France's Energy Team AC45, left, skippered by Loick Peyron, New Zealand's Emirates Team New Zealand AC45, second left, skippered by Dean Barker, Oracle Racing 5 AC45, second right, from the US, ... more 
France's Energy Team AC45, left, skippered by Loick Peyron, New Zealand's Emirates Team New Zealand AC45, second left, skippered by Dean Barker, Oracle Racing 5 AC45, second right, from the US, skippered by Russell Coutts, from New Zealand, and China's China Team AC45, right, skippered by Mitch Booth, from Australia, sail during the second day of racing at the America's Cup World Series Sunday, Aug. 7, 2011 in Cascais, near Lisbon. The new generation of America's Cup AC45 wing-sailed class yachts are 44 feet long, 71 feet high and sailed by a team of five. They are a prelude to the massive 72-foot long multihulls that will be used come San Francisco in 2013. (AP Photo/ Francisco Seco) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Francisco Seco
Sun, Aug 7, 2011 2:38 PM EDT