It's close at the top of the leader board of the Yngling World Championships, at Rhode Island, USA.
There were light winds again, but the race organisers managed to fit one more race in on the scheduled lay day.
Christensen (DEN) has narrowly moved down to second position, with Hannah Swett's (USA) all female crew taking the lead and Skolaut (AUT) close behind. Betsy Alison (USA) has slipped from second to fourth. Swett is currently ranked 12th on the ISAF Womens World Match Race Rankings.
Former Europe class sailors Courtney Becker-Day and Shirley Robertson are also inside the Top 10.
Seven races are scheduled to be completed, with a discard after five races. Racing concludes on Saturday.
Results, Top 10, Four races completed, no discard.
(W denotes all female crew)
1. H Swett W USA 35.70
2. M Christensen DEN 36.70
3. C Skolaut AUT 40.40
4. B Alison W USA 49.00
5. R Mayr AUT 57.00
6. C Cronin W USA 59.00
7. C Becker Day W USA 59.00
8. B Chafee USA 59.00
9. J Swanson W USA 64.00
10. S Robertson GBR 65.00