Sam Meech and Paul Snow-Hansen and Dan Willcox added two more medals from the World Cup regatta in Hyeres to round out a very successful event for New Zealand's sailors.
New Zealand sailors collected a full set of medals at the World Cup regatta in Hyeres overnight (NZ time) with a gold, silver and bronze and the prospect of more tonight.
Alex Maloney and Molly Meech will be racing for gold tonight (NZ time) in the medal race of the 49erFX at the World Cup regatta in Hyeres.
Plenty of high scores are being recorded as sailors struggle with the light winds at the World Cup in Hyeres but a handful of New Zealanders are in medal contention as the regatta moves into the final stages.
Alex Maloney and Molly Meech made their move on the second day of the World Cup regatta in Hyeres, posting two wins from three races to jump into second overall in the 49erFX.
Eight New Zealand crews were in the top 10 but it wasn't without its challenges on a tricky first day of racing at the World Cup regatta in Hyeres.
Paul Snow-Hansen and Dan Willcox are rarities in New Zealand Olympic class sailing.
For Paul Snow-Hansen and Dan Willcox it was perfect conditions today at the Oceanbridge NZL Sailing Regatta at Murrays Bay. For others, it was pretty chaotic.
The 2018 NZL Sailing Team has a fresh look to it with three additions to last year’s squad as the focus on the 2020 Tokyo Olympics heats up.
The medals proved elusive for the New Zealand sailors at the World Cup regatta in Miami but all three crews in action today proved they are in good form early in the year.