|"America" 1851 NYYC|
|Start of fleet race|
In between races I watched my fellow spectators, especially this woman juggling three really expensive, really heavy cameras, one with the largest telephoto I've ever seen. She was hopping up and down the precarious rocky shoreline, sometimes using a tall stepladder to get above all the heads. She was very self-contained, and really focused - never spoke to anyone, never took her eyes off the boats.
|Between races on Youth Day|
|Spithill's team had just won the fleet race|