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America's Cup: Hall of Famer dies in San Diego at 95 By Richard Gladwell, 7:05 PM Sun 7 Apr 2013
America's Cup Hall of Fame member, Jack Sutphen, passed away peacefully at his home in San Diego on March 24, at the age of 95 years. Best known as a key part of the trial horse crew for Dennis Conner's America's Cup campaigns, Sutphen's relationship with Conner had its genesis in 1974, when he was replaced by Conner as tactician aboard the 12 metre Courageous. ...[more]


America's Cup: 'We will keep learning, even in the Match' - Simmer By Richard Gladwell, Auckland, New Zealand , 11:50 PM Fri 5 Apr 2013
Part 2 of the interview with Oracle Team USA's COO, Grant Simmer, whose experience spans nine America's Cup campaigns, including three wins in 1983, 2003 and 2007. Simmer picks up the story, revealing that the launch date for Oracle Team USA’s second AC72 will be prior to the end of April, and elaborates on the program through to the end of the America's Cup Match. ...[more]


AC World Series Naples - Energy Teams aims for victory By Agence Mer et Media, , 11:37 PM Thu 4 Apr 2013
The AC World Series will be taking place in Naples from 18th to 21st April 2013. In twelve days from now Energy Team will be hard at work in this final event on the AC45 before the Louis Vuitton Cup. Yann Guichard will be at the helm of the French multihull with Christophe Espagnon as wing trimmer. More details from Antoine Mermod, the technical director of Energy Team. ...[more]


America's Cup: More images from the Hauraki Gulf as NZL5 departs By Chris Cameron, 10:57 PM Thu 4 Apr 2013
More images from Emirates Team NZ's NZL5, had her final sail on the Hauraki Gulf on Wednesday, before packing up for San Francisco. Chris Cameron was in the air to catch her final hours in New Zealand. ...[more]


America's Cup: Images from the Hauraki Gulf as Emirates Team NZ ends By Chris Cameron, 10:46 PM Thu 4 Apr 2013
Emirates Team NZ's NZL5, had her final sail on the Hauraki Gulf on Wednesday, before packing up for San Francisco. Chris Cameron was in the air to catch her final hours in New Zealand. ...[more]


America's Cup: Oracle boss says Kiwis favourites - for the moment By Richard Gladwell, 3:52 PM Thu 4 Apr 2013
With just over 20 weeks left on the clock until the start of the 34th America’s Cup, Grant Simmer, COO of Defender Oracle Team USA, is playing the usual psychological games, picking challenger Emirates Team New Zealand to win the America’s Cup. Emirates Team NZ is the favorite. I would say that they are the favorites to win the Cup, at the moment ...[more]


America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ apparently concludes its NZ build up By Richard Gladwell, 6:11 AM Thu 4 Apr 2013
Emirates Team NZ have apparently concluded their NZ buildup according to media reports yesterday. The team had an extended sailing session on the Hauraki Gulf which saw them sail well beyond Tiritiri Island at the northern end of the 2000/2003 America's Cup course. ...[more]


Sail-World New Zealand: April 3, 2013 By ., 8:28 PM Wed 3 Apr 2013
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America's Cup: Oracle Team USA more foiling in San Fran - Am-Cam video By Sail-World, 8:06 PM Mon 1 Apr 2013
Oracle Team USA's revamped AC72 USA-17 was videoed again by an independent cameraman who captured the AC72 training on San Francisco Bay, this time in a series of seven videos covering two runs and a gybe. In the set, Oracle Team USA has an interesting day foiling showing a reasonable level of control, but not at the level of stability being displayed by Emirates Team NZ. ...[more]


Youth America's Cup 2013 - The Force shines in AC45 + Video By Vince Casalaina, San Francisco, California , 3:17 PM Mon 1 Apr 2013
Youth America's Cup 2013. The American Youth Sailing Force (The Force) trained with Oracle Team USA coaches on AC45 catamarans three days last week and then went sailing with at risk students from San Francisco’s Downtown High School showing them first hand that you can follow your passion and earn a living on the water. ...[more]


