June 20, 2012The Official Guide of the America's Cup World Series-
June 20, 2012Meet the Boat: The AC45
The AC45 is a lean, mean, speed macJune 14, 2012120614_Coutts_VeniceRussell Coutts (foreground) returned to racing action at the Venice stop of the 2011-'12 America's Cup World Series, crewing for helmsman Darren Bundock. After a disappointing performance from Oracle Team USA's second boat, Coutts will return to the helm for the Newport stop.June 13, 2012The Best of the Best: Highlight Videos from the America's Cup World Series 2011-2012Think you know sailboat racing? The AC45 brings a whole new boatload of excitement, danger, and thrill to the sport, making it more visual and entrancing than ever before. Capable of speeds of up to 30 knots, the catamarans must still remain nimble enough to maneuver successfully on the tight racecourses.June 1, 2012AC World Series, Venice, Part IIPhotos from the final two days of the America's Cup World Series stop in Venice, Italy, by Steven Tsuchiya.May 15, 2012Arzanà City of Venice RegattaPhotos of the practice regatta run the weekend before the America's Cup World Series stop in Venice, Italy. All photos by America's Cup journalist, historian, and photographer Steven Tsuchiya.May 11, 2012Loïck Peyron's Sexy New America's CupAfter a few events away, Loïck Peyron steps back onto the helm of the Energy Team AC45. However, the team's primary focus is on securing the necessary sponsorship to build an AC72.May 11, 2012120511_Loïck_PeyronAfter two events with Yann Guichard driving the Energy Team AC45, team co-founder Loïck Peyron will return to the helm for the Venice and Newport, R.I., stops on the America's Cup World Series tour. Peyron says that going forward, even onboard the teams AC72, he and Guichard will share the helming responsibilities.May 10, 2012Fantasy Sailing League: America's Cup World Series, VeniceSummer is right around the corner, which means now is the time to grab a new spray jacket, a pair of gloves, or a rigging knife. You could head over to West Marine and buy them, or you could compete in our Fantasy Sailing League and maybe win one of those key piece of sailing gear.January 31, 2012Much Still Up in the Air Regarding 34th Cup, and the Clock is TickingA competitors' forum in Auckland highlights the progress made by America's Cup Race Management, and the long way still to go.
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