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NEW YORK VS. NEW YORK IS BUILT TO HIGHLIGHT THE BEST TALENT THE CITY HAS TO OFFER.

FANS CRAMMED INTO any open space available. They stood side by side, packed in uncomfortably under the blistering sun. They peaked through tiny holes in surrounding fences. Some sat perched on a neighboring building, their feet dangling freely from dangerous heights. Others climbed close by trees and clung to the branches.

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