New Zealand collected two gold medals at Kiel Week, with Josh Junior winning the Finn and Alex Maloney and Molly Meech taking out the 49erFX.
Consistency has been hard to achieve for most in the challenging conditions at Kiel Week but a handful of New Zealand crews are in the hunt for medals, including Andy Maloney who leads the Finn.
Kiel Week is the biggest sailing regatta in the world and for most of the New Zealand contingent in Germany it represents their final shakedown before their biggest event of the year.
New Zealand might have had only two sailors competing at the World Cup Series final in Marseille but both collected medals with Josh Junior taking silver and Andy Maloney bronze in the Finn.
Josh Junior won his first races of the European season overnight (NZ time) which put him in a strong position to win his first regatta of the season.
The leaderboard in the Finn class at the World Cup Series final in Marseille is starting to take shape and New Zealand's Andy Maloney and Josh Junior are right in the hunt for the medals.
Josh Junior and Andy Maloney continued their good run at the World Cup Series final in Marseille overnight (NZ time) with the pair sitting inside the top four after two days of racing.
Josh Junior and Andy Maloney are in the mix after the first day of the World Cup Series final in Marseille overnight (NZ time).
It's helped the likes of Jo Aleh, Jason Saunders and Josh Junior with their development as teenagers and the St John's Rotary Scholarship is available to assist another young sailor or crew in 2018.
Josh Junior kept his nerve and his boat upright to win a dramatic medal race at the Finn European Championships in Spain but it wasn't quite enough to claim bronze.