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Endangered dolphins on course prevent racing at SailGP New Zealand in Christchurch

Mar. 23, 2024 03:25 AM EDT

The presence of an endangered species of dolphins on the race course prevented sailing on the first day of the New Zealand leg of the SailGP series on Saturday. The race venue on Lyttelton Harbour near Christchurch on the South Island is home to around 1,000 of the remaining 10,000...

Tony Rey resigns from U.S. Sailing board of directors, mentions effect of lawsuit controversy

Mar. 04, 2024 20:24 PM EST

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Professional sailor and coach Tony Rey has resigned from U.S. Sailing’s board of directors in the wake of a federal lawsuit filed by the national governing body filed against a foundation and three of its principals, including former Olympic team boss Paul Cayard. ...

Olympic medalist JJ Fetter calls for sailing officials' resignations in lawsuit dispute

Feb. 28, 2024 19:13 PM EST

SAN DIEGO (AP) — With American sailors in an Olympic slump, two-time medalist JJ Fetter is calling for the resignations of U.S. Sailing’s CEO, president and any other board member who supports a federal lawsuit against a sailing foundation and three of its principals, including former Olympic...