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LV Cup Images: Alinghi Vs Oracle

3644 - Swiss Defi yacht Alinghi, SUI-64, right, cruise during its match-race against U.S.'s Defi yacht Oracle BMW Racing, USA-76, left, on an overcast day eight of round robin two of the Louis Vuitton Challenge Cup, in Hauraki gulf, near Auckland , New Zealand, Friday, November 1, 2002. Oracle, which won the race by 4 seconds are one of nine syndicates competing in the Louis Vuitton Cup which started October 1, the winner of which will race Team New Zealand for the America's Cup in February 2003. (KEYSTONE/Laurent Gillieron)

3650 - Swiss Defi yacht Alinghi, SUI-64, right, cruise during its match-race against U.S.'s Defi yacht Oracle BMW Racing, USA-76, left, on an overcast day eight of round robin two of the Louis Vuitton Challenge Cup, in Hauraki gulf, near Auckland , New Zealand, Friday, November 1, 2002. Oracle, which won the race by 4 seconds are one of nine syndicates competing in the Louis Vuitton Cup which started October 1, the winner of which will race Team New Zealand for the America's Cup in February 2003. (KEYSTONE/Laurent Gillieron)

3676 - Swiss Defi yacht Alinghi, SUI-64, right, cruise during its match-race against U.S.'s Defi yacht Oracle BMW Racing, USA-76, left, on an overcast day eight of round robin two of the Louis Vuitton Challenge Cup, in Hauraki gulf, near Auckland , New Zealand, Friday, November 1, 2002. Oracle, which won the race by 4 seconds are one of nine syndicates competing in the Louis Vuitton Cup which started October 1, the winner of which will race Team New Zealand for the America's Cup in February 2003. (KEYSTONE/Laurent Gillieron)

3684 - Swiss Defi yacht Alinghi, SUI-64, right, cruise during its match-race against U.S.'s Defi yacht Oracle BMW Racing, USA-76, left, on an overcast day eight of round robin two of the Louis Vuitton Challenge Cup, in Hauraki gulf, near Auckland , New Zealand, Friday, November 1, 2002. Oracle, which won the race by 4 seconds are one of nine syndicates competing in the Louis Vuitton Cup which started October 1, the winner of which will race Team New Zealand for the America's Cup in February 2003. (KEYSTONE/Laurent Gillieron)

8823 - Swiss Defi yacht Alinghi, SUI-64, in front, cruise during its match-race against U.S.'s Defi yacht Oracle BMW Racing, USA-76, behind, on an overcast day eight of round robin two of the Louis Vuitton Challenge Cup, in Hauraki gulf, near Auckland , New Zealand, Friday, November 1, 2002. Oracle, which won the race by 4 seconds are one of nine syndicates competing in the Louis Vuitton Cup which started October 1, the winner of which will race Team New Zealand for the America's Cup in February 2003. (KEYSTONE/Laurent Gillieron)

8833 - Swiss Defi yacht Alinghi, SUI-64, left, cruise during its match-race against U.S.'s Defi yacht Oracle BMW Racing, USA-76, right, on an overcast day eight of round robin two of the Louis Vuitton Challenge Cup, in Hauraki gulf, near Auckland , New Zealand, Friday, November 1, 2002. Oracle, which won the race by 4 seconds are one of nine syndicates competing in the Louis Vuitton Cup which started October 1, the winner of which will race Team New Zealand for the America's Cup in February 2003. (KEYSTONE/Laurent Gillieron)

8844 - Swiss Defi yacht Alinghi, SUI-64, right, cruise during its match-race against U.S.'s Defi yacht Oracle BMW Racing, USA-76, left, in front of the city of Auckland on an overcast day eight of round robin two of the Louis Vuitton Challenge Cup, in Hauraki gulf, near Auckland , New Zealand, Friday, November 1, 2002. Oracle, which won the race by 4 seconds are one of nine syndicates competing in the Louis Vuitton Cup which started October 1, the winner of which will race Team New Zealand for the America's Cup in February 2003. (KEYSTONE/Laurent Gillieron)

8875 - Swiss Defi yacht Alinghi, SUI-64, right, cruise during its match-race against U.S.'s Defi yacht Oracle BMW Racing, USA-76, left, on an overcast day eight of round robin two of the Louis Vuitton Challenge Cup, in Hauraki gulf, near Auckland , New Zealand, Friday, November 1, 2002. Oracle, which won the race by 4 seconds are one of nine syndicates competing in the Louis Vuitton Cup which started October 1, the winner of which will race Team New Zealand for the America's Cup in February 2003. (KEYSTONE/Laurent Gillieron)

8895 - Swiss Defi yacht Alinghi, SUI-64, right, cruise during its match-race against U.S.'s Defi yacht Oracle BMW Racing, USA-76, left, in front of the Italian tallship Amerigo Vespucci, behind on right, on an overcast day eight of round robin two of the Louis Vuitton Challenge Cup, in Hauraki gulf, near Auckland , New Zealand, Friday, November 1, 2002. Oracle, which won the race by 4 seconds are one of nine syndicates competing in the Louis Vuitton Cup which started October 1, the winner of which will race Team New Zealand for the America's Cup in February 2003. (KEYSTONE/Laurent Gillieron)


8904 - Swiss Defi yacht Alinghi, SUI-64, right, cruise during its match-race against U.S.'s Defi yacht Oracle BMW Racing, USA-76, left, on an overcast day eight of round robin two of the Louis Vuitton Challenge Cup, in Hauraki gulf, near Auckland , New Zealand, Friday, November 1, 2002. Oracle, which won the race by 4 seconds are one of nine syndicates competing in the Louis Vuitton Cup which started October 1, the winner of which will race Team New Zealand for the America's Cup in February 2003. (KEYSTONE/Laurent Gillieron)


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