Footage has emerged showing the moment Great Britain's yacht was struck by a tornado during the Clipper Round the World race.
The woman who led the first all-female crew in the Whitbread Round The World Race hopes to save the boat that took them to the finish line.
Andrew Simpson would "have loved to have been involved" in a British entry into the America's Cup, his father told ITV News.
A British woman competing in a round-the-world ocean race is "devastated" after spending her birthday being evacuated to hospital, following an injury sustained when a "monumental" wave struck her yacht off the coast of South Africa.
Michelle Porter, from London, was evacuated on her 37th birthday from one of 12 yachts taking part in the 11-month Clipper race.
"It's certainly a birthday I won't be forgetting any time soon and for the wrong reasons," Ms Porter said in a statement.
Ms Porter said she "just didn't see the wave coming" and was saved by her safety line.
"The next thing I knew I was clinging onto the rails on the low side. Had it not been for my safety line I would have been straight overboard."
A British woman is to be evacuated from an ocean race after being injured during a violent storm.
She was one of two crew members hurt as hurricane-force winds caused havoc in the Indian Ocean.
Michelle Porter, 36, from London, suffered a suspected broken arm as the fleet struggled to cope with the conditions. She will be taken to a hospital in South Africa for treatment.
Her yacht, Derry-Londonderry-Doire, was hit by a wave which knocked it sideways. The boat's medic, Susie Redhouse, was also injured as the storm hit.
The 11-month Clipper Round the World Yacht Race began in London in September and the fleet have completed around a quarter of the 40,000-mile course.
Four-time Olympic gold medallist Sir Ben Ainslie told ITV News a decision will be made in "a matter of weeks" on whether there will be a British entry into the America's cup.
Ainslie was the strategist for Oracle Team USA as they recovered from 8-1 down to beat Team New Zealand 9-8 and win this year's event in San Francisco Bay.
He has spoken in the aftermath of his wish to repeat the victory with a British team.
Millionaire internet mogul Kim Dotcom has said he will sponsor New Zealand's next entry into the America's Cup yacht race.
It follows uncertainty over whether the New Zealand government will continue to sponsor the nation's entry into the race, which was won by US sailing team Oracle.
Kim Dotcom told New Zealand's One News he would be able to make a "significant contribution", although he has not yet talked to Team New Zealand.
Friends and supporters of Sir Ben Ainslie cheered on his success in the America's Cup at his local pub in Hampshire.
And one close fan revealed he had a special plan how to commemorate what's being described as the biggest ever sporting comeback:
David Cameron has used Sir Ben Ainslie's America's Cup heroics as an excuse to shoehorn in one of his favourite soundbites, tweeting about the sailor's triumph in "the global race":
Talk about winning the #GlobalRace - Sir Ben Ainslie is responsible for one of the greatest ever sporting comebacks in the America's Cup.