Friday, July 31, 2009

Statement from Fred Meyer, Société Nautique de Genève Vice-Commodore

[Source: Alinghi] Fred Meyer comments following the Supreme Court of New York's latest Order

Statement from Fred Meyer, 33rd America's Cup defending yacht club, Société Nautique de Genève Vice-Commodore, following the New York Supreme Court decision published today: “We are very pleased with today's ruling by Justice Kornreich. This decision reflects her clear understanding of the Defender's rights under the Deed of Gift, which makes it the duty of Société Nautique de Genève (SNG) to set the rules for the upcoming 33rd America's Cup. The judge's order also validates the agreement entered into by SNG with the International Sailing Federation (ISAF), demonstrating that SNG is committed to returning the competition to the water where it belongs. We look forward to the 10 August hearing and to receiving the Golden Gate Yacht Club's Custom House Registry, which will enable Alinghi to properly prepare for its defence.”

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At 12:42 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Look for the NYSC to retain their pov that the CHR is a non-issue. It's absurb to have one when the rules can be changed at will by SNG

How much more is SNG going to disgrace the sport is the big question.

Good luck on Aug 10th maybe in the NYSC CoA

At 6:46 AM, Blogger Dannemand said...

BLA bla bla ......


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