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ToThe Third Power: The Inside Story of Bill Koch's Winning Strategies for The Americas Cup

Larsen, Paul C.

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ISBN 10: 0964405806 / ISBN 13: 9780964405806
Published by The America3 Foundation, West Palm Beach, FL, 1994
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500, [4] p. Includes: illustrations, diagrams, index. Glossary. Most illustrations in color. The challenge offered by the America's Cup is both ambiguous and darkly formidable. It is a comprehensive test of resources, technology, tactics, and ingenuity. It demands both business acumen and a crew of athletes. The cup is a best-of-seve series of two boat match races. The America3 syndicate grew to more than 200 people and cost more than $68 million to field the winning craft and crew. Very good in very good dust jacket. DJ is in a plastic sleeve. Bookseller Inventory # 64860

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Title: ToThe Third Power: The Inside Story of Bill ...

Publisher: The America3 Foundation, West Palm Beach, FL

Publication Date: 1994

Binding: Hardcover

Illustrator: Forster, Daniel (Photographer).

Edition: Presumed first edition/first printing.

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Here's the inside story of sailing's most comprehensive test of resources, technology, tactics, and ingenuity. Never before has an America's Cup syndicate put such an emphasis on the use of science to design and build a racing yacht. Never before has the same scientific method been used to select and train a crew. Never before has such a de-emphasis been placed on the so-called "rock stars" of the sport.
To the Third Power puts the reader inside the America[superscript 3] compound, beside the testing tanks, next to the wind tunnels, and on board the fastest sailboats ever built. It provides a rare glimpse of the personalities and emotions that made up the 1992 defense of what has become yachting's "Holy Grail."

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Paul Larsen heads the Larsen Media Group.

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