America’s Cup Event Authority

World Sailing, the sport’s international governing body, and Emirates Team New Zealand, the defender of the America’s Cup, have announced a sanctioning agreement for the 2021 edition in Auckland.

Team New Zealand has moved to reaffirm its commitment to staging the 36th edition of the America’s Cup, as Abu Dhabi and Russia were linked with hosting rights for the sailing event.

New York has been confirmed as the latest addition to the 2016 America’s Cup World Series sailing calendar.

A Chinese team is in discussions over the possibility of entering the 2017 America’s Cup, organisers of the sailing showpiece have revealed.

America’s Cup organisers have bolstered the line-up of competitors ahead of the start of the campaign for the 2017 edition of the sailing showpiece by unveiling a new challenger team from Japan.

Sailing’s America’s Cup is embroiled in yet more dispute after Italy’s Luna Rossa Challenge withdrew from the 2017 regatta in protest against new regulations for the event – a move that has resulted in coun…

The America’s Cup Event Authority (ACEA) has announced that the majority of teams have agreed to make changes aimed at significantly reducing costs for the 2017 edition of the sailing showpiece, along with concentrating all of the year’s racing in Bermuda.

America’s Cup organisers have announced that the Youth America’s Cup will return for a second edition, with the sailing event to continue to be title sponsored by energy drinks giant Red Bull.

The English city of Portsmouth has secured the hosting rights to two rounds on the America’s Cup World Series (ACWS) 2015-16 sailing showpiece.

Sir Keith Mills writes exclusively in SportBusiness International about how the Olympic Movement can connect with the next generation, the British America’s Cup challenge and upcoming Invictus Games.

America’s Cup Event Authority chief executive Stephen Barclay tells SportBusiness about casting aside negative press and what has been done to try make this September’s Cup the most commercially successful yet.

Bermuda has been selected to host the 2017 edition of sailing showpiece the America’s Cup, according to the Associated Press.

Bermuda has been announced as the first host for the 2015-16 America’s Cup World Series as the island steps up its claim to land the 35th America’s Cup in 2017 – the finale of the showpiece sailing competition.

Sports industry veteran Harvey Schiller has been appointed to the new position of commercial commissioner for the 35th edition of sailing’s America’s Cup.

Artemis Racing has become the second team to confirm its challenge for the 2017 America’s Cup, following Emirates Team New Zealand.

Preparations for the 2017 America’s Cup have been dealt a blow with the official Challengers of Record, Team Australia, withdrawing from the sailing showpiece owing to concerns over the cost of competing.

San Diego and Bermuda will battle for the right to host the 2017 America’s Cup after Chicago was eliminated from the race to stage the 35th edition of the sailing showpiece.

Reigning America’s Cup champion Oracle Team USA wants the sailing showpiece to return to San Francisco in August 2017, according to team chief executive Russell Coutts.

The opening of the America's Cup finals marked record numbers of spectators at the venues on the Embarcadero and Marina Green.

The America’s Cup director Iain Murray has reportedly threatened to call off this year’s competition if participants fail to stick to his safety recommendations.

America's Cup organisers said they would refund tickets to some challenger races after Sweden's Artemis Racing lost one of its two boats in a tragic incident last month.

America’s Cup regatta director Iain Murray has announced 37 new safety recommendations in light of British yachtsman Andrew Simpson’s training death earlier this month.