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ORACLE TEAM USA extends 34th America’s Cup with four consecutive wins
New Zealand has been on match point since Wednesday. Comments 0 Oracle Team USA crosses the finish line to win Race 16 of the America’s Cup in San Francisco Bay on Monday. (Monica M. Davey / EPA / September 22, 2013) Also Associated Press AP September 23, 2013, 6:54 p.m. SAN FRANCISCO Skipper Jimmy Spithill accelerated his 72-foot catamaran off the starting line and steered defending champion Oracle Team USA to its fifth straight win against Emirates Team New Zealand on Monday to stay alive in the America’s Cup. The 34-year-old Spithill and his brain trust of Olympic gold medalists British tactician Ben Ainslie and Australian strategist Tom Slingsby kept the American-backed boat ahead the whole way around the five-leg course on San Francisco Bay for a 33-second victory. Oracle’s remarkable comeback from what seemed like certain defeat has closed the Kiwis’ lead to 8-6 and no doubt has all of New Zealand on edge. Team New Zealand has been on match point since Wednesday, only to watch Spithill and Oracle’s improved 72-foot catamaran sail ahead in a determined attempt to keep the oldest trophy in international sports. Oracle Team USA, owned by software tycoon Larry Ellison , has won eight races. But it was docked two points for illegally modifying boats in warmup regattas called the America’s Cup World Series, so it needs three more wins to keep the Auld Mug. The regatta would be tied if Oracle hadn’t been handed the harshest penalties in the 162-year history of the America’s Cup. Besides being docked two points, Oracle wing sail trimmer Dirk de Ridder was disqualified from the regatta and replaced by 24-year-old Kyle Langford four days before the match started. Because Race 16 was delayed a half-hour due to light wind, Race 17 was postponed until Tuesday. That gives the Kiwis another day to ponder what they need to do to avoid a collapse, and gives Oracle more time to keep refining its fast cat.
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Police say the suspect opened fire on officers, and they returned it. The suspect was hit, and taken to the hospital. No word on the extent of his injuries. No one else was hurt. The suspect was being chased after an attempted robbery at a CVS… Colorado… a moose is on the loose in the streets of Broomfield. Wildlife officers were called in today to track the animal, which has been wandering the streets for weeks and has become a bit of a problem for neighbors. They’re asking residents to just leave the moose alone, and let him wander. They’re hoping he will just find his way home on his own… Illinois… running backwards is hard enough. But imagine doing it while juggling for more than 26-miles. Joe Salter is a world-record “joggler” who just ran the Quad Cities marathon backwards, while juggling three balls. We’re told he finished the entire race in about six hours.
But if today was patchy, tomorrow could be worse, adding pressure to both teams who have no margin for error. Its right there for the taking, we just have to put a solid race together, said Barker. We didnt do as good a job as what we expected today. Were not down, we know we can win this thing, we just have to go out tomorrow and do a much better job. This is a team that has been through a lot in this campaign, said Spithill. Weve faced all sorts of adversity. We capsized Boat 1, everything going on before match, taking away 2 points and our wing trimmer, but the team didnt wave the white flag. Now the boat is so much quicker that we believe we can win this. And weve got a wave of momentum behind us thats getting bigger every day. Races 16 and 17 are slated for tomorrow, scheduled to start at 1:15 and 2:15 p.m. PT. In the U.S., the Americas Cup Finals will be broadcast live on the NBC Sports Network. Replays will be available on the Americas Cup YouTube channel . Internationally, the Americas Cup Final can be viewed in more than 170 territories.