Yachting world in mourning after sailing star killed

The yachting world is in mourning tonight for one of its Olympic stars. Andrew Simpson was killed when the super catamaran he was on capsized.

Andrew, who was 36, lived with his young family in Sherbourne in Dorset. He won gold at the Beijing Olympics - and was awarded an MBE. At last year's games, in London, he won silver. Martin Dowse reports on the death of a champion sailor.

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America's Cup to go ahead

The organisers of the America's Cup have confirmed this year's event will go ahead despite the death of Olympian Andrew Simpson.