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Larry Ellison seen earlier this month with team Oracle USA.

Larry Ellison Says He Wants To Keep America’s Cup In San Francisco

For much of the finals, it seemed all but certain the next America’s Cup would be contested in New Zealand. After Oracle Team USA’s stunning comeback Wednesday, organizers declared the regatta a success.


The ORACLE Racing AC45 catamarans practice near the Golden Gate Bridge on February 21, 2012 in San Francisco, California. The AC45 is the forerunner to the AC72, which teams will race in the Louis Vuitton Cup and America's Cup finals in 2013 in San Francisco. The AC45 will be featured at the America's Cup World Series.   (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

Black Sailing Group Sues Over SF America’s Cup Exclusion

An African American sailing group is suing San Francisco’s Golden Gate Yacht Club for the right to challenge Oracle Racing as the United States representative to the upcoming America’s Cup.


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Organizers: Rhode Island A Top Contender For America’s Cup

Newport is a top contender to host the next America’s Cup in 2013, but organizers say the city must ensure that it can complete renovations on the fort that would serve as a village-type environment for the competitors.

CBS San Francisco–12/20/2010

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San Francisco May Lose America’s Cup To Rhode Island

Top officials for the America’s Cup flew to Rhode Island to look at possible venues Thursday for the America’s Cup race in Newport.


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San Francisco Supes Weigh Alternate America’s Cup Plan

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors budget and finance committee Wednesday considered an alternative proposal to site the 2013 America’s Cup sailing race along the city’s northern waterfront, but postponed a decision until next week.

CBS San Francisco–12/09/2010

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America’s Cup Moves Closer To Docking In San Francisco

The so-called host city agreement has been sent to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors for approval, with an estimated $150 million price tag for renovations to the port and piers.


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San Francisco Takes Big Step Toward Hosting America’s Cup

The chances of the next America’s Cup being sailed with a backdrop of the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz and the Coit Tower improved dramatically Tuesday.

CBS San Francisco–11/09/2010