I wouldn’t say it’s been more of a struggle, no. The first day we had a bit of bad luck in catching a mark on our keel, because the [pin boat] wasn’t anchored properly; the next day we had a solid race with the Aussies, it came down to six inches, and it was their turn to win it. Yesterday we had a good race with the Russians, and we just made a small mistake and they passed us. We have three losses and it’s…we’re not by any means thinking we’re struggling at all. The difference I’d say in this regatta is it’s just so drawn out that, that you don’t ever really get into the swing of things. You just do a race, and then you’re out of the boat, and then you go back in, you do a race, and then you’re done for the day. There’s no settling in and getting going. But, it’s been fun, and everybody’s having to deal with it, so it’s the team that deals with it the best really.