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.
Two Kiwi crews will be on the medal hunt tomorrow at the final day of the World Cup regatta in Miami.
Paul Snow-Hansen and Dan Willcox tend to go about their business in a quiet fashion but their steady climb up the men's 470 leaderboard at the World Cup regatta in Miami won't have gone unnoticed.
There's only a small contingent of New Zealand sailors at the World Cup regatta in Miami but they are making themselves known with all three inside the top eight after two days of racing.
Damage limitation was the order of the day at the World Cup regatta in Miami today, especially after sailors spent many hours on the water waiting for the breeze to fill in.
New Zealand sailors walked away from the Enoshima Olympic Week regatta with four medals, including golds to Alex Maloney and Molly Meech in the 49erFX and Tom Saunders in the Laser.
Another typhoon is starting to gather momentum and so are Alex Maloney and Molly Meech at the Enoshima Olympic Week regatta in Japan.
The first day of the Enoshima Olympic Week regatta was about backing yourself and hoping it came off and it did for a couple of New Zealand boats.
Tom Saunders made too many mistakes on the final two days of racing at the Delta Lloyd Regatta in the Netherlands, slipping from fourth to miss the medal race by one point.
Winds were light for day two of the 2014 European Laser Standard and Laser Radial Championships being held in Split, Croatia and all fleets added just one race to their results before the diminishing sea breeze saw the second scheduled race cancelled.