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America's Cup: Loick Peyron re-signs with Sweden's Artemis Racing By Irene Corosu, Alameda, USA , 10:19 PM Thu 13 Mar 2014
Artemis Racing announced today that French sailing legend Loïck Peyron has committed his future to the Swedish team as a member of the design group and helmsman. Following his role as technical coach and helmsman during the 34th America’s Cup, Loïck brings his renowned versatility and unparalleled experience to Artemis Racing. Includes video ...[more]

America's Cup: Australia versus USA on Sydney Harbour By Sail-World.com/nz, , 9:16 AM Wed 12 Mar 2014
Oracle Team USA and Team Australia, the Defender and Challenger of Record respectively, are currently in training/racing sessions on Sydney Harbour, sailing AC45's. Oracle Team USA sailing team manager and tactician Tom Slingsby is enthusiastic about his team's first days on the harbour. ...[more]

America's Cup: Larry on the Big Picture for AC35 By Sail-World, , 8:25 AM Wed 12 Mar 2014
Oracle Team USA principal, Larry Ellison explains his vision for the 35th America's Cup and the lead-in. From Julian Guthrie, author of 'The Billionaire and the Mechanic' - this is an extra section added after Oracle Team USA's victory in the 34th America's Cup. ...[more]

America's Cup: Team Australian Launch and Iain Murray interview By Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz, , 9:01 PM Mon 10 Mar 2014
Geoff Waller of Boats on TV presents a video and speeches on the occasion of the christening of Team Australia's AC45, followed by an interview with Team Australia CEO, iain Murray. For a breath of fresh air into an America's Cup challenge this is a must see. ...[more]

America's Cup: Second US sailor joins Oracle Team USA By Oracle Team USA, , 6:45 AM Mon 10 Mar 2014
American Andrew Campbell is the newest recruit to join Oracle Team USA and he is making his debut with the team during its training camp in Sydney Australia this week. Following up his college sailing with Olympic campaigns in the Laser and Star class, Campbell sailed for the United States in the Laser in the 2008 Olympic Games in China. And it’s from a relationship formed in the Laser that he ...[more]

America's Cup: Radio slur results in retraction and settlement By Richard Gladwell Sail-World.com/nz, , 9:52 AM Sat 8 Mar 2014
Leading sports radio station, Radio Sport, has made an on-air retraction of comments relating to salaries paid to former members of Team New Zealand. The comments by host, Martin Devlin, came during an hour long segment on the America's Cup and Team New Zealand's past and future direction. ...[more]

America’s Cup – Meet the sailing crew for Oracle Team USA By Oracle Team USA, , 10:26 AM Fri 7 Mar 2014
Oracle Team USA skipper Jimmy Spithill and tactician/sailing team manager Tom Slingsby have introduced the crew who are participating in the team’s first training camp of the new America’s Cup cycle. ...[more]

America's Cup: Australian Sailing Team pleased with Matt Belcher move By Cora Zillich, , 9:36 PM Thu 6 Mar 2014
At the Team Australia media launch Iain Murray, CEO Team Australia, said Hamilton Island Yacht Club was keen for the immense talents of Australia’s sailors to be showcased. In the upcoming training session on Sydney Harbour Team Australia will use the opportunity this week to rotate a number of crew through the boat, introducing them to the AC45 catamaran, as they race against Oracle Team USA. ...[more]

America's Cup: Team Australia gets back in the ring By Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.nz/com, , 8:18 PM Thu 6 Mar 2014
Video and images from the Team Australia launch of their AC45 launch and first sail in Sydney. On Thursday morning the Challenger of Record's AC45 was christened by Val Oatley, Bob Oatley's wife. Later that afternoon, she joined the America's Cup Defender, Oracle Team USA, for a work out on Sydney Harbour ...[more]

America's Cup: Belcher named as Team Australia helmsman for AC45 By Sail-World, , 11:29 AM Thu 6 Mar 2014
Hamilton Island Yacht Club (HIYC) has today set sail on its four-year Australian Challenge for the 35th America's Cup in 2017, with the announcement of Olympic Gold Medallist and ISAF Rolex Sailor of the Year, Mathew Belcher as its skipper and the christening of Team Australia’s AC45 catamaran. ...[more]

