Agence France-PresseJune 22, 2013 23:33
Four days of mediation over America's Cup rule changes -- adopted in May for safety after the death of British sailor Andrew Simpson -- ended Saturday with no final resolution.
Bryan Willis, one of two International Jury members acting as mediators, said the teams involved, the American defender and three challengers, agreed on most issues but had issues unresolved when mediation was abandoned.
"The four teams agreed on the vast majority of the safety recommendations," Willis said. "It was a useful and positive exercise and ended with only a couple of points unresolved."