America's Cup: Latest news - Oracle Team USA - December 19, 2012

Oracle Team USA’s USA-17 training in September 2012

Latest newsletter from Oracle Team USA covering the rebuild of USA-17, the development and building of the team's second AC72 and team activities now and over the Christmas/New Year break

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VIDEO: Wishing You All the Best This Holiday SeasonTEAM NEWS Recover Repair Resolve With a little more than a week remaining in the year, the focus for ORACLE TEAM USA hasn’t changed. All eyes have been on 2013 for months, for years, with the same goal in mind: defending the America’s Cup in San Francisco next September.Ask any member of the team their New Year’s resolution and it likely involves winning the Cup. Or more immediately, it’s sailing ORACLE TEAM USA 17 again.Continue reading at www.oracleteamusa.comVIDEO: Ready to Ring in the New Year
ON THE AIRABC-TV’s Nick Watt took a ride with Jimmy Spithill and crew during a recent episode of “Nightline.”VIDEO: ABC "Nightline"IN THE NEWSTHE RED BULLETINSailing at the Edge of ControlBy Andreas TzortzisPhoto: © ORACLE TEAM USA / Guilain GrenierThe San Francisco Bay was typically frosty on a blustery weekday last October. A wind of up to 30 mph had whipped the 50-degree water into whitecaps, across which crisscrossed a fighter-jet-looking sailboat helmed by the America’s Cup champ and wunderkind Australian skipper Jimmy Spithill.Measuring 72 feet long with a carbon-fiber “wing sail” 131 feet high, the boat has a racecar’s unbridled speed and crash potential. In the gilded history of the America’s Cup series in which it will be raced next summer, there has never been anything quite like it.Continue reading in the December issue of The Red Bulletin.VIDEOORACLE TEAM USA Visits the San Francisco Food BankMembers of ORACLE TEAM USA joined a crew of volunteers to sort and pack nearly 1,200 pounds of apples at the San Francisco Food Bank. www.oracleteamusa.comCopyright © ORACLE TEAM USA - All Rights Reserved. Legal Notice.