U.S. Sailing settles lawsuit against 3 former members, America One Racing

SAILOR PAUL Cayard, of the United States, is interviewed by The Associated Press on the sidelines of a conference on the preservation of oceans, in Milan, Italy. U.S. Sailing, the sport's governing body, announced on Wednesday it has settled its federal lawsuit against veteran sailor and executive Paul Cayard and the America One Racing foundation. / ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE PHOTO / ANTONIO CALANNI

PROVIDENCE – The U.S. Sailing Association, the sport’s national governing body, has settled its federal lawsuit against three former members and America One Racing for allegedly stealing trade secrets and breaches of contracts.  Specifics of the settlement were not released, The Associated Press reported Wednesday.  America One Racing said in a statement that no money

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