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America's Cup teams will stay off the water until the middle of next week as experts continue to assess the safety of the AC72 class after Artemis' fatal training accident last week. Comment?
The Artemis Racing AC72 catamaran lies capsized after turning over during training in San Francisco Bay on May 9. Sailor Andrew Simpson was killed during the incident. Comment?
US Sailing Team Sperry Top-Sider announced an extension of its partnership with Jaguar Therapeutics of Miami, Fla., naming its new 3200 square-foot facility an official fitness center of the team. Comment?
The Italian team in the America's Cup said it will continue in the event - a positive sign for the competition that is reeling from the death of a sailor on the Swiss team. Comment?
"I am tremendously pleased that due to increased and unexpected precipitation over the weekend the Lake Huron/Georgian Bay water levels have risen to a level sufficient for the Chi-Cheemaun ferry to dock safely at the Tobermory and South Baymouth ferry docks," said Minister Gravelle in a statement. Comment?
The owner of the Italian entry in the America's Cup sailing races says his boat will compete this summer, but he's seeking new safety measures after the death of a sailor on another crew during a training run last week. Comment?
THE DAILY TIMES Maryville's Kayla Tilley takes the throw from catcher Haley Hilliard and applies the tag to Daniel Boone's Abby Harrison, recording the out at second base during Maryville's 6-1 Class AAA sectional win at Everett Park Friday night. Comment?
Following the first meeting of the America's Cup Review Committee on Thursday in San Francisco, all America's Cup teams, including the defender and all challengers, have been asked to suspend all sailing in AC72 and AC45 catamarans until the middle of next week. Comment?
The head of the Italian sailing team in the America's Cup called on Friday for lowering limits on wind speeds and other safety measures to make the regatta less dangerous following a deadly accident last week. Comment?
America's Cup , the oldest and most prestigious sailing competition, has hit some choppy water. Comment?
Clouds hung over the America's Cup sailing regatta on Friday after investigators asked the teams to temporarily halt practicing on blustery San Francisco bay following a deadly accident last week. Comment?
As America's Cup officials investigate the tragic drowning of Olympian Andrew Simpson last week in San Francisco, some in the sailing community are questioning the safety of the ultra-fast high tech catamarans featured in the upcoming race. Comment?
A very special visitor is expected to sail into Somerset this Whitsun holiday on a search for some lost treasure rumoured to be hidden in the depths of Wookey Hole Caves. Comment?
No one was hurt when the 30-foot sailing vessel Caribou III went aground in high surf near Mala rocky shoreline. Comment?
Compared to the last four budgets, this year's reflects an economy moving out of recession and into calmer waters. Comment?
Waikiki Yacht Club 's Sailing Director Guy Fleming recently announced the club's multi-tiered Summer Sailing Program for 2013. Comment?
May 15, 2013 Uncle Sam wants you! That is, he wants you to spend your Individual Retirement Account in a manner that he finds appropriate, says independent retirement advisor Gary Marriage, Jr. Comment?
Spain's King Juan Carlos is giving up a USD 27-million yacht named Fortuna, officials say, as his subjects weather a biting recession and record unemployment. Comment?
Outstanding: Hussain Al Jabri and Intisar Al Toubi receiving a Rolex watch from Khimji Ramdas as winners of the Outstanding Male and Female Sailors at a function held at the Al Bustan Palace Hotel, Muscat. Comment?
More than 3,000 bottles of wine have been sailed into London by a new company keen to demonstrate the environmental benefits of old-fashioned wind power. Comment?