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America's Cup: Five Challengers sign-on for 35th Match By Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz, , 5:37 AM Fri 22 Aug 2014
The America's Cup Events Authority have confirmed that six entries have been received for the 35th America's Cup - five Challengers and the Defender, Oracle Team USA. The five Challengers are believed to have met the entry requirements including payment of the $1million entry fee, as well as being scrutinised for compliance with the Deed of Gift ...[more]

America’s Cup - British Challenge accepted by Golden Gate Yacht Club By Marina Johnson, , 3:00 AM Fri 22 Aug 2014
Royal Yacht Squadron Racing (RYSR) has had its challenge accepted by the America’s Cup defender, the Golden Gate Yacht Club of San Francisco. RYSR is the affiliate club of the Royal Yacht Squadron and the challenging club for Ben Ainslie Racing (BAR), now the official British entry for the 35th America’s Cup in 2017. ...[more]

America's Cup - Team France rank among official challengers By Kate Jennings, , 2:14 AM Fri 22 Aug 2014
After officially announcing its desire to participate in the 35th America’s Cup during the Nautic Paris Boat Show last December, Team France, managed by Franck Cammas, Michel Desjoyeaux and Olivier de Kersauson is today proud to rank among the five challengers officially recognised by the Golden Gate Yacht Club to compete against the American Defender, Oracle Team USA. ...[more]

America's Cup: Rod Davis - Time for a change after ten years with team By Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz, , 4:44 AM Thu 21 Aug 2014
New Artemis Racing coach, Rod Davis says it was time for a change after ten years in a coaching role with Emirates Team New Zealand. 'Ten years is a long time as a coach of a professional team. It was time for a change,' he told Sail-World.com from Sweden. 'I don’t know of any other professional coaches that have gone ten years with the same team.' ...[more]

America's Cup: Team NZ wish Davis well with new team By Richard Gladwell, Sail-world.com/nz, , 9:34 AM Wed 20 Aug 2014
Emirates Team New Zealand Chief Operating Officer, Kevin Shoebridge describes the split with long time coach Rod Davis as 'amicable'. ...[more]

America's Cup: New Zealand loses top coach to Artemis Racing By Sail-World, , 10:16 PM Tue 19 Aug 2014
Artemis Racing officially launched its challenge to win the 35th America’s Cup at an inspirational event in Sweden’s capital. New team members were announced, including Swedish Olympic champions, Fredrik Lööf and Max Salminen, as well as America’s Cup veteran Rod Davis. ...[more]

America's Cup: Barker and Shoebridge give their take on the Cup-State By Sail-World, , 11:38 PM Sun 10 Aug 2014
Team New Zealand skipper Dean Barker and CEO Kevin Shoebridge talk to Newstalk ZB's Tony Veitch on several background issues to the Team's entry to the 35th America's Cup. They covered the entry process for the Team, and whether they expect it to be accepted. Also discussed is why they believe the Team was excluded from the recent Competitors Meeting in London ...[more]

America's Cup: Entries close but 2017 line-up remains mystery By Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz, , 6:04 PM Sat 9 Aug 2014
America's Cup organisers issued an innocuous statement after the close of entries for the 35th America's Cup. Entries closed just before midnight on August 8th in San Francisco. The statement did not even specify the number of entries received. Only one team, Team New Zealand, have announced that they have lodged an entry. ...[more]

America's Cup winner takes on the Molokai 2 Oahu Paddleboard race By Jimmy Spithill, , 11:18 PM Fri 8 Aug 2014
At the end of July, twice America's Cup winning skipper, Jimmy Spithill, competed in the 32 mile Molokai 2 Oahu Paddleboard World Championship The M2O is one of the most prestigious SUP events in the world. It is raced across the Ka’iwi Channel between the Hawaiian islands of Molokai and Oahu. ...[more]

Australians start well in Rio By ISAF, , 11:47 PM Wed 6 Aug 2014
2014 Aquece Rio International Sailing Regatta - The Australians doing well at Rio test event. The two years to go until the Rio 2016 Olympic Games milestone was celebrated at the Aquece Rio – International Sailing Regatta 2014 as the 324 sailors from 34 nations experienced a mixed bag of conditions in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. ...[more]

