- America's Cup Teams Back on the WaterEmirates Team New Zealand, Luna Rossa, and Oracle Team USA practice in their AC72s on San Francisco Bay on May 23, shortly after the no-sailing recommendation from the Review Committee expired.
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May 23, 2013Safety for America's CupAmerica's Cup Regatta Director Iain Murray shared his safety recommendations on May 22 at a meeting with the four competing teams and the America’s Cup Event Authority.
May 15, 2013America's Cup "Remains On Track"At a briefing on May 14, America's Cup organizers announced the summer event will remain on track after the tragic events of May 9. Since then, the Review Committee has recommended all teams suspend AC72 and AC45 sailing.
May 14, 2013Late But Far From Lastby Michelle SladeLuna Rossa skipper Chris Draper shares the Italian team's progress headed into San Francisco.
May 9, 2013Artemis Capsizes AC72by The EditorsAndrew Simpson died tragically after Artemis Racing capsized its AC72 during training on Thursday, May 9. The two-time British Olympian was trapped underneath the boat.
May 3, 2013Young and On Fireby Michelle SladeAustralian Tom Slingsby took the helm of Oracle Team USA's AC45 at the America's Cup World Series in Naples with a goal: to prove he's just as much a helmsman as a tactician.