Three of the America's Cup defence team have been banned from taking any further part in the sport's pinnacle event, which starts in California on Saturday.
Emirates Team New Zealand will go head to head with Oracle Team USA for the America’s Cup next month.
Honorary Brit takes the day's main spoils as the AAM Cowes Week continues
Cup is one of the top two trophies in the AAM Cowes Week
The rain poured down on the first day of the Isle of Wight 2013, but hardened festival goers remained unfazed despite the muddy conditions.
Thousands of music-lovers have been piling on to ferries to the Isle of Wight for the first of the major summer music festivals.
From tears and sorrow on Friday to smiles and triumph on Saturday, Ben Ainslie set a searing sub three hours new record in the Round the Island Race in tribute to his old friend and fellow Olympic gold medallist Andrew ‘Bart’ Simpson.
A £27 million museum for Henry VIII’s flagship, the ‘Mary Rose’, will be opened later in Portsmouth, reuniting the ship with thousands of its artefacts after they were salvaged 30 years ago.
Quiet woodlands and historic churches dot the river's path as it weaves across the Isle of Wight. Mark Rowe meanders with it
In Nelson’s navy, it was a necessity. In modern Britain, it is perhaps more of an emotional impulse. But whatever the motive, burial at sea carries on, just as it has done for hundreds of years.
Minister sets out scheme for UK’s biggest prison despite warnings that concept is discredited
Bestival organisers are to hold a benefit concert in honour of those killed and injured in a bus crash as they returned from the Isle of Wight music festival last year.
More than 150 libraries have been closed or put into the hands of volunteers in the past year owing to the Government spending squeeze, with a further 225 at risk as councils look for ways of finding savings, according to research released last night.
The clean-up starts as public urged to stay vigilant and the Met Office warns of further heavy rainfall
When Glastonbury decided to take a year off in 2012, it must have seemed like a golden opportunity to the organisers of the Isle of Wight festival to temporarily take its place as the first big event of the summer music season.
Hundreds of revellers have been forced to sleep in their cars after traffic became gridlocked when the Isle of Wight Festival site turned into a mudbath caused by heavy rains.