From left, America's Cup Regatta Director Iain Murray, Matt Bliven of the U.S. Coast Guard, center, and Golden Gate Yacht Club Vice Commodore Tom Ehman,right, during a news conference Tuesday, May 14, 2013 in San Francisco. Murray and Ehman announced that the America's Cup will go on as planned after the death of a sailor during a training run last week on San Francisco Bay. The officials also said they expected all four entrants to compete, including Artemis Racing. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)

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From left, America's Cup Regatta Director Iain Murray, Matt Bliven of the U.S. Coast Guard, center, and Golden Gate Yacht Club Vice Commodore Tom Ehman,right, during a news conference Tuesday, May 14, 2013 in San Francisco. Murray and Ehman announced that the America's Cup will go on as planned after the death of a sailor during a training run last week on San Francisco Bay. The officials also said they expected all four entrants to compete, including Artemis Racing. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)
From left, America's Cup Regatta Director Iain Murray, Matt Bliven of the U.S. Coast Guard, center, and Golden Gate Yacht Club Vice Commodore Tom Ehman,right, during a news conference Tuesday, May 14, 2013 in San Francisco. Murray and Ehman announced that the America's Cup will go on as planned after the death of a sailor during a training run last week on San Francisco Bay. The officials also said they expected all four entrants to compete, including Artemis Racing. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)
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