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Louis Vuitton Cup: Top Gun's Maverick helms Emirates Team NZ + Video By Sail-World, 8:50 AM Mon 29 Jul 2013
Hollywood A-Lister, Tom Cruise watched today's race in the Louis Vuitton Cup aboard the superyacht Imagine, with his son. After the race they hopped aboard the AC72 catamaran, for a spin around San Francisco Bay, with Cruise and his son trying to out-do each other for top speed of the day, while helming. ...[more]


Louis Vuitton Cup: Emirates Team NZ elects to go to Finals By Warren Douglas, San Francisco, USA , 8:25 AM Mon 29 Jul 2013
Emirates Team New Zealand has exercised its option to skip the Louis Vuitton Cup semi-finals and go straight to the final. The option was available to the team by virtue of its top position on the round robins leaderboard. ...[more]


Louis Vuitton Cup: Emirates Team NZ wins over improved Italians By Richard Gladwell, 5:28 AM Mon 29 Jul 2013
Emirates Team New Zealand took the first race of Round Robin 5, by a reduced margin over the Italian Challenger, Luna Rossa. NZ skipper, Dean Barker once again had a narrow advantage at the start, which was expanded into a lead of just 35 seconds on the end of the first downwind leg. ...[more]


Louis Vuitton Cup: Oracle Team USA and Emirates Team NZ on Cup course By John Navas, San Francisco, USA , 5:36 PM Sun 28 Jul 2013
Videographer, John Navas, was on the shore of San Francisco Bay to catch Emirates Team New Zealand in their defaulted race agaist Artemis Racing. Also out was Oracle Team USA getting some more practice on the America's Cup course. ...[more]


Louis Vuitton Cup: Images from Round Robin 4, Race 3 By Chuck Lantz, San Francisco, USA , 10:25 AM Sun 28 Jul 2013
Chuck Lantz provided this gallery of images from Enirates Team NZ's solo final race of Round Robin 4, sailed in San Francisco this morning. ...[more]


Postcard from Valencia: 420 Worlds Day 5 - Luck of the Irish? By Rob Burn, Valencia, Spain , 10:06 AM Sun 28 Jul 2013
Rob Burn reports from the fifth day of the World 420 Championships: One hapless sailor has had a bad run here at the Worlds, first race a Black flag, the second deep, next day two top 10 results but sailed in the wrong flight ...recorded DNS, then changed shorts, long ones for short ones, not enough sun protection, 2nd degree burns to his thighs, under medical care and unable to sail anymore..... ...[more]


Louis Vuitton Cup: Cheap point for new helmsman By Bob Fisher, San Francisco, USA , 9:15 AM Sun 28 Jul 2013
For the first time in the Louis Vuitton Cup races for six years, Dean Barker was absent from the wheel of Emirates Team New Zealand, and his place as helmsman was taken by Glenn Ashby, normally the wing trimmer. Ashby’s credentials for the job are more than sufficient, having won 14 world championships in three multihull classes and ten Australian A-class catamaran championships. ...[more]


Louis Vuitton Cup: Australians take over Emirates Team NZ for the day By America's Cup Media, 9:01 AM Sun 28 Jul 2013
Emirates Team New Zealand sailed unopposed today in the final race of Round 4 of the Louis Vuitton Cup, the America’s Cup Challenger Series. A pair of Australians guided the good ship Aotearoa around the race track, as normal wing trimmer Glenn Ashby (top right) took a turn on the helm in place of skipper Dean Barker, who got a breather. ...[more]


Louis Vuitton Cup: Emirates Team NZ's tally now at eight points By www.etnzblog.com, 8:15 AM Sun 28 Jul 2013
Emirates Team New Zealand completed its solo race against Artemis Racing today to collect another point in the Louis Vuitton Cup round robins. The team is at the top of the leaderboard on eight points and with two races to go in the round robins, cannot be overtaken. ...[more]


NZL Sailing Team: Kiwis wins Bronze in Finns and top 10 in Multihulls By Jodie Bakewell-White, 7:17 AM Sun 28 Jul 2013
Andrew Murdoch has secured his first medal at a major international Finn regatta with bronze at the 2013 Finn European Championship just finished in Warnemunde, Germany. New Zealand boasts two top five finishers at the Championship with Josh Junior concluding the regatta in fifth place. ...[more]


