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San Francisco officially out of the running for hosting 35th America's Cup

by 35th America's Cup media 12 Jun 2014 00:28 PDT 12 June 2014
The America's Cup moves on from San Francisco © Gilles Martin-Raget / www.americascup.com

The America's Cup community would like to take this opportunity to thank San Francisco for providing such an iconic backdrop to some of the best racing in America's Cup history last summer.

The images of the bay coupled with some of the most dramatic and spectacular racing in the long history of the America's Cup mean that this past Cup will always be remembered as "the San Francisco America's Cup".

Although it is time for the America's Cup to move on for the next edition in 2017, San Francisco will always be a chapter in the America's Cup story.

Thank you.

www.americascup.com

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