The America's Cup returned to New York City and the Hudson River for the first time since 1920 this weekend.
Sailing fans flocked to The Big Apple to witness six teams face off over two days of sailboat racing.
Points won at the New York event count towards overall tallies for the final competition which will be held next year in Bermuda.
A man watches boats in New York Harbor from a vantage point in New Jersey as America's Cup racing begins Saturday.
Despite a good turnout for the event, unfavorable weather conditions meant Saturday's action was curtailed.
Softbank Team Japan sails during day one of the America's Cup World Series race on the Hudson River.
Organizers said there wasn't enough wind to stage a full card of racing on Saturday.
But Sunday brought sunshine, wind and more amiable conditions.
Sailboats maneuver for position during the start of the first race on Sunday.
Groupama Team France takes to the waves during Sunday's first race.
But it would be Emirates Team New Zealand that would win in New York and retain its overall lead in the America's Cup standings.
ORACLE Team USA finished second, followed by Groupama Team France, SoftBank Team Japan, Land Rover BAR and Artemis Racing.
In the series overall, Emirates Team New Zealand now leads ORACLE Team USA with Land Rover BAR in third.