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LV Cup Images: Alinghi Vs Prada

0290 - Swiss Defi yacht Alinghi, SUI-64, behind, during its third match-race against the Italian boat Luna Rossa of the defi yacht Prada Challenge, ITA-74, in front, on the quarterfinals of the Louis Vuitton Challenge Cup, in Hauraki gulf, near Auckland , New Zealand, Friday, November 15, 2002. Alinghi won today's race by 8 seconds that brings the score to 3: 0 for Alinghi. The best of the seven quarterfinal races will continue to compete for the Louis Vuitton Cup, which started Oct.1, and of which the winner will challenge the defender Team New Zealand for the America's Cup in February 2003. (KEYSTONE/Laurent Gillieron)


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0383 - Swiss Defi yacht Alinghi, SUI-64, right, during its third match-race against the Italian boat Luna Rossa of the defi yacht Prada Challenge, ITA-74, left, on the quarterfinals of the Louis Vuitton Challenge Cup, in Hauraki gulf, near Auckland , New Zealand, Friday, November 15, 2002. Alinghi won today's race by 8 seconds that brings the score to 3: 0 for Alinghi. The best of the seven quarterfinal races will continue to compete for the Louis Vuitton Cup, which started Oct.1, and of which the winner will challenge the defender Team New Zealand for the America's Cup in February 2003. (KEYSTONE/Laurent Gillieron)

0419 - Swiss Defi yacht Alinghi, SUI-64, during its third match-race against the Italian boat Luna Rossa of the defi yacht Prada Challenge, ITA-74, on the quarterfinals of the Louis Vuitton Challenge Cup, in Hauraki gulf, near Auckland , New Zealand, Friday, November 15, 2002. Alinghi won today's race by 8 seconds that brings the score to 3: 0 for Alinghi. The best of the seven quarterfinal races will continue to compete for the Louis Vuitton Cup, which started Oct.1, and of which the winner will challenge the defender Team New Zealand for the America's Cup in February 2003. (KEYSTONE/Laurent Gillieron)

0425 - Swiss Defi yacht Alinghi, SUI-64, during its third match-race against the Italian boat Luna Rossa of the defi yacht Prada Challenge, ITA-74, on the quarterfinals of the Louis Vuitton Challenge Cup, in Hauraki gulf, near Auckland , New Zealand, Friday, November 15, 2002. Alinghi won today's race by 8 seconds that brings the score to 3: 0 for Alinghi. The best of the seven quarterfinal races will continue to compete for the Louis Vuitton Cup, which started Oct.1, and of which the winner will challenge the defender Team New Zealand for the America's Cup in February 2003. (KEYSTONE/Laurent Gillieron)


9693 - Swiss Defi yacht Alinghi, SUI-64, right, during its third match-race against the Italian boat Luna Rossa of the defi yacht Prada Challenge, ITA-74, left,on the quarterfinals of the Louis Vuitton Challenge Cup, in Hauraki gulf, near Auckland , New Zealand, Friday, November 15, 2002. Alinghi won today's race by 8 seconds that brings the score to 3: 0 for Alinghi. The best of the seven quarterfinal races will continue to compete for the Louis Vuitton Cup, which started Oct.1, and of which the winner will challenge the defender Team New Zealand for the America's Cup in February 2003. (KEYSTONE/Laurent Gillieron)


9699 - Swiss Defi yacht Alinghi, SUI-64, left, during its third match-race against the Italian boat Luna Rossa of the defi yacht Prada Challenge, ITA-74, right, on the quarterfinals of the Louis Vuitton Challenge Cup, in Hauraki gulf, near Auckland , New Zealand, Friday, November 15, 2002. Alinghi won today's race by 8 seconds that brings the score to 3: 0 for Alinghi. The best of the seven quarterfinal races will continue to compete for the Louis Vuitton Cup, which started Oct.1, and of which the winner will challenge the defender Team New Zealand for the America's Cup in February 2003. (KEYSTONE/Laurent Gillieron)

9733 - Swiss Ernesto Bertarelli, head of syndicate and navigator of Swiss Defi yacht Alinghi, SUI-64, speaks in front UBS logo during a press conference after his third match-race against the Italian boat Luna Rossa of the defi yacht Prada Challenge, ITA-74, on the quarterfinals of the Louis Vuitton Challenge Cup, in Hauraki gulf, near Auckland , New Zealand, Friday, November 15, 2002. Alinghi won today's race by 8 seconds that brings the score to 3: 0 for Alinghi. The best of the seven quarterfinal races will continue to compete for the Louis Vuitton Cup, which started Oct.1, and of which the winner will challenge the defender Team New Zealand for the America's Cup in February 2003. (KEYSTONE/Laurent Gillieron)


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