A 72-foot-long Swedish sailboat capsized Thursday in San Francisco Bay while practicing for this summer's America's Cup races, leaving one sailor dead and another injured, authorities said.

Artemis Racing said Andrew "Bart" Simpson, 36, of Britain died after the capsized boat's platform trapped him underwater for about 10 minutes. Simpson was the team's strategist and had won two Olympic gold medals.

SOCCER: The job of coaching Manchester United has gone to David Moyes, 50, a former professional player who will have to step into the shoes of Alex Ferguson, 71.

Man U awarded Moyes a six-year contract. He and Ferguson come from identical backgrounds and were raised on the tough streets of Scotland.

Moyes will arrive from Everton, never having won a trophy there, to take over the reins on July 1 of a United team fresh from its 13th Premier League title.

The United States dropped one spot to 29th in the FIFA rankings. World and European champion Spain held the top spot for the 19th consecutive month.

COLLEGES: Chattanooga hired Jim Foster, 64, who will be inducted in less than a month into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame, as its head women's basketball coach. The former St. Joseph's, Vanderbilt, and Ohio State coach has a 783-307 record and ranks 11th in NCAA history in career wins.

New Jersey rivals Seton Hall and Rutgers said they will continue their men's basketball rivalry for the next eight years.

Indiana University's new diving coach, Drew Johansen, is facing scrutiny over a bachelor's degree issued by Rochville, an online university that also awarded an MBA to a dog.

NFL: The Baltimore Ravens acquired center A.Q. Shipley from the Indianapolis Colts for a conditional 2014 draft pick.

Shipley, who played at Penn State, was on the Eagles' practice squad in 2010.

HOCKEY: Defending champion Russia was upset, 2-1, by France, which shocked a team dominated by NHL and KHL players in the world championships in Helsinki, Finland. Both teams fielded their third-string goalkeepers.

HORSE RACING: Hollywood Park will close by year's end, and the 75-year-old racetrack property in Inglewood, Calif., that hosted Seabiscuit and the first Breeders' Cup in 1984 will be developed with new housing and retail.

- Staff and wire reports