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America's Cup - Image gallery - Pitchpole and righting sequence

by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World NZ on 7 Jun 2017
Emirates Team New Zealand - Semi-Final, Day 11 - 35th America's Cup - Bermuda June 6, 2017 Richard Gladwell www.photosport.co.nz
Sail-World's Richard Gladwell was on the water and ashore when the Emirates Team New Zealand AC50 pitchpoled just after starting in Race 4 of the second day of the Louis Vuitton Trophy Semi-Finals.

Here's some images from on the water and ashore as the catamaran was righted and recovered.









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