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Thursday, May 29, 2003 - Page updated at 06:14 p.m.
 
SHARON GREEN/ONEWORLD CHALLENGE
Craig McCaw, OneWorld syndicate head, will mull his options about competing in the 2007 America's Cup, but is unlikely to race under the Seattle Yacht Club burgee.
America's Cup loss means big spenders will leave
Oracle Chairman Larry Ellison paid as much as $39,000 a month to berth his 244-foot yacht, Katana, in Auckland during this year's America's Cup sailing race. He frequented a waterfront... [12:00 A.M. Mar. 08, 2003]  
 
Ron C. Judd / Times staff columnist
OneWorld may fall into one-and-done group
OneWorld. OneTry? Alas, it might be true — even with the cards seemingly stacking up in favor of a second Seattle-based campaign for yachting's greatest prize. With the Swiss boat... [10:13 A.M. Apr. 28, 2003]  


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Sailing
America's Cup cake: Swiss bliss as Alinghi's sweep makes history
The stodgy old America's Cup has a new home, in a country without an ocean. Would you believe the America's Cup atop the Matterhorn? Landlocked Switzerland became the first European... [12:00 A.M. Mar. 02, 2003]
 
Sailing
America's Cup postponed again
Switzerland's pursuit of nautical history will have to wait. Race 5 of the America's Cup was postponed yesterday because of light wind on the uncooperative Hauraki Gulf. It was the seventh... [12:00 A.M. Mar. 01, 2003]
 
Sailing
New Zealand sailors are left all broken up
With a groan and a crack, Team New Zealand's mast came tumbling down, the latest America's Cup nightmare for a sailing crew that used to be perfect. The two-time defending champion... [12:00 A.M. Feb. 28, 2003]
 
Sailing
America's Cup: Fluky wind still keeps boats sidelined
There was no sailing again in the America's Cup yesterday, just some gamesmanship on another lazy afternoon on the Hauraki Gulf. Race 4 between Alinghi of Switzerland and Team... [09:23 A.M. Feb. 23, 2003]


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Sailing
America's Cup: Kiwis make crew change preparing for Race 4
The shifty winds of the Hauraki Gulf did Team New Zealand a favor. Race 4 was postponed until today because the gulf's fluky breezes were shifting by up to 30 degrees. Perhaps it merely delays... [01:52 P.M. Feb. 21, 2003]


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Sailing
America's Cup: Fourth race postponed; Alinghi still ahead 3-0
Race 4 of the America's Cup was postponed yesterday due to light, shifting winds, but not before Alinghi of Switzerland had a little fun with the race committee. The race is now... [12:00 A.M. Feb. 20, 2003]


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Sailing
America's Cup: Alinghi closing in on America's Cup title
Nothing but stern. That's what Alinghi of Switzerland showed beleaguered Team New Zealand all the way around the course, and the America's Cup is that much closer to going to Europe... [12:00 A.M. Feb. 18, 2003]
 
Sailing
Team New Zealand in deep water as Coutts, other Kiwis lead Alinghi
Team New Zealand never has been in this kind of trouble in the America's Cup. Then again, the Kiwis never sailed against a boatload of countrymen before. New Zealand-born skipper Russell... [12:00 A.M. Feb. 17, 2003]
 
Sailing
America's Cup: Swiss, skip sustain sailing success
Alinghi of Switzerland passed Team New Zealand on the downwind run to the finish and held on for a heart-stopping, seven-second victory yesterday and a 2-0 lead in the America's... [12:14 P.M. Feb. 16, 2003]
 
Sailing
America's Cup: Kiwis no competition as Alinghi takes lead
Team New Zealand's 10-race winning streak in the America's Cup was doomed before the Kiwis even got close to the first buoy. The two-time defending champions were forced to withdraw... [12:00 A.M. Feb. 15, 2003]


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Ron C. Judd / Times staff columnist
Winds of change: Alinghi has more experience
Swiss boat Alinghi has a chance to win the Cup — with some help from Kiwis who helped win the last one... [02:51 P.M. Feb. 14, 2003]


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Sailing
Alinghi ends Oracle's run for America's Cup
Switzerland's Alinghi advanced to the America's Cup final against Team New Zealand, beating Oracle in the sixth race of the Louis Vuitton Cup challenger series yesterday. The victory, aided by... [12:00 A.M. Jan. 19, 2003]
 
Sailing
Alinghi takes 4-1 series lead
Switzerland's Alinghi moved within a victory of advancing to the America's Cup final, erasing Oracle's early lead and winning by 13 seconds yesterday. The victory gave Alinghi... [12:00 A.M. Jan. 17, 2003]
 
Sailing
Oracle gets first challenger series win
San Francisco's Oracle sailed through shifting, tricky winds yesterday for its first victory in four races in the America's Cup challenger series. Facing the possibility of being... [12:00 A.M. Jan. 16, 2003]
 
Sailing
America's Cup: Alinghi wins third race after Oracle penalized
After two lopsided wins by the Swiss yacht Alinghi over Oracle in the America's Cup challenger final, yesterday's 61-second victory margin might look like a third. It was anything but... [03:54 P.M. Jan. 15, 2003]
 
Sailing
America's Cup: Return of OneWorld may hinge on Alinghi
A great cheer goes up among more than a dozen OneWorld crew members watching America's Cup sailing on the big screen at their team base. Larry Ellison's Oracle has just broken... [12:00 A.M. Jan. 14, 2003]
 
Sailing
America's Cup: Bodyguards assigned to Alinghi team
The Alinghi team has been assigned bodyguards at the America's Cup because of threatening letters to crewmen and their families. Dogs trained to sniff explosives swept a news conference... [12:00 A.M. Jan. 13, 2003]
 