2014 Aquece Rio International Sailing Regatta - Day 3 By ISAF, , 12:25 PM Wed 6 Aug 2014
2014 Aquece Rio International Sailing Regatta - The two years to go until the Rio 2016 Olympic Games milestone was celebrated at the Aquece Rio – International Sailing Regatta 2014 as the 324 sailors from 34 nations experienced a mixed bag of conditions in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. ...[more]

2016 Rio Olympic Games - Australian Sailing Team warming up in Rio By Cora Zillich, , 12:47 PM Tue 5 Aug 2014
2016 Rio Olympic and Paralympic Games - With two years to go to the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, selected crews of the Australian Sailing Team are currently in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil at the Olympic Sailing venue of Guanabara Bay for Rio’s first Olympic test event. Officially titled 'Aquece Rio – International Sailing Regatta 2014', the regatta is the first of all Olympic test events and the first of tw ...[more]

2016 Olympics: Brazil successfully improving water quality By Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz, , 10:26 AM Mon 4 Aug 2014
Top international photographer, Juerg Knaufmann (SUI) has been in Rio de Janeiro at the venue for the 2016 Sailing Olympics and reports that the serious issues surrounding the water pollution at the race venue are being mitigated. ...[more]

America's Cup - Ben Ainslie Racing strengthens British Challenge By Sarah Alexander, , 2:31 AM Fri 1 Aug 2014
Ben Ainslie Racing (BAR) have today revealed six additions to their British America’s Cup Challenge. The new team members will significantly strengthen BAR’s bid to bring the Cup back home to British waters. Britain’s Paul Campbell-James has joined the sailing team and brings a great deal of technical knowledge, combined with a solid record as both a mono and multi-hull racer. ...[more]

Help clean up the sailing water at Rio - Image Gallery By Juerg Kaufmann, , 4:49 PM Thu 31 Jul 2014
Top international sailing photographer, Juerg Kaufmann (SUI) is in Rio for the first of two Olympic Test events. Like many others in the sailing community he is most unhappy about the quality of the water at the Olympic venue. Sailing has always prided itself on being an environmentally proud sport. ...[more]

Australian Sailing Team in Rio for first Olympic test event By Cora Zillich, , 12:24 PM Thu 31 Jul 2014
Selected crews of the Australian Sailing Team have arrived in Rio de Janeiro to compete at the first Olympic test event in the lead up to the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. ...[more]

Rio 2016 Paralympics - Tasmanian sailors on the Road to Rio By Peter Campbell, , 10:48 PM Wed 30 Jul 2014
Paralympic sailor Matt Bugg heads for Canada this week in a bid to again qualify Australia as a nation a place at the Rio 2016 Paralympics. Bugg, who will be sailing in the International 2.4mR class in which he finished seventh overall at the London 2012 Paralympics, is one of five Tasmanians seeking a berth at the Rio Olympic and Paralympic Games. ...[more]

America's Cup: Group agrees to co-operate in London Meeting By Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz, , 3:28 AM Wed 30 Jul 2014
The invited group of European Challengers along with the Defender have agreed to co-operate on some matters associated with the America's Cup. The European Challengers have made a U-Turn in just over two weeks on the issue of a venue for the 35th America's Cup ...[more]

America's Cup: Two AC72 skippers discuss Foiling Moths and the Cup By Beau Outteridge, , 11:15 PM Tue 29 Jul 2014
On the final day of the Moth Worlds, Beau Outteridge caught up with two America's Cup helmsmen: Chris Draper (Luna Rossa Challenge) and Nathan Outteridge (Artemis Racing). Check out this video where they discuss the relevance of the Moth Class to the America's Cup. ...[more]

America's Cup: Alameda makes overtures on Venue hosting for San Fran By Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz, , 8:00 PM Tue 29 Jul 2014
The City of Alameda has made a late play for the Venue hosting for the 35th America's Cup, with the release of a letter from the Mayor, Marie Gilmore. The letter appears to be an initiative from the City's America's Cup Committee, formed in the run-up to the 34th America's Cup to maximise benefits of that event for the City and Alameda district. ...[more]

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