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Random photos from Day Two - Gallery 2 from Sail-World's Chuck Lantz
by Chuck Lantz on 9 Sep 2013
Pre-start water fight. - America’s Cup Chuck Lantz ©
The second in a series of America's Cup photo galleries from Chuck Lantz in San Francisco. As happens often this time of year on the SF bay, one end of the course was hazy and foggy, while the other had bright sun and few clouds.
Oracle enjoys a brief lead ... - America’s Cup © Chuck Lantz http://www.ChuckLantz.com
... before Emirates TNZ shows their superior speed and easily flies by. - America’s Cup © Chuck Lantz http://www.ChuckLantz.com
ETNZ with a huge lead near Alcatraz - America’s Cup © Chuck Lantz http://www.ChuckLantz.com
The new look frames the old look - America’s Cup © Chuck Lantz http://www.ChuckLantz.com
Oracle and Emirates Team NZ in action - America’s Cup © Chuck Lantz http://www.ChuckLantz.com
Rearview, Oracle Team USA and Emirates Team NZ - America’s Cup © Chuck Lantz http://www.ChuckLantz.com
Luna Rossa support boat watches Oracle in the finals. - America’s Cup © Chuck Lantz http://www.ChuckLantz.com
Oracle ahead in a crossing shot near the bottom mark. - America’s Cup © Chuck Lantz http://www.ChuckLantz.com
Fans on the rock jetty watch Oracle winning race four. - America’s Cup © Chuck Lantz http://www.ChuckLantz.com
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