One more victory would see them through to the final where Emirates Team New Zealand await
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Time is running out for Swedish America’s Cup challenger Artemis, whose sailing director is Iain Percy, after going two down to the Italians in the semi-final of the Louis Vuitton Cup elimination series.
Cup is one of the top two trophies in the AAM Cowes Week
The Australian protester who spent two months in prison after disrupting last year’s Oxford and Cambridge boat race yesterday accused the Government of “extremist” behaviour after he was ordered to leave the country by the Home Office.
Just two of original 37 proposals have been incorporated into the rules following death of British sailor
Necklaces made from whale ivory and fish hooks of ivory, pearl and turtle shell were part of a lavish system of gifts between Fiji’s chiefs and their first British governor in the nineteenth century.
The Radio 4 presenter Laurie Taylor seriously offended listeners when he used the words "cox sackers" during a discussion about a rowing team, the BBC Trust has ruled.
Organisers were anxious to avoid a repeat of last year when the race was disrupted by a protester
Oxford University beat Cambridge by a length and a half to win the 159th BNY Mellon Boat Race.
When Oxford University's 18-metre vessel appears from Westminster Boat House today, etched on to its bow in black print will be the name Acer. It is only a small emblem but its resonance bears a fuller story: a warming tribute to a former cox, Acer Nethercott.
Service boats will patrol Thames as review of last year's chaos prompts greater security presence
Britain has failed to raise a team for the Youth America’s Cup. As the deadline for entries closed on 31 October, all three attempts, one of which planned to race under the Ben Ainslie Racing banner.
Two events on the same piece of water can lead to problems, not least as the deciding, fifth race of the French Match Race semi-final kept Britain’s Ian Williams and the Australian Keith Swinton stooging around for over an hour and half as the MOD70s started two races off Marseille.
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An Olympic gold medallist, formerly British now firmly American, and a newly minted silver medallist, formerly Welsh now also happily British, were among an ovation of Olympians cascading on to Cardiff Bay on Thursday for the Extreme Sailing grand prix. But the American, Anna Tunnicliffe, was rushed to hospital with a gashed knee at the end of the first day’s racing in Cardiff for the Extreme Sailing Series.