Jury , foreground left to right : Bryan Willis, David Tillett (chairman), John Doerr, Josje Hofland. Missing : Graham McKenzie
Left, and going clockwise: Tom Ehman (Golden Gate Yacht Club), Paul Cayard (Artemis Racing), Melinda Erkelens (AR), Dave Perry (AR), Grant Simmer (Oracle Racing Team USA), Richard Slater (ORTUSA).
Facing the jury: Stephen Barclay (America’s Cup Event Authority), Sam Hollis(ACEA), Hamish Ross (America’s Cup Race Management) , Iain Murray (ACRM), Nick Nicholson (chief measurer)
Right of the jury top to bottom: Marco Mercuriali (Luna Rossa), Luis Saenz (LR), Aaron J. Foxworthy (LR), Ausra Deluard (Emirates Team New Zealand), Russell Green (ETNZ)

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Skippers pose with the America's Cup trophy. From left to right are Luna Rossa Challenge's Max Sirena, Team Oracle USA's Jimmy Spithill, Emirates Team New Zealand's Dean Barker and Artemis Racing's Iain Percy.

Italians carry out threat refusing to race on opening day of America’s Cup

Italian America’s Cup challenger Luna Rossa has carried out its threat to pull out of Sunday’s opening race of the Louis Vuitton Cup in San Francisco.

Trenton Oldfield after he was pulled from the River Thames when he temporarily halted the Boat Race last year

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Trenton Oldfield after he was pulled from the River Thames when he temporarily halted the Boat Race last year

Boat race protester Trenton Oldfield brands deportation plans as his wife waits to give birth 'extremist'

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.

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

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Human-shaped figures and pendants of whale ivory strung on fine plaited coir cords. Probably presented to Lady Gordon, 1875 - 80, Fiji.

Review: Chiefs and Governors: Art and Power in Fiji, Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Cambridge

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.

Britain’s Ian Williams wins German match racing grand prix

A win in the German match racing grand prix gave a flying start to the defending champion, Britain’s Ian Williams, and a boost to his Team GAC Pindar campaign to win a record five world titles on the Alpari World Match Racing Tour.

The Oxford University boat crew (L) competes against the Cambridge University crew during the annual boat race

Radio 4 presenter Laurie Taylor offended listeners with 'cox sackers' gag, Trust rules

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.

Britain rules the waves to bring home ten medals from Hyeres

Three golds, four silvers and three bronzes proved a satisfying haul for Britain’s Olympic sailing squad from the World Cup event in Hyeres.

Established campaigner Alison Young put in a steely performance in the Laser Radial event

Seven Palma World Cup golds for British sailors

Palma World Cup golds for Alison Young and Giles Scott topped the seven-medal haul for Britain’s sailors at the conclusion of the Princess Sofia Trophy in Mallorca yesterday.

The Oxford University boat crew (L) competes against the Cambridge University crew during the annual boat race

Rowing: Matthew Pinsent eyes umpire role in women's university boat race

Sir Matthew Pinsent would relish the opportunity to umpire the first ever women's Boat Race to be held on the Championship course between Putney and Mortlake when the event moves from Henley in 2015.

Boat Race passes without incident after Royal Marine Commandos patrol Thames route and police monitor Twitter in attempt to stop 'copycat' protests

Organisers were anxious to avoid a repeat of last year when the race was disrupted by a protester

Oxford comfortably beat Cambridge in 159th Boat Race

Oxford University beat Cambridge by a length and a half to win the 159th BNY Mellon Boat Race.

In memory: Acer dunked after Oxford’s 2005 win

Rowing: Acer in the pack inspires Oxford's Boat Race crew

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.

The Oxford crew look on as protester Trenton Oldfield swims in the water

Rowing: Boat Race calls in the Marines to prevent any more protests

Service boats will patrol Thames as review of last year's chaos prompts greater security presence

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