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Red Bull Youth America's Cup- Am-Cam Video Practice Day, Aug 28

by John Navas on 29 Aug 2013
Red Bull Youth America’s Cup - Practice Day, 28 August 2013 John Navas © http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5wLSD_i4SwcgiBENqJ2b_g

Videographer, John Navas, was on the water at San Francisco to record the Practice Sessions ahead of the start of the Red Bull Youth America's Cup.

Here's the day as he saw it.






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