IMAGE OF THE WEEKTesting the waters: Two sets of teammates from Oracle Racing hit the waters of San Francisco Bay on Monday to test out the catamarans that are slated to run in the 2013 America’s Cup. It wasn’t all smooth sailing — one of the 45-footers, captained by the legendary Russell Coutts, capsized. One crew member was slightly injured.Something To ReadThe Geek Dad’s Guide to Weekend FunBy Ken Denmead ($18) Read More
They promised the America’s Cup would bring action to San Francisco’s waterfront — and action was delivered Monday, when one of the practice boats capsized, flinging a crew member down two stories through a delicate sail.
Crew member Shannon Falcone, who had been wearing a helmet, was not seriously injured but was sent to the hospital for a “cautionary X-ray,” Oracle Racing team spokesman Tim Jeffery said. Read More
A 45-foot catamaran owned by Oracle Racing capsized Monday afternoon during a practice race in San Francisco Bay, injuring a crew member.
The crew member, Shannon Falcone, fell through the boat’s sail. He did not appear to be seriously injured. Read More