America's Cup Exec Expects Race To Go On After Sailor's Death
America's Cup Event Authority CEO Stephen Barclay yesterday said that he expects the event "to go forward" after a sailor was killed during a training run on Thursday in S.F. Bay. Barclay added that he would "await the results of an internal examination of Thursday's accident before making the formal decision." He said that a decision on "whether to make safety changes to the boats or the course will be made after the results are released" (AP, 5/11).