 2011
In the America's Cup World Series, racing got off on right on time at 1400 GMT amid vibrant blue skies in Cascais, Portugal. After abandoning the first race due to insufficient breeze, PRO Harold Bennett moved the course a bit further out and Race 1 got underway, followed by two more fleet races and three match races. ...[more]


America's Cup World Series showdown for Oracle Racing By Tim Jeffery, 5:22 AM Fri 12 Aug 2011
In the America's Cup World Series, the two crews led by helmsmen James Spithill and Russell Coutts, placed third and fourth behind Emirates Team New Zealand and Artemis Racing after three qualifying fleet races to set up a one race showdown between the pair. ...[more]


America's Cup World Series - Match Racing -Barker and Spithill By Tim Jeffery, 6:25 AM Thu 11 Aug 2011
America's Cup World Series had a late start to racing today. The late start at, 4:00 pm local time instead of the scheduled 2:00 pm meant that only the top-scoring pair from the day's three qualifying fleet races would square up in a match race. ...[more]


Artemis Racing fighting on two fronts in AC World Series and Cowes By Artemis Racing, 6:06 AM Thu 11 Aug 2011
Artemis Racing is currently competing in the America's Cup World Series and the Extreme Sailing Series Act 5, in Cowes Isle of Wight. Artemis Racing was over the start line early in Race 1 of the ACWS Match Race Qualifiers so it was hard for the Swedish team to recover. In Cowes, at the request of Artemis Racing, the International Jury re-opened the protest hearing earlier today ...[more]


Bruno Peyron of Energy Team talks AC World Series By Pierre Giboire, 5:20 AM Wed 10 Aug 2011
America’s Cup World Series - Bruno Peyron: On the eve of some more battles tomorrow out on the water in Cascais, he offers us his first impressions from the outside of what has been happening over the past three weeks and comments on the state of play. ...[more]


America's Cup World Series Energy Team skipper Loïck Peyron interview By Pierre Giboire, 7:32 AM Mon 8 Aug 2011
America’s Cup World Series is currently underway in Cascais, Portugal. Energy Team has finished the weekend of racing feeling satisfied that they had done as much as they could after just ten days of learning to sail the AC45. The skipper of Energy Team tells us more. ...[more]


America's Cup World Series and Cowes Week - Hectic for Artemis Racing By Paul Cayard, 6:51 AM Mon 8 Aug 2011
America’s Cup World Series spectators were not disappointed today they gathered along the shore to watch the fastest boats, sailed by the world’s best sailors, here in Cascais, Portugal. With winds of up to 20 knots and clear blue skies, the setting was perfect for a long fleet race, followed by three speed trials for the AC45s. ...[more]


Oracle Racing find victories in preliminary round of ACWS By Oracle Racing, 5:51 AM Mon 8 Aug 2011
The America’s Cup World Series has witnessed victories in the preliminary round in Cascais today with Oracle Racing’s Russell Coutts winning the long (40-minute) fleet race and Oracle Racing’s James Spithill placing third. ...[more]


Spectacular weekend for Emirates Team New Zealand at ACWS By ACEA Media, 5:24 AM Mon 8 Aug 2011
At the America’s Cup World Series in Cascais, Portugal, five teams have crowded the podium on the opening weekend that ended with champagne sailing across the two events. On Sunday, large crowds on the beach and in the spectator fleet enjoyed front row seats with the racing just meters from the shore. ...[more]


America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ double winners in Cascais World Series By Sail-World, 4:30 AM Mon 8 Aug 2011
Five teams crowded the podium on Sunday at the America’s Cup World Series – Cascais as the opening weekend ended with some champagne sailing across the two events. On Sunday, large crowds on the beach and in the spectator fleet enjoyed front row seats with the racing just meters from the shore. ...[more]


America’s Cup World Series - Team New Zealand man overboard images By Carlo Borlenghi/Nespresso, 3:41 AM Mon 8 Aug 2011
America's Cup World Series Cascais images by photographer Carlo Borlenghi/Nespresso. Team New Zealand bowman Winston MacFarlane pitched into the water when a winch handle broke as he was grinding in the gennaker at the second mark. ...[more]


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