America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ reveal secret weapon By Emirates Team NZ Media, , 8:01 AM Mon 1 Apr 2013
34th America's Cup: Emirates Team New Zealand has been training throughout the southern hemisphere summer in home waters and prior to heading to San Francisco, California, where the racing for the 34th America’s Cup set to take place, the team today reveals a new performance enhancing innovation on board the 72-foot multihull. ...[more]


America's Cup: AC72 ride aboard Oracle Team USA to be auctioned By Richard Gladwell, Auckland, New Zealand , 6:11 AM Fri 29 Mar 2013
Two America's Cup and winners of multiple World Championships, now Paralympians, have joined forces to in a campaign to win a Gold medal in the 2016 Paralympics. To raise finance for their campaign in the three man Sonar class, two of the adversaries in the 2013 America's Cup Regatta, Sir Russell Coutts and Grant Dalton will speak at a dinner in Auckland where a ride on an AC72 will be auctioned ...[more]


America’s Cup Arts and Entertainment Committee confirmed By America's Cup Media, , 10:32 PM Thu 28 Mar 2013
The America’s Cup is tapping arts and entertainment leaders in the San Francisco Bay Area to steer the community programming offered as part of the event’s shoreside activities. ...[more]


America's Cup: One week of sailing left in New Zealand By ETNZblog.com, 7:35 PM Tue 26 Mar 2013
After 19 days of sailing their second AC72, Emirates Team New Zealand skipper Dean Barker says the designers and boat builders had delivered all the sailing crew had hoped. 'In some ways,' he says, 'they delivered more than we expected.' ...[more]


America's Cup: Spy vs Spy: Information and Misinformation, and more By Rod Davis/ETNZblog.com, 7:27 PM Tue 26 Mar 2013
Coach Rod Davis revisits his blog on the art of 'espionage'….. After my blog on spying on the competition, people have been asking how teams manage to keep secrets when the opposition can approach to within 200 metres because cameras are more than capable of getting in close at that range. ...[more]


America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ race training in the Channel By Richard Gladwell, 11:15 AM Mon 25 Mar 2013
Emirates Team NZ wrapped up their Friday training session with a series of windward leewards inside Rangitoto Light at the entrance to the Waitemata Harbour. The session and crew-work, in particular, was very impressive and slick. There was not enough wind to make foiling viable at the bottom of the course, with the rounding mark again 200 metres off Narrowneck Beach. ...[more]


America's Cup: James Spithill on Oracle Team USA AC72 modifications By America's Cup Media, 9:48 AM Mon 25 Mar 2013
AC UNCUT's Genny Tulloch catches up with Oracle Team USA skipper James Spithill six months after their AC72 capsize. James talks the psychological benefit of going through the capsize, and how he believes Oracle Team USA is stronger than ever because of it. ...[more]


America's Cup - playing catch up Artemis Racing launches foiling AC45 By Sail-world.com, San Francisco, California , 1:02 PM Sun 24 Mar 2013
America's Cup 2013. Playing catch up after missing the boat in recent months, Artemis Racing now report - A big step forward for Artemis Racing as we launched our foiling AC45 onto San Francisco Bay. This is the first step in our foiling training for our second AC72. The modifications from our one design AC45 to our now foiling AC45 took about a month to complete. ...[more]


Sail-World New Zealand: March 22, 2013 By ., 10:44 PM Thu 21 Mar 2013
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America's Cup: Reflections and lessons from the flight of the wingsail By Sail-World, 10:27 PM Thu 21 Mar 2013
After Tuesday's rogue wingsail incident, probably something that Emirates Team NZ could have done without, but equally could have been a lot a worse. Maybe to the point of striking a different angle and toppling the crane. On Thursday the team rigged up, but didn't launch. See video for reactions to Tuesday's incident ...[more]


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