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AmericaOne Applies the Latest in Sailmaking Hi-Tech

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AmericaOne Design Engineers Discuss the Total Design Picture

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Cayard describes the advantages of a two-boat program

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Paul Cayard updates the work that has been performed by the Design Team over the past six months (9/21/98)

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Designer Bruce Nelson explains the critical role of the sailing team in the boat design process.

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Paul Cayard explains why the Kiwis are unlikely to dominate the way they did in 1995.

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Paul Cayard talks about the unsung heros — the design and technology team.

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Paul Cayard addresses the need for an early start in the boat design process.

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Skipper Paul Cayard discusses the value of having Bruce Nelson as the principal designer.

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