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The Artemis Racing yacht is towed to shore after capsizing in the San Francisco Bay. British yacht-racing champion Andrew

Lack of progress in safety provisions frustrating America's Cup in wake of Andrew Simpson death

Just two of original 37 proposals have been incorporated into the rules following death of British sailor

Jose Mourinho leaves after addressing the press

Jose Mourinho returns to Chelsea older, wiser, richer... but still hungry

The manager insists he is older and wiser than his first time at Chelsea

Dressing table: Father's Day gifts

Further than their favourite fragrance, many men don't take much interest in lotions and potions. So Father's Day is the perfect opportunity to treat them to smellies of the 'fancy' variety.

Artemis in race to make America’s Cup start line

Andrew ‘Bart’ Simpson’s team, the Swedish America’s Cup challenger Artemis Racing is to try and take part in the elimination trials which start in San Francisco in four weeks, but they do not expect to be able to race until up to a month after that.

The 10 Best men’s T-shirts

Forget about a plain white tee and add some summer fun to your wardrobe with this bold and bright selection

Double Olympic medallist Andrew 'Bart' Simpson has been killed in a training accident on the Swedish America's Cup challenger Artemis

Safety recommendations unveiled for the America's Cup following death of Andrew 'Bart' Simpson

The British Olympian died during training for the race

Postcard from... Milan

You’ve been framed: Sunglasses of the season

Don’t miss a second of any brief appearance the sun might make: Gemma Hayward and Emma Akbareian choose the sunglasses of the season and explain who should wear which and why

Safety first: Nick Hutton and Pierluigi De Felice of Luna Rossa show off their protective gear, which team boss Patrizio Bertelli wants enhanced

America's Cup sailors may wear body armour following death of Andrew "Bart" Simpson

Competitors in this year's America's Cup may wear a revolutionary body armour and stronger helmets to protect them from the sort of accident that killed British sailor Andrew "Bart" Simpson.

Missoni and his wife Rosita take to the catwalk after presenting their 2004 spring/summer collection

Ottavio Missoni: Fashion designer who transformed the world of luxury knitwear

Rosita developed the shape of the range while Ottavio was the colourist and technician

Carey Mulligan as Daisy Buchanan in 'The Great Gatsby'

Fashion foists flapper fringing on to shoppers to coincide with release of The Great Gatsby

Retailers are desperately trying to foist flapper fringing and all things Jazz Age on to shoppers to coincide with the long-awaited release of The Great Gatsby. But, with the great Miuccia Prada designing some of the costumes for the big-screen version, everything else just pales into insignificance – no matter how many paillettes it’s been strewn with.

You last-minute dropouts are causing a flakiness epidemic

It seems the current social trend is to rack-up a number of options for one’s Saturday night and then decide, last minute, which is the most appealing

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