On the Puma team, we had a mixed day. The first race was pretty tough. We changed headsails within the last five minutes, didn't have a great start, and didn't make many great moves from there, ending up sixth. The second race was more promising. We used our biggest headsail, the masthead genoa, while the other boats used their fractional genoas. So we had a speed edge when the wind was down, but paid a penalty tacking and when the breeze came up on the second beat. We also got a good start and got onto the favored port tack early on, and sailed a good first beat to round in the lead. With Telefonica Blue hot on our tail, we held our lead on the run and halfway up the second beat. But as the breeze built, our big genoa became a liability, especially during the tacks. We held them off to round with a two-boatlength lead. But Telefonica timed their jibe through the mid-course gate perfectly-- they rolled us and went on to win, which was a disappointment.