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2008OlympicCrazyGlasses

by Sail Staff, Posted August 9, 2008

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Friendly Competition

by David Schmidt, Posted August 7, 2008

CREEEEEEEEEEK.

Five heads snap toward the boom as an eerie sound emanates from the gooseneck on our Freedom 30. There were once four bolts binding the boom to the fitting, but now only two remain, and, judging from the groans of the metal-on-metal joint, this is one marriage that will likely be separated by death. And soon.

“Traveler up, main out two inches,” barks Rod


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BMW Oracle Appeals Court Ruling

by Sail Staff, Posted August 3, 2008
A terse statement from BMW Oracle Racing announces the expected appeal of last week's court ruling:

Valencia, Spain, 1 August 2008: The Golden Gate Yacht Club (GGYC) said today it has lodged an appeal against this week’s decision of the Appellate Division of the New York State Supreme Court.“We believe the Challenger of Record has to be a real yacht club. It cannot be something


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SHOCKER DECISION IN NY COURT

by Sail Staff, Posted July 29, 2008
The New York State Supreme Court's Appellate Division ruled 3-2 on Tuesday that Club Nautico Espanol de Vela is the legitimate challenger of record for America's Cup 33. This decision according power to an entity that was gathering dust (did they even bother to pretend to hold an annual regatta this year?) reinstates CNEV's right to negotiate terms of the next competition with the current Cup
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David Wright Takes Laser North Americans

by Sail Staff, Posted July 27, 2008
July 27, 2008

Canadian David Wright nailed the Laser North American Championship completed today on San Francisco Bay, skipping the final race with a comfortable margin and turning his attention next to the Laser Slalom, a classic that is being revived Monday through Wednesday.

The epic Slaloms of decades past were sailed in winds of 25 knots or more over


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