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Rebecca Hinden and Zac Judkins on their way to Fourth Place in the monohull fleet - 2020 Three Bridge Fiasco  © Susan Burden
Rebecca Hinden and Zac Judkins on their way to Fourth Place in the monohull fleet - 2020 Three Bridge Fiasco

The winning boat passing Red Rock. Here is “io”, Buzz Blackett's brand-new carbon Antrim 27 on its maiden race. Clockwise was their winning strategy - 2020 Three Bridge Fiasco © Susan Burden
The winning boat passing Red Rock. Here is “io”, Buzz Blackett's brand-new carbon Antrim 27 on its maiden race. Clockwise was their winning strategy - 2020 Three Bridge Fiasco

A mob of Moore 24s rolls over Latitude 38 head honcho John Arndt (sail number 142) while Lois Lane awaits her start - 2020 Three Bridge Fiasco  © Susan Burden
A mob of Moore 24s rolls over Latitude 38 head honcho John Arndt (sail number 142) while Lois Lane awaits her start - 2020 Three Bridge Fiasco

Hank Easom and Hans List drift with the current. Their Sabre Spirit 36 was second Doublehanded Monohull finisher - 2020 Three Bridge Fiasco  © Susan Burden
Hank Easom and Hans List drift with the current. Their Sabre Spirit 36 was second Doublehanded Monohull finisher - 2020 Three Bridge Fiasco

Limp kites struggle to lift as the fleet leaders drift down the East Bay flats. They pass the boats sailing upwind, coming the “wrong way” from Treasure Island - 2020 Three Bridge Fiasco © Susan Burden
Limp kites struggle to lift as the fleet leaders drift down the East Bay flats. They pass the boats sailing upwind, coming the “wrong way” from Treasure Island - 2020 Three Bridge Fiasco

The Three Bridge Fiasco begins with an early-morning tow for these Richmond sailors © Susan Burden
The Three Bridge Fiasco begins with an early-morning tow for these Richmond sailors

The 2013 America's Cup wind limit varied between 19.9 and 24.5kts in San Francisco dictated by the theoretical tidal flow in a University model of San Francisco Bay. © Richard Gladwell Sail-World.com
The 2013 America's Cup wind limit varied between 19.9 and 24.5kts in San Francisco dictated by the theoretical tidal flow in a University model of San Francisco Bay.

The 34th America's Cup was sailed in winds that varied from 19.9Kts to 25.4kts under a controversial wind limit system © Richard Gladwell Sail-World.com
The 34th America's Cup was sailed in winds that varied from 19.9Kts to 25.4kts under a controversial wind limit system

Team Japan helmed by Nathan Outteridge and Team Australia helmed by Tom Slingsby enter the box for the start of the final match race. Race Day 2 Event 2 Season 1 SailGP event in San Francisco © Chris Cameron
Team Japan helmed by Nathan Outteridge and Team Australia helmed by Tom Slingsby enter the box for the start of the final match race. Race Day 2 Event 2 Season 1 SailGP event in San Francisco

Team Australia helmed by Tom Slingsby leads against Team Japan helmed by Nathan Outteridge in the final match race. Race Day 2 Event 2 Season 1 SailGP event in San Francisco © Chris Cameron
Team Australia helmed by Tom Slingsby leads against Team Japan helmed by Nathan Outteridge in the final match race. Race Day 2 Event 2 Season 1 SailGP event in San Francisco