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Americas Cup Challenger Series Results - Afternoon

Prada VS Nippon Challenge (afternoon match)
DATE: Monday 18 Oct 1999
WINNERS TIME: 01:39:15
FINAL DELTA: 00:02:03
WINNER: Prada


Abracadabra 2000 VS Fast 2000
DATE: Monday 18 Oct 1999
WINNERS TIME: 01:34:35
FINAL DELTA: 00:10:17
Winner Abracadabra 2000


Young Australia VS Le Defi Bouygues - Telecom Transiciel
DATE: Monday 18 Oct 1999
WINNERS TIME: 01:08:59
FINAL DELTA: 00:02:22
WINNER: Le defi Bouygues...


America True VS America One
DATE: Monday 18 Oct 1999
WINNERS TIME: 01:46:51
FINAL DELTA: 00:03:45
WINNER: AmericaOne

The Spansih Challenge VS Young America
DATE: Monday 18 Oct 1999
WINNERS TIME: 01:47:56
FINAL DELTA: 00:01:49
WINNER: Young America

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