Sport Oracle Team USA tactician Ben Ainslie participates in a dock out ceremony before the start of race six of the America's Cup finals against Emirates Team New Zealand skippered by Dean Barker in San Francisco

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Britain's best young hopes for success in the doublehanded Transat Jacques Vabre have become the latest victims of gear failure.

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Lalou Roucayrol and Mayeul Riffel are just short of Lisbson

Gulf states could have clinical screenings to 'detect' homosexuals and stop them entering the country

Routine clinical screenings of expatriates entering Gulf Cooperation Countries (GCC) such as Kuwait could be introduced

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A British ornithologist working in Oman was able to track the unfamiliar hoots of a bird previously unknown to science

Heave ho me hearties! Chris Grube (left) and Tudur Owen put their backs into racing Team Wales as the local team, supported at each regatta in the Extreme Sailing Series by sponsor Land Rover, joins the fray in Cardiff Bay

Cardiff hosts Extreme Sailing Series regatta - and receives boost from China

With a re-shuffled cast of players, Cardiff has also become the launch city for a new Chinese yacht racing team as it hosts this weekend’s Extreme Sailing Series regatta for the second year in succession.

Niklas Zennstrôm’s 72-foot Rán added to its impressive haul of silverware to take the Buckingham Coronation Challenge Bowl in AAM Cowes Week

Sweden's Niklas Zennstrom takes the Buckingham Coronation Challenge Bowl in Cowes

Honorary Brit takes the day's main spoils as the AAM Cowes Week continues

Sidney Gavignet celebrates leg victory with his crew

Sidney Gavignet fends off overall leader Sebastien Josse as third offshore leg goes down to the wire

Gavignet claims second leg victory after facing stiff competition from Josse on Dublin to Plymouth leg

Yann Guichard’s MOD70 Spindrift leads the charge out of Lisbon on the second leg of the Route des Princes to Dublin.

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Guichard claims secondlong-leg victory to trail leader by just two points

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Tim Cahill pulls a goal back for Australia against Oman in a World Cup qualifier

Late goal saves Australia from humiliating defeat to Oman

Australia's poor start to World Cup qualification continues

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