Rule 60.1, Right to Protest; Right to Request Redress or Rule 69 Action
Rule 63.1, Hearings: Requirement for a Hearing
A boat that breaks a rule while racing but continues to race may protest over a later incident, even though after the race she is disqualified for her breach.
Rule 12, On the Same Tack, Not Overlapped 
Rule 14, Avoiding Contact 
Rule 15, Acquiring Right of Way
Rule 18.2(a), Mark-Room: Giving Mark-Room 
Rule 18.2(b), Mark-Room: Giving Mark-Room
If the first of two boats to reach the zone is clear astern when she reaches it and if later the boats are overlapped when the other boat reaches the zone, rule 18.2(a), and not rule 18.2(b), applies. Rule 18.2(a) applies only while boats are overlapped and at least one of them is in the zone.
Rule 19.2(a), Room to Pass an Obstruction: Giving Room at an Obstruction
Rule 20, Room to Tack at an Obstruction
Rule 64.1(a), Decisions: Penalties and Exoneration
A leeward port-tack boat, hailing for room to tack when faced with an oncoming starboard-tack boat, an obstruction, is not required to anticipate that the windward boat will fail to comply with her obligation to tack promptly or otherwise provide room.
Rule 49, Crew Position; Lifelines
Rule 50.3(a), Setting and Sheeting Sails: Use of Outriggers
A competitor may hold a sheet outboard.
Definitions, Racing
Rule 23, Capsized, Anchored or Aground; Rescuing
Rule 42.1, Propulsion: Basic Rule
Rule 45, Hauling Out; Making Fast; Anchoring
A boat that is anchored during a race is still racing. A boat does not break rule 42.1 or rule 45 if, while pulling in her anchor line to recover the anchor, she returns to her position at the time the anchor was lowered. However, if pulling in the anchor line clearly propels her to a different position, she breaks those rules.
Rule 16.1, Changing Course
Rule 16.2, Changing Course
A starboard-tack boat that tacks after a port-tack boat has borne away to go astern of her does not necessarily break a rule.
Rule 11, On the Same Tack, Overlapped
Rule 14, Avoiding Contact
Rule 15, Acquiring Right of Way
Rule 16.1, Changing Course
Rule 17, On the Same Tack; Proper Course
When, after having been clear astern, a boat becomes overlapped to leeward within two of her hull lengths of the other boat, the windward boat must keep clear, but the leeward boat must initially give the windward boat room to keep clear and must not sail above her proper course. The proper course of the windward boat is not relevant.
Rule 42.1, Propulsion: Basic Rule
Rule 42.2(d), Propulsion: Prohibited Actions
Repeated helm movements to position a boat to gain speed on each of a series of waves generated by a passing vessel are not sculling unless they are forceful, and the increase in speed is the result of a permitted use of the water to increase speed.
Definitions, Proper Course
Rule 10, On Opposite Tacks
Rule 18.1(b), Mark-Room: When Rule 18 Applies
When a starboard-tack boat chooses to sail past a windward mark, a port-tack boat must keep clear. There is no rule that requires a boat to sail a proper course.
Rule 20, Room to Tack at an Obstruction
If a boat hails for room to tack when she is neither approaching an obstruction nor sailing close-hauled or above, she breaks rule 20.1. The hailed boat is required to respond even if the hail breaks rule 20.1.