Did Oracle Team USA Cheat to win the 34th America’s Cup?:
by Craig Leweck, Scuttlebutt
Despite all the drama that surrounded the 34th America’s Cup – the cheating scandal, the jury rulings, the remarkable series – I figured we’d all moved on. It’s been two and half years. Stick a fork in it, right? Apparently not.
The release of a new book by G. Bruce Knecht, Scuttlebutt Sailing News – Did Oracle Team USA Cheat to win the 34th America’s Cup?, Editor
Liam Kilroy takes lead at Melges Rocks:
Miami, FL (March 5, 2016) – If Melges 20 sailors thought Day One at the Melges Rocks Regatta was mentally challenging, Day Two provided just as many difficult scenarios on the race course, while adding the physical element of handling the boats in 9-13 kts.
With the racecourse located further north than normal due to a crowded day of sailing on Biscayne Bay, Melges 20 sailors we challenged by an unpredictable breeze out of the Northeast that kept racing close all day and shuffled the overall leaderboard.
After being called OCS in the first race of the day, former International Melges 20 Class President Rob Wilber on Cinghiale rebounded, hooked into a nice left hander…
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