The America's Cup will go ahead this year despite the death of the Dorset based Olympian Andrew Simpson.
The 36-year-old sailor died after being trapped under water when his Artemis yacht capsized and broke up last Thursday.
Race organisers announced on Wednesday they had appointed a review committee to look into the tragedy.
The 34th America's Cup is set to begin on September the 7th in San Francisco Bay.
More top news
Kauto Star, who won the King George VI Chase a record five times, has been put down, the Racing Post reports.
The Ven Ruth Worsley, Archdeacon of Wilts, is to be the next Bishop of Taunton in the Diocese of Bath and Wells.
More than 175,000 festival goers will be at Glastonbury Festival this weekend. We've made a list of people you're sure to encounter.