Racing immediately after the Finns, Argentina's Santiago Lange and Camille Saroli lead the Nacra fleet, but only just. At 54, Lange's two bronze medals in the Tornado in 2004 and 2008 have given this multihull master a slight edge over the class. "We haven't done anything yet," says a modest Lange when asked about their medal opportunity. "The competition we are facing are really good sailors and the Nacra fleet is very close, which is why we're so inconsistent." Lange is looking forward to the rest day, especially taking the time to rest (Lange had surgery last year to remove a lung) and to watch his sons, Klaus Lange and Yago Lange, compete in the 49er. There are seven boats, including the Argentinians, who have a chance at a gold medal on Tuesday, and all ten could medal at some place. Lange and Saroli are not guaranteed a medal of any variety due to the closeness of the class.