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16 May 2002, 10:54 am
Design Secrets Saga Moves Closer To Final Resolution
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America's Cup

The six-month saga of the design secrets allegedly illegally held by the Seattle-based America's Cup challengers OneWorld, moves nearer to resolution today.
It is the final deadline set by the America's Cup arbitration panel for defenders Team New Zealand to lodge their final submissions.

In a mass of documentary evidence supplied to the panel, OneWorld are said to have illegally acquired information from the Team New Zealand, America True and Prada campaigns of 2000, but by far the most damaging allegations come from TNZ suggesting a systematic plundering of the secrets of their cup winner, NZL-60.
© Tim Jeffrey, Daily Telegraph
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