We have a lot of sailors coming back. If we look at the Radial, I already know that Anna [Tunnicliffe] and Paige [Railey] are coming back, also Sarah Lihan is going to be there. One of my first missions in my job here was to have a sit-down talk with Paige and Anna and say, "It's really great that we have two phenomenal sailors. In order for us to really secure that we're going to win this gold medal again, we have to work together." They have worked out, among themselves, a training schedule. They're going to have myself and Luther [Carpenter] of course involved, some of the other coaches. And they have taken charge. They're going to be working together in becoming No. 1 and No. 2 in the world. And with Sarah, we're going to be 1-2-3 in the world. That's at least our goal. We have Zach of course in the Finn. We have Brad Funk in the Laser, we also have Clay Johnson and a couple of other guys coming up. Tim Wadlow is taking a break for a year, but we have some young guys coming up in the 49er: Erik Storck, Trevor Moore, Peet Must, Car Horrocks, some very good sailors who are going to be fighting it out this year. The Star is a little bit more open, but I know both Andy Horton and Mark Mendelblatt are planning campaigns. Mark is coming back strong in 2009 and wants to put his mark on it early. In the 470, we have Stu [McNay] and Graham [Biehl] coming back. They're actually going to Sail Melbourne, as is Anna in the Radial. As far as the women's 470, Erin [Maxwell] and Isabelle [Kinsolving] have signed on for another year. They just bought a new boat that's coming over. Molly [Carapiet] and Molly [O'Bryan Vandemoer] are coming back. We have a lot of sailors coming back and that's just fantastic. It's really exciting that we've put together a program that the sailors like and they say, we want to do that again. I'm very excited about that.