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LV Cup Images: Alinghi Vs Oracle

2121 - Swiss Defi yacht Alinghi, SUI-64, during its second match-race against the U.S's Defi yacht Oracle BMW Racing, USA-76, on the finals of the Louis Vuitton Challenge Cup, in Hauraki gulf, near Auckland , New Zealand, Monday, January 13, 2003. Alinghi won today's race by 40 seconds that brings the score to 2: 0 for Alinghi. The best of the nine final races will challenge the defender Team New Zealand for the America's Cup in February 2003. (KEYSTONE/Laurent Gillieron)

1147 - Swiss Defi yacht Alinghi, SUI-64, during its second match-race against the U.S's Defi yacht Oracle BMW Racing, USA-76, on the finals of the Louis Vuitton Challenge Cup, in Hauraki gulf, near Auckland , New Zealand, Monday, January 13, 2003. Alinghi won today's race by 40 seconds that brings the score to 2: 0 for Alinghi. The best of the nine final races will challenge the defender Team New Zealand for the America's Cup in February 2003. (KEYSTONE/Laurent Gillieron)

1163 - Swiss Ernesto Bertarelli, head of syndicate and navigator of the Swiss Defi yacht Alinghi, SUI-64, jubilates after his arrival at the base after the second match-race against the U.S's Defi yacht Oracle BMW Racing, USA-76, on the finals of the Louis Vuitton Challenge Cup, in Hauraki gulf, near Auckland , New Zealand, Monday, January 13, 2003. Alinghi won today's race by 40 seconds that brings the score to 2: 0 for Alinghi. The best of the nine final races will challenge the defender Team New Zealand for the America's Cup in February 2003. (KEYSTONE/Laurent Gillieron)

2484 - Swiss Defi yacht Alinghi, SUI-64, during its second match-race against the U.S's Defi yacht Oracle BMW Racing, USA-76, on the finals of the Louis Vuitton Challenge Cup, in Hauraki gulf, near Auckland , New Zealand, Monday, January 13, 2003. Alinghi won today's race by 40 seconds that brings the score to 2: 0 for Alinghi. The best of the nine final races will challenge the defender Team New Zealand for the America's Cup in February 2003. (KEYSTONE/Laurent Gillieron)

2549 - Swiss Defi yacht Alinghi, SUI-64, during its second match-race against the U.S's Defi yacht Oracle BMW Racing, USA-76, on the finals of the Louis Vuitton Challenge Cup, in Hauraki gulf, near Auckland , New Zealand, Monday, January 13, 2003. Alinghi won today's race by 40 seconds that brings the score to 2: 0 for Alinghi. The best of the nine final races will challenge the defender Team New Zealand for the America's Cup in February 2003. (KEYSTONE/Laurent Gillieron)

2122 - Members of Swiss Defi yacht Alinghi, SUI-64, make the last preparation in front of players of Swiss Alp Horn before its second match-race against the U.S's Defi yacht Oracle BMW Racing, USA-76, on the finals of the Louis Vuitton Challenge Cup, at Alinghi Base, in Auckland , New Zealand, Monday, January 13, 2003. The best of the nine final races will challenge the defender Team New Zealand for the America's Cup in February 2003. (KEYSTONE/Laurent Gillieron)

1047 - Swiss Defi yacht Alinghi, SUI-64, during its second match-race against the U.S's Defi yacht Oracle BMW Racing, USA-76, on the finals of the Louis Vuitton Challenge Cup, in Hauraki gulf, near Auckland , New Zealand, Monday, January 13, 2003. Alinghi won today's race by 40 seconds that brings the score to 2: 0 for Alinghi. The best of the nine final races will challenge the defender Team New Zealand for the America's Cup in February 2003. (KEYSTONE/Laurent Gillieron)


1082 - Swiss Defi yacht Alinghi, SUI-64, during its second match-race against the U.S's Defi yacht Oracle BMW Racing, USA-76, on the finals of the Louis Vuitton Challenge Cup, in Hauraki gulf, near Auckland , New Zealand, Monday, January 13, 2003. Alinghi won today's race by 40 seconds that brings the score to 2: 0 for Alinghi. The best of the nine final races will challenge the defender Team New Zealand for the America's Cup in February 2003. (KEYSTONE/Laurent Gillieron)

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