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The man regarded as "the America's Cup authority" has launched a scathing attack on the current regatta, labelling it the biggest mess since 1988's big boat fiasco, believing catamarans have no place in the event and hoping Team New Zealand can win
The battle between the two Kiwi teams is shaping as an interesting sub-plot to the Red Bull Youth America's Cup. The youth regatta, which features 10 teams from eight different countries, started in San Francisco yesterday with two fleet races.
Having been a part of so many past America's Cup races as a competitor, can you ever see yourself trying to compete in the America's Cup again or has sailing, like other sports, become a younger man's game as the boats get much faster? At the age of
For most of Arlington Million Day, luck was in absolute abundance. Huge crowd, beautiful weather, great racing, a national TV audience ... things couldn't have been going any better on the track's showcase day. That's why when it ended with a thud
Three San Diegans will be sailing on one of the two United State entries entered in the inaugural Red Bull Youth America's Cup later this summer on San Francisco Bay. Nevin Snow, Jake Reynolds and Jake LaDow will make up a third of the crew on Team
Suggested Topics Britain's defending world match racing champion slipped to third in the 2013 standings after losing the sudden death third place playoff in the Korea Cup to New Zealand's Adam Minoprio. Williams and his Team GAC Pindar had stormed
The unveiling of the new catamarans by defenders Oracle and Swedish challengers Artemis Racing will be crucial to their chances of America's Cup success because neither of their first generation boats are capable of lifting sport's oldest trophy.
Dubai-based crew sail to victory in convincing fashion in the third edition of the region's only long-distance offshore race, ahead of BAE Systems (2nd) and EFG Bank (Monaco) (3rd). Nine world-class crews, including a host of elite sailors from the
Equal on points and beaten only by the tie-break, Ben Ainslie ended a hectic week in San Francisco in second place of the fleet racing at the America's Cup World Series. The five times Olympic medallist came back from a pre-start penalty in the high-
Brian Billings was elected the president of the Match Racing Association. The past commodore of the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club and current chairman of the Argo Gold Cup was elected at the annual general meeting held on August 31 during the Knickbocker