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Day two of the AC finals - Photo gallery 1 from Chuck Lantz

by Chuck Lantz on 9 Sep 2013
Oracle rounds the mark - America’s Cup Chuck Lantz http://www.ChuckLantz.com
The first of four galleries of random photos from day two of the America's Cup from Chuck Lantz of the Sail-World photo team.

Day two of the America's Cup finals had it all... close pre-start action, tight drag-races to the first mark, over-taking and passing, fouling attempts and dramatic missteps, and a split decision with one win each at the end of the day.

This is the first of four photo galleries shot by Chuck Lantz, member of the Sail-World photo team in San Francisco.









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