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.
Liv Mackay and Micah Wilkinson love a bit of breeze and they revelled in the challenging conditions on the second day of the Kiel Week regatta.
The awards keep coming for the members of Emirates Team New Zealand with Josh Junior collecting the sportsman of the year and supreme award at last night's Sport Wellington awards night.
The New Zealand contingent made a strong start to Kiel Week, with five boats inside the top four after the first day or racing.
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.
Yachting New Zealand are looking for a Women's Sailing Manager, a wide-ranging new role that will help cement this country's place at the forefront of the sport at all levels.
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.