ORACLE TEAM USA is leading the first race on Sunday, September 22 with ETNZ only needing one point to win. ORACLE USA fans showed up waving American flags this gorgeous Sunday morning with children frolicking as the teams enter the starting block. Mother nature doing her best today except for the whale sighting this morning. Fog is coming in and out so again, it's a tactician day.
Longest America's Cup in history at match point again.
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Racing resumes Sunday, September 22, 2013 with two races scheduled, starting at 1:15 and if necessary at 2:15. Races in progress with ORACLE TEAM USA leading substantially.
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For more information: www.AmericasCup.com
Check out youth sailing around the Bay at www.SailSFBay.org, particularly the 75 year old program on Oakland’s Lake Merritt.
The America’s Cup pavillion is along the Embarcadero before Fisherman's Wharf and is an easy walk, pedicab ride, bike ride or Muni ride from the ferry building and Embarcadero BART. The village and grandstands are at Marina Green.
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