Ron C. Judd / Times staff columnist
New Zealand's innovative design sure to give foes a hull of a time
A whale, a cow, and two hula skirts. That's what the half-billion dollar chase for the oldest trophy in sports has been reduced to in Auckland, New Zealand, where the three remaining... [12:00 A.M. Jan. 12, 2003]


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Sailing
America's Cup: Teams unveil boats
Defending champion Team New Zealand and challengers Alinghi and Oracle ended months of secrecy by unveiling their America's Cup yachts yesterday. In quick succession, the three... [12:00 A.M. Jan. 07, 2003]
 
Sailing
Threats against Kiwi 'traitors' investigated
Auckland police are investigating letters threatening violence against the families of some team members of the Swiss America's Cup syndicate Alinghi. The letters, sent on... [12:00 A.M. Jan. 04, 2003]
 
Sailing
America's Cup: Oracle's radar deemed illegal, but no penalty
No penalty was imposed on Oracle of San Francisco on Tuesday, even though a jury ruled the syndicate broke America's Cup rules by using a sophisticated radar system during races... [12:00 A.M. Dec. 24, 2002]
 
Ron C. Judd / Times staff columnist
In end, OneWorld winds up windless
The wind — and the wins — just kept slipping through their fingers. It happened yesterday, when Seattle's OneWorld Challenge nailed the start and charged ahead of archrival Oracle, looking... [12:00 A.M. Dec. 23, 2002]


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Ron C. Judd / Times staff columnist
Cheap seats: Cup too good to put up with legal nonsense
Sixty-nine furious tacks in one race. A thrilling three-second finish in another. New Zealand's battle of the billionaires, round two — a rematch between Craig McCaw and Paul... [09:44 A.M. Dec. 22, 2002]


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Sailing
Three-second heartbreak for OneWorld
San Francisco-based Oracle BMW Racing claimed a second win yesterday against Seattle's OneWorld Challenge in a classic yacht race with a photo finish. The margin of victory was... [12:23 A.M. Dec. 21, 2002]
 
Sailing
Oracle starts showdown with win over OneWorld
In a major water fight yesterday, Seattle's OneWorld Challenge lost to San Francisco-based Oracle BMW Racing in the first race of the America's Cup challenger series semifinals... [12:00 A.M. Dec. 20, 2002]
 
Ron C. Judd / Times staff columnist
America's Cup: Oracle, Alinghi are stealing the show — allegedly
Ok, we admit it. The brain trust behind Seattle's OneWorld Challenge really was guilty of malfeasance in the boat-design process. Or at least negligence. As it turns out, the entire... [12:37 P.M. Dec. 19, 2002]


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Sailing
America's Cup: Triumph — and finger-pointing
Italy's Prada won a race yesterday against Seattle-based OneWorld in light, shifty winds, but a second race was canceled. OneWorld then was declared the winner of their semifinal... [12:00 A.M. Dec. 17, 2002]


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Sailing
America's Cup: OneWorld gets two victories over Prada
Favorable wind shifts and superior teamwork enabled Seattle-based OneWorld Challenge to pull ahead of Italy's Prada in the Louis Vuitton Cup, the challenger series for the America's... [12:00 A.M. Dec. 16, 2002]


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Ron C. Judd / Times staff columnist
Persecution of OneWorld is a pastime
As wind once again wreaks havoc with the race schedule, some further drippings from the America's Cup, a week after the great Sailing Witch Trials against Seattle's OneWorld Challenge... [12:00 A.M. Dec. 15, 2002]
 
Sailing
America's Cup: OneWorld sails away while Prada penalized
Seattle's OneWorld Challenge evened the score with Italy's Prada today, winning by 33 seconds and seizing a major victory in the America's Cup trials. OneWorld's big win on the... [03:24 P.M. Dec. 17, 2002]


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Sailing
Prada rallies, tops OneWorld
Italy's Prada syndicate roared back yesterday, delivering a stunning defeat to Seattle's OneWorld sailors in an unforgiving day of high-stakes yacht racing and foul weather on... [01:33 P.M. Dec. 11, 2002]


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Ron C. Judd / Times staff columnist
Commoners can only laugh at Cup goings-on
Who could have dreamed that in an event contested by some of the greatest minds behind Microsoft and Oracle, the only clear winner would be Iomega? That's where the chase for the... [12:08 A.M. Dec. 10, 2002]


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Sailing
OneWorld escapes with points penalty
Seattle's OneWorld Challenge avoided disqualification from the America's Cup yesterday but was penalized a point for each of the remaining stages of the challenger rounds after... [12:00 A.M. Dec. 09, 2002]


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Sailing
OneWorld challenges key witness on stand
Seattle's OneWorld Challenge went on the offensive yesterday as the America's Cup Arbitration Panel began hearings that could lead to the team's dismissal. OneWorld Challenge, backed by... [12:00 A.M. Dec. 08, 2002]
 
Ron C. Judd / Times staff columnist
Either way, Challenge for America's Cup means trial
Espionage. Pilfered high-tech data. Missing laptops. Double agents. And a handful of sailboat playboys with entirely too much time on their hands. Face it: The quest for the America's... [12:00 A.M. Dec. 07, 2002]
 
Sailing
America's Cup: Attorney friend of Conner's writes letter to OneWorld
Attorney Richard Scruggs, whose lawsuits against tobacco companies were featured in the Oscar-nominated film "The Insider," is assisting the New York Yacht Club's legal effort... [12:00 A.M. Dec. 02, 2002]
 


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