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Louis Vuitton Cup Semi-Finals - Race 4 images

by Steve Holloway on 13 Aug 2013
Louis Vuitton Cup Semi-Finals Race 4 Steve Holloway
Photographer Steve Holloway was on site at the Louis Vuitton Cup Semi-Finals to capture these images during Race 4.






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