All eyes will be on the Finn course again. Yesterday's tiff between Jonas Hogh-Christensen and Ben Ainslie, with Dutch sailor Pieter-Jan Postma playing a supporting role, has only heightened the interest in this class, if that were even possible given the extreme British interest in the Finn. Yesterday, Ainslie did exactly what he needed to do, pick up enough points to make it close. Now the pressure shifts back to Hogh-Christensen a bit. Today, Ainslie's goal is to pick up one more point. Because the medal race counts double, and because it's also the tiebreaker in the event two sailors finish with the same point total, any two sailors within two points of each other are effectively tied going into the medal race, making it a who beats who situation. Hogh-Christensen's one card to play is the fact that he's currently throwing out an eighth while Ainslie is tossing out a 12th. Should Hogh-Christensen find himself in front of Ainslie at any moment in today's racing, it might be a smart move to camp on the British sailor and do whatever possible to slow him down. A bad race for both sailors will be a points gain for the Danish challenger. However, as Hogh-Chrisrtensen pointed out himself yesterday, the last time he did any match racing was 15 years ago. Ainslie on the other hand is a former match racing world champion and has shown his prowess at match racing within a fleet many times.