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Athletics celebrate Al-West title

Before the Oakland Athletics took the field on Sunday for their final home game of the regular season, they needed a win against Minnesota or a Texas loss to clinch the AL-West title. Fortunately, they got both. 

Scenes of the City: America's Cup

As the America's Cup duel between Oracle team USA and Emirates team New Zealand continues, we headed out for one last day on the water to bring you pics of the fastest catamaran sailboats in the world, fans clinging to the seashore, and fog clinging to San Francisco.

How to Eat Like an America's Cup Sailor

Photo by Chris Cameron.

What’s it like preparing food for 100-plus members of the Emirates Team New Zealand (the challenger to Oracle Team USA for the 34th America's Cup)? Never-ending, that’s for sure.

7x7 and OneSF Celebrate the Season of Sailing

7x7 welcomed VIP guests to a warm day on the water to launch our newest primer to San Francisco, "Season of Sailing"—a collaboration with OneSF to celebrate the oldest trophy in sport, America's Cup—with a lively party on the patio at La Mar Cebicheria Peruana.

Scenes of the City: America's Cup

We recently we headed out onto SF Bay to catch some of the America's Cup Red Bull Youth racing to give you a bit of a preview of what will happen over this weekend, starting Sunday.

America's Cup 101: A Primer for The Confused

America's Cup Race

Unless you’ve been living in a cave, you’re probably aware there’s a boat race going on in our backyard. And if you’re like the rest of San Francisco, that’s the extent of your knowledge about America’s Cup.

Scenes of the City: America's Cup

Despite the recent gray weather, the high-speed racing continued on the SF Bay with even more America's Cup sailing.

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Scenes of the City: America's Cup Opener

Despite the lack of competition, it was a thrilling and beautiful day to be out watching the first day of the America's Cup sailing, with Emirates Team New Zealand reaching almost 50 mph on the water. The Luna Rossa Challenge team sat out Sunday's opener due to a rule dispute, so Emirates Team New Zealand sailed alone, picking up the first point. 

Plenty of people joined the festivities, led by Maori dancers, jazz bands and all sorts of activities at the America's Cup Park. Enjoy the slideshow and look out for more America's Cup coverage while the action lasts.

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