Further outside on the ocean course, it became more evident that USA's Caleb Paine should consider adopting the nickname "comeback kid." In both his final race yesterday and today, Paine staged impressive recoveries in the Finn. Today he posted his best result so far, climbing from ninth to second in the final leg. "I kept looking for a good lane and something to tack into," says Paine. "The goal is to get the boat to foot and really let it loose." Like his teammates in the 470, the final leg was the most chaotic in the building breeze and swell, but Paine held on and crossed just behind Great Britain's Giles Scott. "I need to get my starts a little better from time to time," says Paine of his habit of starting behind and finishing ahead. "I definitely like making it hard on myself there's no doubt about that."