On Spaceman, we just couldn't get lucky. Lanes were hard to find, and we couldn't get in phase at those key moments of the race. On days like today, you need to be three shifts ahead, planning your next three moves so you can place the boat properly on the racecourse against your competition. By doing this, you have a plan in place so when something unlucky occurs—like you get tacked on and lose your lane—you know what needs to happen and you can be proactive, instead of reactive, to the situation. We had some very strong moments and made lots of gains, but also had some very dumb moments that resulted in many losses.