Despite the chaotic final hour of the day, the earlier part of the day was gorgeous sailing, with 10-14 knots, flat water and sunshine. The course was relatively even with a slight advantage at the top mark on the left side due to an ebbing tide, and New Zealand's Peter Burling and Blair Tuke kept their grip on the lead. Rivals Nathan Outteridge and Iain Jensen closed the gap on the Kiwis today. "The way forward is to focus on ourselves, correct the mistakes we've made so far this regatta and get some good results," says Tuke. The Australians suffered early on in the regatta, executing poor starts and failing to get out of the pack. They've since recovered to third overall, and if they can continue to close the gap on the Kiwis and Germany's Erick Heil and Tomas Plossel tomorrow in the final day of preliminary racing, they'll have a chance at gold. If Burling and Tuke continue to reign, they could run away with the gold tomorrow.