"We're in fifth place right now, three points out of third, but we had a tough day today," said Dan Cameron, who's sailing with Jim Ryan on a What Me Worry, a J/80. "It was very difficult on our course today, we were in good shape but we had the Melges 24 fleet sail through us, they're a little faster and we had one boat camp on us and put some hurt on us at one point and we fell back to eighth in the first race today, and then in the second race the breeze was just terribly light. We were doing two knots downwind with none of the sails filled, just the current carrying us down. The current was even worse today than yesterday because the breeze was a little lighter. We rounded both weather marks in third place, but we went from third to eighth, then third to tenth in our last race just going downwind, it was just horrible. Hopefully tomorrow they'll be a bit more breeze, but the first two boats are pretty well established up front. We're at 22 points, and I think they're at 12, so unless they have bad days tomorrow, which probably won't happen, because when there's a little bit of breeze it's easier to stay up front.