Bill Koch's bold move in 1995 to form an all-women's team for the America's Cup was admirable, inspiring and ultimately ill-fated. Here are four ways the experiment could have worked.
The Coast Guard is asking sailing's national governing body to investigate last month's fatal yacht racing accident off the San Francisco coast.
A variety of factors combined for the closest, most confusing and dramatic America's Cup finish in 156 years of racing, writes Gary Jobson.
The America's Cup has been an exciting event so far, but too bad no one is watching in Valencia.
Gary Jobson breaks down the America's Cup and picks a winner.
Gary Jobson breaks down the Louis Vuitton Cup finals and picks a winner.
Want to know why there will not be a U.S. boat racing for the America's Cup? It's because Larry Ellison chose not to stock his staff with, well, Americans.
BMW Oracle Racing is getting quite the fight against Luna Rossa. Gary Jobson offers five things the Americans must do to right the ship.
BMW Oracle Racing faces a tough Luna Rosa boat in the Louis Vuitton Cup semifinals, but Gary Jobson believes the Americans will still advance.
Prolonged races and not-so-ideal conditions are making it difficult to gauge the competition at the Louis Vuitton Cup, writes Gary Jobson.
Can America reclaim the America's Cup? Gary Jobson says it's definitely a possibility for BMW Oracle Racing.
As land-locked Switzerland begins searching for the site of the next America's Cup, New Zealand asks what went wrong.
The more disturbing problem aboard TNZ wasn't the mast, it was the lack of speed and tactical fight.
Interview: Tom Schnackenberg has some keen insights on the future of America's Cup racing.
Alinghi's Coutts happy with boat, crew's experience
Interview: Bertarelli wants an independent race committee