Littlejohn dodges dozens of people as he weaves the boat and dolly through the crowds to the boat ramp. The dollies, he says, are poorly designed, and the logistics have been a nightmare. The men’s toilets in the athletes lounge are already clogged. But, its’ the chaos of the games that you have to embrace, he says, as he navigates around the Croatian coaching staff. “It’s the Brazilian way of doing things,” explained Railey earlier in the day. “It may not get done a week ahead of time, but it’ll get done.” Here, they call it the Jeitinho Brasileiro, the laid-back Brazilian way of life. Its familiar to Railey, having spent more time here than any other sailor than perhaps the Brazilians (and it's possible she has them beat, too). The media, the sailors, the coaches and the rest of us will just have to get used to it.