Oracle Team USA did the unthinkable on Wednesday, pulling off the greatest comeback in the 162-year history of the America's Cup.
Miraculously recovering from a seven-race deficit, the team won eight races in a row to secure another victory for the United States.
Oracle founder and CEO Larry Ellison recounted the drama: "I just listened to [skipper] Jimmy Spithill. He said, 'You know what 8-1 is? 8-1 is motivating.'"
Check out some of the most dramatic moments of the final race below:
Fans line up along the waterfront.
Oracle Team USA grinder Shannon Falcone holds his seven-month-old son Cade during the dock-out ceremony.
A daredevil Oracle Team USA member hoists the jib.
The boats pass the first mark, with San Francisco's Coit Tower and the Bay Bridge peeking out of the background.
USA and New Zealand dance dangerously close in the water.
Oracle pulls ahead.
A New Zealand fan reacts during final moments.
Oracle Team USA crosses the finish line.
The celebration begins.
The cup stays in the United States.