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Americans Stage Historic Yacht Race Comeback; Epic Finale Looms

AP | BERNIE WILSON | Posted 09.25.2013 | Sports

SAN FRANCISCO -- SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The longest America's Cup in history will come down to two 72-foot, space-age catamarans making a final, drama...

Best and Worst of the America's Cup So Far

Divina Infusino | Posted 09.06.2013 | San Francisco
Divina Infusino

With the final races of the America's Cup set to begin on Sept. 7 between Oracle Team USA and Emirates Team New Zealand, now is a good time to assess what has worked and what hasn't during the troubled "summer of sailing' that started the July 4 weekend on the San Francisco Bay.

A Cup of Caen: Losing Is Sometimes Winning

Christopher Caen | Posted 10.26.2013 | San Francisco
Christopher Caen

Yesterday, Luna Rossa, the Italian team in this year's America's Cup, finally bowed to the inevitable. Overwhelmed by the superior speed of the New Zealand boat, the Italians were eliminated on a foggy San Francisco Bay.

A Cup of Caen: The Spying Game

Christopher Caen | Posted 10.06.2013 | San Francisco
Christopher Caen

One of the glorious aspects of the America's Cup is that, along with everything else (location, boats, etc.) that has to be decided every go around, the teams get together and decide the proper way to spy.

A Cup of Caen: A Day with Oracle

Christopher Caen | Posted 09.28.2013 | San Francisco
Christopher Caen

Despite all the America's Cup controversies, once on the boats, all the noise disappears and is replaced by a new noise -- that of a catamaran going so fast it feels like you're sticking your head out of a car on the freeway.

A Cup of Caen: The Kiwis Have Landed!

Christopher Caen | Posted 08.28.2013 | San Francisco
Christopher Caen

Wakas are the war canoes made by the Maori tribes native to New Zealand. They build little ones to go bash on their neighbors. They also build big ones, some over 100 feet long, to go bash on people on other islands. Some are painted white and black, which in Maori represents death.