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This week on NC Sports-Weekly News

SAILING
The Class debut for the promising GC32 catamarans at the very first edition of "The Great Cup" in Austria.  Match Racing champion Adam Minoprio surprisingly wins on the new multis. 

La Solitaire du Figarò 2013 just kicked off from Bordeaux.  Waypoint the city of Porto.  Will the old fox Michel Desjoyeaux clinch his fourth victory at this legendary French classic? NC Sports will keep you in the loop with all the leg by leg solo-saling action.

AC34 Update: The Artemis Case
America's Cup Race Management sets up Safety Review Committee in conjunction with
US Coast Guard.
A defiant Patrizio Bertelli of Luna Rossa Challenge  puts the AC72 on the water, and sets forth the teams proposals and agenda. Strong undercurrents run in the San Francisco Bay after the Artemis crash and the loss of Andrew "Bart" Simpson.

SURFING
South Africa's Jordy Smith takes the Rio Billabong Pro in a heated final with local star Adriano De Souza, and now ranks second on the WCT right behind the Brazilian.  With many top names out in the early heats in Rio, are we beginning to see a generation gap on the circuit?  Part of the answer... in FIji - next ASP stopover. NC sports will be there.

KITEBOARDING
Fiesta Mexicana!   Hot sun and Pacific puffs push the kites to the limit as Bryan Lake (USA) and Warenka Smunty (MEX) win in Slalom racing at the PKRA Mini Kitesurfing World Cup in Nayarit.

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