||Swiss defender Alinghi used SPLASH for AC33 class rule development|
||U.S. challenger Oracle used SPLASH for trimaran hydrodynamic design and analysis|
||2007||The Swiss team Alinghi chooses SPLASH again, this time to help defend the Cup|
||2007||The Italian team Luna Rossa challenges again (SPLASH calculations by Dr. Warren H. Davis)|
(Clan des Team)
|2007||+39 is a new, second Italian team, also using SPLASH|
||2007||Team Shosholoza is the first-ever challenge from South Africa, and used SPLASH during the design of RSA 83, the first of the brand new Version 5 ACC boats|
||2007||Mascalzone Latino , yet a third Italian team, returns for a second go at the Cup (SPLASH calculations by Joseph P. Laiosa)|
|Desafio Espanol 2007
||2007||Desafio Espanol 2007 marks the return of a Spanish team to the America's Cup and to SPLASH (with calculations by James Criner)|
Alinghi sweeps Team New Zealand 5-0, bringing the America's Cup to land-locked Switzerland.
The Swiss won the right to challenge for the America's Cup after eliminating eight other challengers, including Oracle 5-1 in the the Louis Vuitton Cup.
Swiss designers used SPLASH to assist with design of hulls and appendages.
|Oracle BMW Racing
|2003||American designers used SPLASH. USA-76 took 2nd in the the Louis Vuitton Cup, being eliminated in the Finals by Alinghi.|
|2003||American designers used SPLASH. USA-67 took 3rd in the the Louis Vuitton Cup, being eliminated in the Semi-Final Repechage by Oracle. SPLASH results by Warren Davis.|
|Team Dennis Conner
|2003||American designers used SPLASH. USA-77 sank, was recovered, and continued in the Louis Vuitton Cup, until being eliminated in the Quarter-Final Repechage by OneWorld.|
|2003||Italian designers used SPLASH for their one-boat campaign. Eliminated after Round Robin 2 of the Louis Vuitton Cup|
|2000||AmericaOne entries for America's Cup 2000. Finalist in 2000 Louis Vuitton Cup. Design by Bruce Nelson. SPLASH results by Warren Davis.|
|2000||YoungAmerica/New York Yacht Club entries for America's Cup 2000 in Auckland. Design by Bruce Farr & Associates. SPLASH results by Bruce Rosen, and by Joe Laiosa of FMA Consultants Inc.|
|US Virgin Islands||2000||USVI entries for America's Cup 2000. Design by Dave Pedrick. SPLASH results by Paul Bogataj. (syndicate subsequently absorbed by Team Dennis Conner)|
|2000||Spanish entry for America's Cup 2000.|
|1995||Finalist in 1995 Louis Vuitton Cup. 1st place in 1994 IACC World Championship. Design by Reichel/Pugh Yacht Design and Iain Murray & Associates. SPLASH results by Bruce Rosen"|
|1995||Australian 1995 IACC entry. Design by Reichel/Pugh Yacht Design and Iain Murray & Associates. SPLASH results by Bruce Rosen|
|1995||PACT-95. Finalist in the 1995 Defender Series. Chosen by Dennis Conner as Defender for the 1995 America's Cup. Design by Bruce Nelson. SPLASH results by Joe Laiosa of FMA Consultants Inc.|
|Stars & Stripes||1992||Team Dennis Conner's entry for the 1992 America's Cup. Design by Dave Pedrick.|
|PACT||1992||Partnership for America's Cup Technology, an organization providing technology to all of the US syndicates vying for the right to defend the Cup. SPLASH results by Bruce Rosen and Joe Laiosa.|
|Stars & Stripes '87
Stars & Stripes '86
Stars & Stripes '85
|1987||Winner ...Dennis Conner and Sail America Foundation successfully challenge Australia in Perth and regain the America's Cup for the US. Design by Bruce Nelson, Dave Pedrick and Britt Chance. SPLASH results by Bruce Rosen and Joe Laiosa.|
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