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SAILING: U.S. outpaces New Zealand in Cup prelude
by NewsReader 11-19-2011

After training in San Diego for 16 months before winning the America’s Cup in 2010, Oracle Racing’s sailors are familiar with everything from the wind to the best waterfront bars.

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