Louis Vuitton Cup: Emirates Team NZ wins solo race with new helmsman By Richard Gladwell, 6:38 AM Sun 28 Jul 2013
Australian Glenn Ashby became the third Australian helmsman in the America's Cup Regatta, when he stepped in for Dean Barker, on Emirates Team NZ. Ashby took 30 minutes and 39 seconds to complete the five lap course sailed in San Francisco. The Round Robin 4, race 2 was originally destined to be sailed against Swedish challenger, Artemis Racing who has now been sailing for just three days since ...[more]


America's Cup: Up Close 2 - Three teams training on San Francisco Bay By John Navas, San Francisco, USA , 3:43 PM Sat 27 Jul 2013
More images as three America's Cup teams were out on San Francisco Bay, today, getting in some vital practice ahead as the time nears when the elimination part of the regatta gets under way in early August. John Navas was Bayside and captured the up close action ...[more]


America's Cup: Up close - Three teams training on San Francisco Bay By John Navas, San Francisco, USA , 1:26 PM Sat 27 Jul 2013
Three America's Cup teams were out on San Francisco Bay, today, getting in some vital practice ahead as the time nears when the elimination part of the regatta gets under way in early August. John Navas was Bayside and captured the up close action ...[more]


Postcard from Valencia: 420 Worlds Day 4 - A time to reflect... By Rob Burn, Valencia, Spain , 9:51 AM Sat 27 Jul 2013
Rob Burn reports from the fourth day of the World 420 Championships: A sad day remembered, and the day a little odd too..... Flags flew at half mast, a minutes silence from the sailors, officials and supporters at noon as we paid our respects to the 90 people killed in the Spanish train crash two days ago. The day had started differently, cloudy this morning, hot and sticky, breeze in the harb ...[more]


America's Cup: Safety now in Class Rules - but no elevator changes By Bob Fisher, San Francisco, USA , 7:37 AM Sat 27 Jul 2013
The after-shock of the Artemis accident on May 9th is met with rule changes announced by the Measurement Committee and approved by Race Director, Iain Murray, early on Friday July 26th. As yet, there are no changes in the rudder 'elevator' rules. ...[more]


Louis Vuitton Cup: Am-Cam Video of Artemis foiling, Luna Rossa strike By John Navas, San Francisco, USA , 7:23 AM Sat 27 Jul 2013
John Navas was bayside at San Francisco to catch Artemis Racing on her second day of sailing ahead of Round Round Robin 4, Race 2 in the Louis Vuitton Cup. Then it was Luna Rossa's turn to try some foiling gybes, followed by her race proper, curtailed when she hit an underwater object. Ten minute video of the day's action. ...[more]


NZL Sailing Team: Kiwis chase Bronze in Finns and top ten in Nacra 17s By Jodie Bakewell-White, , 7:04 AM Sat 27 Jul 2013
New Zealand will feature in the medal races at both the 2013 Finn European Championship and the 2013 Nacra 17 World Championship with kiwi Finn sailors Andrew Murdoch and Josh Junior among a tight group who will battle it out for the lower podium spot in Germany. ...[more]


America's Cup: Artemis Racing Blue at it again By Sander van der Borch, , 4:29 AM Sat 27 Jul 2013
Images by photographer Sander van der Borch of Artemis Racing during the second day of sailing on the new blue boat. A long day of sailing with a lot of goals achieved. ...[more]


America's Cup: Artemis Racing - First sail - Video By Artemis racing Media, 10:55 PM Fri 26 Jul 2013
Five minute video from Artemis Racing of their first sail - and foil- in their second generation AC72. Includes interview with some of the key people in the team. Also features on-board video. ...[more]


Louis Vuitton Cup: Luna Rossa hits a fish, breaks a rudder, limps home By Chuck Lantz, San Francisco , 6:18 PM Fri 26 Jul 2013
Luna Rossa can't seem to buy any luck as they hit a large fish while foiling downwind during their solo LVC series race today. Their scheduled opponent, Artemis, is not yet ready to race, but was out practicing on the South Bay. ...[more]


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