In the Nacras, France's Billy Besson and Marie Riou suffered the first day of racing, due in part to an Besson's cronic back injury. Yesterday they came back with force with a second followed by two bullets, but still sit in 7th overall. They'll need a repeat of their day of dominance to climb back into contention for gold, and will need to avoid disaster today to get to the medal race. Australian cousins Lisa Darmanin and Jason Waterhouse, who lead the fleet going into the final day, were relieved that the French were back in fighting form. "They're the best in the world and that's who we want to be sailing against here," says Darmanin. So far, the Aussies have managed to stay ahead, but had less impressive results yesterday, making them vulnerable to other well performing boats in the fleet.