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More photos of the Youth AC in San Francisco from Chuck Lantz
by Chuck Lantz on 4 Sep 2013
USA 1 leads the Swedish team boat. - Red Bull Youth AC Chuck Lantz ©
With the sun finally burning through the ever-present fog on San Francisco bay, Sail-Worlds photo team member Chuck Lantz took the opportunity to get these shots of races 5 and 6 of the Red Bull Youth AC in San Francisco.
A tight pack at the start of race five, the first of two races for the day. - Red Bull Youth AC © Chuck Lantz http://www.ChuckLantz.com
Needless to say, the AC45s are wet boats. - Red Bull Youth AC © Chuck Lantz http://www.ChuckLantz.com
The Swiss team leads one of the USA team boats. - Red Bull Youth AC © Chuck Lantz http://www.ChuckLantz.com
NZL leads USA 2 around a mark - Red Bull Youth AC © Chuck Lantz http://www.ChuckLantz.com
The AC45 fleet at the start of race six in the eight race series - Red Bull Youth AC © Chuck Lantz http://www.ChuckLantz.com
This is, ... we really don’t know what this is. - Red Bull Youth AC © Chuck Lantz http://www.ChuckLantz.com
Team Roff-Cascais of Portugal leads Germany’s All In racing around a mark - Youth AC © Chuck Lantz http://www.ChuckLantz.com
Swiss Team Tilt living up to its name - Youth AC © Chuck Lantz http://www.ChuckLantz.com
NZ team Full Metal Jacket - Youth AC © Chuck Lantz http://www.ChuckLantz.com
Four AC45s line up for the upwind mark rounding - Youth AC © Chuck Lantz http://www.ChuckLantz.com
Team Objective Australia rounds a mark in front of the St. Francis YC - Youth AC © Chuck Lantz http://www.ChuckLantz.com
Portugal and Sweden - Red Bull Youth AC © Chuck Lantz http://www.ChuckLantz.com
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