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Oracle Team USA prepares for racing

by Erik Simonson on 1 Sep 2014
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The crews at Oracle Team USA at Pier 80 have been busy of late packing up and readying for the transition from San Francisco to the new home on the Puget Sound in Washington. The team decreased their footprint at the pier to 1/2 of what was used during AC 34 shortly after their successful defense.



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No info on whether the team will keep any training of staff in San Francisco or any other location in the Bay Area, but one imagines they will send that portion of their program to either San Diego of Bermuda...








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