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America’s Cup: The Future is foiling – AC45s to be modified By America's Cup, , 8:25 PM Wed 17 Sep 2014
The six America’s Cup teams have agreed to a project that will see the existing fleet of AC45 catamarans modified into fully foiling catamarans for racing in the America’s Cup World Series (ACWS). The teams have also committed to continue to race the foiling AC45s on the America’s Cup World Series circuit in 2018, following the conclusion of the 35th America’s Cup in 2017. ...[more]


America's Cup: Ben Ainslie Racing launches partnership with Yamaha By Sail-World, , 7:21 PM Wed 17 Sep 2014
Ben Ainslie Racing (BAR) Team Principal, Sir Ben Ainslie, launched a new team partnership with Yamaha Motor in the UK. The occasion was the presentation of the first of the BAR team’s new 9.8m Scorpion Serket RIB chase boats, with twin Yamaha F225 engines, delivered at the Southampton Boat Show. ...[more]


Rio 2016 Daylight the issue for Olympic sailing regatta By Rob Kothe & Jedda Murphy, , 2:29 PM Wed 17 Sep 2014
London 2012 49 Olympic Gold Medallist Nathan Outteridge signals major issue with Rio 2016 regatta Plenty of boat park time at Santander World 2014 as the race organisers struggle to keep racing on track in light airs and in discussions this week, the Australian gave this assessment of a major issue looming for the sailing regatta in 2016 ...[more]


America's Cup: Luna Rossa sailing with two foiling AC45's + Video By Luna Rossa Media, , 8:06 AM Sun 14 Sep 2014
After Luna Rossa Piranha, who has been sailing since July 1st, today Luna Rossa Swordfish – the second AC45 with which the team is developing its design and training for the 35th America’s Cup – also started sailing again in Cagliari. The Protocol of the 35th America’s Cup in fact allows the modification of any component of the AC45 catamarans – used in past editions of the America’s Cup World ...[more]


America's Cup: Bob Fisher on the state of the Cup By Bob Fisher, , 10:34 PM Thu 11 Sep 2014
The much-vaunted America’s Cup Press Conference in London was anti-climatic in every respect. There was nothing new to announce except to introduce the new Commercial Commissioner to the assembled company that had arrived from far and wide. All were agreed that it was a waste of time and money. ...[more]


America's Cup: 'Stay positive' says Spithill to Barker in London By TV3 News, , 6:54 PM Wed 10 Sep 2014
It is almost exactly a year ago that Oracle won the America's Cup, but time hasn't healed the rift between rivals Jimmy Spithill and Dean Barker. The two were seated next to each other at the London press conference. For three-quarters of an hour, Barker and Spithill managed to avoid eye contact - not even a glance when Spithill admitted Barker was a favourite among the five challengers. ...[more]


British Sailing Team join forces with Zhik for new clothing range By British Sailing Team, , 6:48 AM Wed 10 Sep 2014
The British Sailing Team has joined forces with its technical clothing partner Zhik to provide a limited edition retail range which is available to buy online. Tested and proven, Zhik gear is the clear winning choice of Olympic and World Champions around the world. The British Sailing Team has been enjoying the fantastic range of Zhik products ...[more]


America's Cup: Images from the Skippers Media Conference in London By Gilles Martin-Raget/ACEA, , 6:25 AM Wed 10 Sep 2014
Image gallery from the America's Cup Media Conference held in London. Skippers attending included Max Sirena (Luna Rossa), Franck Cammas (Team France), Ben Ainslie (Ben Ainslie Racing), Dean Barker (Emirates Team NZ), Nathan Outteridge (Artemis Racing) and Jimmy Spithill (Oracle Team USA). ...[more]


America's Cup teams already plotting course to victory By America's Cup Media, London, UK , 5:43 AM Wed 10 Sep 2014
It's one of the most important times in an America's Cup campaign. The beginning. Get things right in the early stages, and it will be easier later. That's the position the sailors representing the six America's Cup teams were taking on Tuesday during a press conference in London as they assessed how they’ve played the opening gambits in their campaigns for sailing’s oldest prize. ...[more]


America's Cup: Technical issues overshadow Media Conference By Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz, , 8:56 PM Tue 9 Sep 2014
An America's Cup Media Conference called for London, UK got underway with the live coverage failing to fire. In fact of the expected hour of coverage, the broadcast did not start until 17 minutes before the end. The full replay is now available. ...[more]


America's Cup: Media Conference from London - Replay By Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz, , 7:18 PM Tue 9 Sep 2014
Skippers from the six teams of the 35th America's Cup werer introduced at a press conference in London on Tuesday, September 9th. The press conference was scheduled to start at 11:00am in the UK, and was to be streamed live, on Sail-World.com. ...[more]


Rio 2016: No Vacation - a unique Swiss sailing team HD video from Rio By Juerg Kaufmann, , 5:18 AM Tue 9 Sep 2014
Top international sailing and extreme photographer, Juerg Kaufmann (SUI) was in Rio de Janerio for the recent Olympic test event. Perhaps better known for his America's Cup and other sailing events, and of course being Swiss, he loves his mountains. Kaufmann always wants to be unique. This is certainly different, and a very skilful use of images and camera techniques in this High Definition video. ...[more]


Louis Vuitton Cup: Image tribute to Yves Carcelle By Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz, , 8:27 PM Wed 3 Sep 2014
In this image gallery, Carlo Borlenghi covers Yves Carcelle's involvement and enthusiasm for the Louis Vuitton Cup, sharing those moments with the characters of the Cup. ...[more]


America's Cup: Louis Vuitton Cup's Yves Carcelle dies at 66 By Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz, , 8:08 AM Mon 1 Sep 2014
Yves Carcelle a long time supporter and backer of the Louis Vuitton Cup and the Challenger Series for the America's Cup has died of cancer at the age of 66yrs. Carcelle led Louis Vuitton's sponsorship and involvement in the America's Cup from the front. ...[more]


America's Cup: Wild Oats AC45 flying in Paradise - Video By Nic Douglass, , 7:14 PM Fri 29 Aug 2014
The Oatley's latest yacht - the wing sailed AC45 renamed Wild Oats, was in action at Audi Hamilton Island Race Week. Nic Douglass compiled this video as she worked her way through the fleet ...[more]


America's Cup: Oracle Team USA sailors place on world regatta circuits By Sail-World, , 8:12 AM Fri 29 Aug 2014
Oracle Team USA sailors have spent much of 2014 competing individually at various events around the world, looking to keep their skills sharp against top-flight competition. According to the team, the results have impressive. ...[more]


America's Cup: 'The Doc' appointed as Commercial Commissioner By Sail-World.com, , 5:27 AM Fri 29 Aug 2014
America’s Cup organizers have appointed Dr. Harvey Schiller as Commercial Commissioner for the 35th America’s Cup. The role of Commercial Commissioner is new to the America’s Cup. Dr. Schiller will be responsible for supervising, managing and protecting the commercial interests of the America’s Cup. He will work closely with all of the competitors, the Regatta Director and the America’s Cup Ev ...[more]


America's Cup: New brand and image partnership announced with SME By SME Media, , 6:21 AM Sun 24 Aug 2014
The America's Cup Event Authority has partnered with SME, Inc. New York to develop a new brand strategy, identity and architecture for the organization and 35th America's Cup. SME's challenge for this assignment is to develop a brand that represents in equal parts the history/heritage of this global sports icon while capturing the innovative aspect of the event ...[more]


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]


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