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Coutts, 3-Time America's Cup Winner, Plans Rival Sailing Series (
by NewsReader 02-09-2007

Feb. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Russell Coutts, the three-time America's Cup winning-skipper fired by Ernesto Bertarelli after leading the billionaire's Alinghi team to victory, plans to start a rival sailing series from 2009.

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