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First Day Of Quarter Finals Repechage Postponed


AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND

NOVEMBER 23, 2002

FIRST DAY OF QUARTER FINALS REPECHAGE - RACING POSTPONED DUE TO LACK OF WIND

All racing has been cancelled today, day one of the Louis Vuitton Cup 2002-2003 quarter finals repechage raced on a best of seven series. The Race Committee and the teams waited on the course, hoping for the breeze to build, until 15:35 when all racing was postponed to tomorrow.


CALENDAR FOR TOMORROW - NOVEMBER 24

RACE 1
Romeo - Match 1 OneWorld USA 67 versus Stars & Stripes USA 77
Romeo - Match 2 Luna Rossa ITA 74 versus Orm SWE 73 *

* Match broacasted live on TV.

WEATHER FORECAST FOR TOMORROW
Wind from NE 12 knots. Cloudy. Showers.

Official Suppliers Prada Challenge 2003:
Enervit (active nutrition).
Fabianelli (pasta).
Makita (power tools).
Saima Avandero (transport).
Sanpellegrino (mineral water and soft drinks).
Technogym (fitness equipment).


Corporate Technology Partners Prada Challenge 2003:

PTC Parametric Technology Corporation (engineering design and analysis software). SGI Silicon Graphics, Inc. (computer systems).

Official Technology Partners Prada Challenge 2003:

CEI Computational Engineering International (engineering visualization software). ICEM-CFD Engineering (mesh generation software).

Service Providers Prada Challenge 2003:

Dantec Dynamics (solutions for flow measurements). Green Marine Ltd (boat building and composite technology). INSEAN The Italian Ship Model Basin (experimental fluid dynamics).

Press Office:

Paolo Martinoni, pmartinoni@Prada-americascup.com Alessandra Ghezzi, aghezzi@Prada-americascup.com

http://www.pradalunarossa.com


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