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LV Cup Racing Results and Current Standings

Today's LV Cup Racing Results and Current Standings

Flight 2 Of Round Robin Two - Off Wight Lightning GBR 70
Match 1 Orm SWE 73 wins against Le Defi FRA 69 (1' 19" lead)
Match 2 Oracle BMW Racing USA 76 wins against Mascalzone Latino ITA 72 (2' 40" lead)
Match 3 Alinghi SUI 64 wins against OneWorld USA 67 (27" lead)
Match 4 Luna Rossa ITA 74 wins against Stars & Stripes USA 66 (41" lead)

Race Course Windward leeward course of 18.5 miles, six legs total, three windward legs and three downwind legs; first and last legs are 3.25 miles, the remaining four are 3.00 miles.

Weather Conditions Today Wind from N 10-15 knots. Mainly sunny.

Current Overall Standings After Day Two Of Round Robin Two
1. OneWorld Challenge, 9 pts (9 wins out of 10 races)
* 1. Alinghi Swiss Challenge, 9 pts (9 wins out of 10 races)
3. Oracle BMW Racing, 6 pts (6 wins out of 10 races)
3. Prada Challenge, 6 pts (6 wins out of 10 races)
5. GBR Challenge, 5 pts (5 wins out of 9 races)
6. Team Dennis Conner, 4 pts (4 wins out of 10 races)
6. Victory Challenge, 4 pts (4 wins out of 9 races)
8. Mascalzone Latino, 1 pt (1 win out of 10 races)
9. Le Defi Areva, 0 pts (0 wins out of 10 races)
* OneWorld will be penalised one point at the end of Round Robin Two.

Calendar For Tomorrow - October 24

Flight 3 Of Round Robin Two - Off Oracle BMW Racing USA 76
Match 1 Luna Rossa ITA 74 versus Le Defi FRA 69
Match 2 Alinghi SUI 64 versus Mascalzone Latino ITA 72
Match 3 Stars & Stripes USA 66 versus Orm SWE 73
* Match 4 Wight Lightning GBR 70 versus OneWorld USA 67
* Match broadcasted live on TV.

Weather Forecast For Tomorrow Wind from N 20 knots becoming NW 15 knots in the afternoon. Periods of rain.

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