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America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ head incredulous on measurement issue By Warren Douglas, San Francisco, USA , 10:17 AM Sat 10 Aug 2013
Emirates Team New Zealand managing director Grant Dalton says he is stunned by revelations that Oracle Team USA AC45 yachts competing in the four America’s Cup World Series regattas were illegal. Dalton said today: 'I find it difficult to believe that what we learned last night actually happened at the top level of our sport.' ...[more]

Louis Vuitton Cup: Artemis closer, but still no cigar for Outteridge By Bob Fisher, 8:58 AM Sat 10 Aug 2013
Just one slip, but a crucial one, by Nathan Outteridge in the two-minute pre-start sequence, and Luna Rossa was ahead and never to be caught in the third race of the semi-final of the Louis Vuitton Cup. Outteridge was late in 'pulling the trigger' and allowed Chris Draper to pull out from under his lee and nail a perfectly timed start to have an eleven second lead around the first mark. ...[more]

Louis Vuitton Cup: Dean Barker hits out at Oracle Team USA By Dean Barker, San Francisco, USA , 9:33 PM Fri 9 Aug 2013
Writing on his blog at Kiwi Yachting Consultants' websites, of which he is a substantial shareholder and director, skipper Dean Barker gives his view of the admission by Oracle Team USA that they had raced an out of class boat in four regattas, and his views on this going into the final stages of the America's Cup Regatta. ...[more]

America's Cup World Series: Oracle Team USA to be investigated by Jury By Richard Gladwell, 11:46 AM Fri 9 Aug 2013
The International Jury for the 34th America's Cup has launched an inquiry under Rule 69 of the racing Rules, following a report from the Regatta Director that Oracle Team USA's AC45's and one Ben Ainslie Racing, appeared to have deliberately have breached the class measurement rules in the America's Cup World Series. ...[more]

NZL Sailing Team: Roller-coaster Day 4 at 470 Worlds for Kiwis By Jodie Bakewell-White, 6:26 AM Fri 9 Aug 2013
The tables have turned after Day 4 at the 2013 470 World Championships on now in La Rochelle, France with NZL Sailing Team’s Jo Aleh and Polly Powrie regaining the lead in the Women’s fleet, while Paul Snow-Hansen and Dan Willcox didn’t fare so well and have dropped to 11th in the Men’s Championship. ...[more]

America's Cup - Insider's view: Close enough to touch By Ken Read, 10:52 PM Thu 8 Aug 2013
North Sails President and TV Commentary Team member, Ken Read gives his insider's view of the Louis Vuitton Cup: Can Artemis make this an event? Does Luna Rossa need to worry about more close calls like the wing skin tearing? Just two of the many questions surrounding the Louis Vuitton Semi finals. The two boats are right outside my office window waiting for the dock out presentation. ...[more]

Louis Vuitton Cup: Luna Rossa wins the second race of the semifinals By Luna Rossa Media, 9:43 PM Thu 8 Aug 2013
Today Luna Rossa Challenge defeated Swedish team Artemis Racing for the second time in the second match of the Louis Vuitton Cup semifinals. Luna Rossa entered the start box on starboard and won the first dial-up, positioning herself in the middle of the pre-start area. At the gun both teams were substantially paired with the Swedish team on leeward ...[more]

Louis Vuitton Cup: Two Nil and the Semi's have an air of inevitability By Bob Fisher, San Francisco, USA , 7:55 PM Thu 8 Aug 2013
Already there appears to be an inevitability surrounding the semi-final of the Louis Vuitton Cup. This match between Luna Rossa and Artemis Racing is heavily one-sided in favour of the Italians – the extra time Luna Rossa has spent on the water, compared to the Swedish team, is reflected in superior performance. ...[more]

Louis Vuitton Cup Semi Finals - Race 2 light airs on the the course By Jennifer McHugh, 7:29 PM Thu 8 Aug 2013
Cheered by a crowd of supporters, Artemis Racing left Alameda for its second race in the best-of-seven series. Today's winds were significantly lighter than yesterday, at 13-15 knots, with 0.7 knots of flood tide. Towards the end of the match winds died down and became shifty at the eastern end of the course making foiling more difficult which was a determinant in today's outcome. ...[more]

Images of Louis Vuitton Cup Semi Finals - Luna Rossa vs Artemis Day 2 By Carlo Borlenghi, 3:55 PM Thu 8 Aug 2013
Second day racing images of the 2013 Louis Vuitton Cup Semi Finals Luna Rossa vs Artemis by Carlo Borlenghi ...[more]

