In light air we just try to sail as fast as we can. You can try to cover, but you can't, the course is too big. You just have to sail what you have around you, the best you can. People will pass you, there's nothing you can do about it. You just have to keep, plugging away in whatever's just around you, in the moment of now, and not get too worried, too blown out of shape when someone starts beating you because they've got better wind. It's just the way it happens. Just keep plugging away, keep working. You can see the scores are all up and down, that's indicative or our fleet. We have some closely competitive sailors. Corey Harding, you should mention him, those guys sailed their best races they ever sailed this weekend. There's a couple of races where they got the best start and they left us. We've won here in Texas for many, many years. Those guys sailed really well.