Healy said that one side wasn't favored over the other and added that it was important to stay in the puffs. "Both sides of the course were working," Healy said. "It was important to stay in the puff and in phase, and John (Mollicone, tactician, Providence, RI) did nice job for us. When you were in pressure then you could tack. You couldn't tack if you weren't in a puff because you wouldn't accelerate out of the tack. Every windward leg we probably cycled through 10 puffs and lulls.