18' International Skiff Regatta preview- 18' Skiffs share S.F. Bay By Rich Roberts, 1:49 PM Thu 8 Aug 2013
The America's Cup? Fine.The Mark Foy Trophy? New Zealand wants that, too. Both stand to be available to the Kiwis September 7th to fifteenth when San Francisco Bay hosts eight New Zealand teams among those competing in the Nespresso 18' International Skiff Regatta for the Mark Foy Trophy, while sharing the waterfront race course on race days with America's Cup defenders. ...[more]

NZL Sailing Team: Kiwis in second place in 470 Worlds after Day 3 By Jodie Bakewell-White, 11:36 AM Thu 8 Aug 2013
Finals rounds got underway today at the 2013 470 World Championships with the La Rochelle venue testing sailors with more challenging conditions on day three of the six day long regatta. Paul Snow-Hansen and Dan Willcox are now in second place in the Men’s fleet; Jo Aleh and Polly Powrie are lying sixth in Women’s. Racing was in 8-14 knots of unstable breeze with strong tidal currents and a cho ...[more]

Louis Vuitton Cup: Semi-Finals Day 2 action from San Francisco Bay By Sail-World, 10:28 AM Thu 8 Aug 2013
Videographer, John Navas and photographer, Chuck Lantz were out and about in San Francisco today for the second day of racing in the Semi-Final of the Louis Vuitton Cup. Ahead of the Challengers, Oracle Team USA again had access to the course and tried using a Code Zero in the lighter conditions, said to be on a new furling system ...[more]

America's Cup: Is it Fair? Unprecedented bias towards the Defender By Bob Fisher, San Francisco, USA , 8:48 AM Thu 8 Aug 2013
Fairness has never been a serious consideration in the 162-year history of the America’s Cup, but what is currently in operation in San Francisco shows an unprecedented bias in favour of the defender that puts to shame the often one-sidedness that was handed out prior to 1983. ...[more]

Louis Vuitton Cup: Ugly race gets Luna Rossa halfway to the Final By Richard Gladwell, 6:20 AM Thu 8 Aug 2013
Italian Challenger Luna Rossa scored their second point today in a best of seven Louis Vuitton Cup Semi-Final in San Francisco. After Artemis gained a very small advantage at the start, the Italians had got themselves away to an equal position at the first reaching mark. ...[more]

Louis Vuitton Cup: Images of the Semi-Finals - Day 1 By Chuck Lantz, San Francisco, USA , 10:56 PM Wed 7 Aug 2013
San Francisco based photographer, Chuck Lantz was on the water for the first race of the louis Vuitton Cup Semi-Final and provided this gallery of images of the day. ...[more]

Louis Vuitton Cup: Semi-Final, Race 1 images by Carlo Borlenghi By Carlo Borlenghi images, , 7:59 PM Wed 7 Aug 2013
34th America's Cup, San Francisco - Louis Vuitton Cup semi-final race 1 images of Luna Rossa Challenge and Artemis Racing in action shot on location by photographer Carlo Borlenghi. ...[more]

Louis Vuitton Cup: Am-Cam video of Semi-Final 1 By John Navas, San Francisco, USA , 3:01 PM Wed 7 Aug 2013
Videographer, John Navas was in his favorite position just to the east of the St Francis Yacht Club, today as Artemis Racing and Luna Rossa met for the first Semi-Final in the Louis Vuitton Cup. Here's his view and commentary on the day. ...[more]

Louis Vuitton Cup: Artemis starts Semi-Final with pace By Artemis Racing, 12:25 PM Wed 7 Aug 2013
Artemis Racing took to the waters of San Francisco Bay for their first race today. Winds were in the 15-18 knot range with a 0.2 knot flood tide making the wind limit for the day 21.2 knots. The racecourse, as determined by America’s Cup Race Management, was the longest option with seven legs. ...[more]

Lous Vuitton Cup: Luna Rossa wins the first race of the semifinals By Luna Rossa Media, 10:16 AM Wed 7 Aug 2013
Today Luna Rossa Challenge faced the Swedish team Artemis Racing in the first race of the Louis Vuitton Cup semifinals. On board of the team chase boat was Patrizio Bertelli, Team Principal of Luna Rossa. The Italian team entered the pre-start zone on port tack with a slight delay due to a damage incurred on the wing (detachment of the mylar) that had to be repaired right up to few moments prio ...[more]

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