America's Cup: Team Australia to launch AC45 on Thursday By Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz, Auckland, NZ , 3:28 PM Tue 4 Mar 2014
Team Australia, the Challenger of Record for the 35th America's Cup is expected to launch their AC45 on Sydney harbour on Thursday morning. The team is expected to be sailing later that day an on the weekend. ...[more]

Emirates Team New Zealand update - From the A Class to Extreme 40s By Warren Douglas, , 8:54 PM Wed 19 Feb 2014
Emirates Team New Zealand is taking to the water in Singapore this week at the first of the Extreme 40 Series 2014 championships. Fresh from a remarkable success in the World A Class championships which ended in Auckland at the weekend, the sailing team steps up a notch in Singapore. ...[more]

America's Cup: Dean Barker on unsuccessful Cup bid By Richard Gladwell, , 7:55 AM Wed 12 Feb 2014
Emirates Team New Zealand's Dean Barker was interviewed on Tuesday evening in the top rating Paul Henry Show, broadcast on TV3, on the subject of his team's performance in the 2013 America's Cup. Particular focus was put on the granting of a lay day on September 16, 2013, when Emirates Team NZ was leading by 7-1, and the option of a layday was taken by senior management in the team. ...[more]

America's Cup: Defender names design team nucleus ahead of new Rule By Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz, , 9:57 PM Fri 7 Feb 2014
The America’s Cup Defenders, Oracle Team USA, have announced an 18 strong design team nucleus ahead of the 35th America's Cup. The team includes two designers poached from Emirates Team NZ - both are US nationals, in turn, two NZ designers with the US team for the 2013 America's Cup campaign are not amongst those listed today. ...[more]

America's Cup: Oracle Team USA design team powered by homegrown talent By Oracle Team USA Media, , 3:26 PM Fri 7 Feb 2014
The America’s Cup Defender, Oracle Team USA, has announced its design team for the 35th America’s Cup, while there are plenty of familiar faces , amongst the new ones are two former Emirates Team New Zealand designers. ...[more]

A Class Worlds: Strong Emirates Team NZ turn-out at Takapuna By Warren Douglas, , 10:56 PM Wed 5 Feb 2014
A strong Emirates Team New Zealand connection will be evident when the World A Class Catamaran championships is raced off Takapuna Beach, Auckland. The worlds, which start next Monday, will be preceded by the New Zealand Nationals which start Wednesday ...[more]

America's Cup winning skipper Jimmy Spithill seeks 3-peat By Peter Rusch, Oracle Team USA Media, , 8:41 AM Tue 4 Feb 2014
With focus on winning a third consecutive America’s Cup, Jimmy Spithill will return to Oracle Team USA as the team re-builds. The youngest skipper to ever lead a team to victory in the competition for the oldest trophy in international sport, Spithill says the lure of working with team principal Larry Ellison and CEO Russell Coutts again was too strong to ignore. ...[more]

America's Cup: Spithill re-signs lured by a 'three-peat' By Sail-World, , 7:45 AM Tue 4 Feb 2014
Jimmy Spithill (AUS) will return to Oracle Team USA as the team re-builds with a focus on winning its third consecutive America’s Cup. The youngest skipper to ever lead a team to victory in the competition for the oldest trophy in international sport, Spithill says the lure of working with team principal Larry Ellison and CEO Russell Coutts again was too strong to ignore. ...[more]

America's Cup: Melvin updates on the new Class Rule development By Americ'as Cup Media/Sail-World, , 6:53 AM Mon 3 Feb 2014
Pete Melvin has come a long way since the first boat he built as a 6-year old, which, unfortunately, would not float. But he didn’t let that initial setback discourage him. Now a respected and successful sailor, designer and engineer, Melvin has been hired by the Defender and Challenger of Record of the 35th America’s Cup and tasked with coming up with the class rule for a second consecutive ti ...[more]

Top Yachting Official recognised in Australia Day Honours List By Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/NZ, Auckland, NZ , 8:36 PM Mon 27 Jan 2014
One of the world's leading sailing administrators, David Tillett, has been recognised in the Australian Honours List. He has been made a Member of the Award of Australia. As a competitor, Tillett had early sailing success winning the World Cadet Championship. But it is as a yachting administrator that the Adelaide based lawyer has made his mark on the sport. ...[more]

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