Americas Cup Capsized Boat Sailing

From left, Iain Murray, Regatta Director and CEO, America's Cup Race Management; Stephen Barclay, CEO America's Cup Event Authority; captain Matt Bliven of the United States Coast Guard and captain Thomas Cleary of the San Francisco Police Department listen to a question at news conference, Friday, May 10, 2013 in San Francisco. British Sailor Andrew Simpson died Thursday when Artemis Racing's AC72 catamaran, an America's Cup entry from Sweden, capsized during training in San Francisco Bay, trapping him underwater.(AP Photo/George Nikitin)
From left, Iain Murray, Regatta Director and CEO, America's Cup Race Management; Stephen Barclay, CEO America's Cup Event Authority; captain Matt Bliven of the United States Coast Guard and captain Thomas Cleary of the San Francisco Police Department listen to a question at news conference, Friday, May 10, 2013 in San Francisco. British Sailor Andrew Simpson died Thursday when Artemis Racing's AC72 catamaran, an America's Cup entry from Sweden, capsized during training in San Francisco Bay, trapping him underwater.(AP Photo/George Nikitin)

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