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Louis Vuitton Cup: Emirates Team NZ rolls over Luna Rossa again    

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Emirates Team NZ ran away and hid from Luna Rossa again today, in a replay of their previous match race.

This time, Emirates Team NZ kept her jib up and secure. In their previous meeting, their jib halyard shackle broke early in the race. With no spare onboard, they continued under main alone, still easily defeating Luna Rossa.

Today, Emirates Team NZ showed more of her speed and skill, leading from the start, which was delayed for a short time while Luna Rossa switched rudders. For details, read Bob Fisher's race report. Photos by Sail-World's on-site photographer, Chuck Lantz.

Prior to the start, ETNZ double-checks their jib halyard. - America's Cup -  Chuck Lantz ©?nid=112352   Click Here to view large photo

ETNZ blasts by, prior to the start sequence. - America's Cup -  Chuck Lantz ©?nid=112352   Click Here to view large photo

ETNZ crew shortly before the start sequence - America's Cup -  Chuck Lantz ©?nid=112352   Click Here to view large photo

ETNZ and Luna Rossa enter the start area - America's Cup -  Chuck Lantz ©?nid=112352   Click Here to view large photo

At the gun, ETNZ powers up, already ahead of Luna Rossa. - America's Cup -  Chuck Lantz ©?nid=112352   Click Here to view large photo

Advantage ETNZ as both boats accelerate towards the first mark - America's Cup -  Chuck Lantz ©?nid=112352   Click Here to view large photo

ETNZ at the first mark, already pulling away from Luna Rossa - America's Cup -  Chuck Lantz ©?nid=112352   Click Here to view large photo

ETNZ at the first mark - America's Cup -  Chuck Lantz ©?nid=112352   Click Here to view large photo

ETNZ gaining speed on the first leg - America's Cup -  Chuck Lantz ©?nid=112352   Click Here to view large photo



by Chuck Lantz
- 6:20 AM Wed 24 Jul 2013 GMT





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