Britain's Rogers-Glanfield won the first race of the day in men's golden group. Kosmatopoulos- Trigonis of Greece finished in second and Swedes Molund-Andersson in third.
Brothers Coster of the Netherlands took the victory in the second race of the day, finishing ahead of Britain's Rogers-Glanfield, who are now second in the overall standings, and Marinho and Cantero of Portugal.
Rogers and Glanfield were on fire today and won in the third race of the day once again. Marinho and Cantero were second and Poland's Stanczyk-Jakubiak third.
1 UKR 7 BRASLAVETS, MATVIENKO 33.0pts
2 GBR 791 ROGERS, GLANFIELD 53.0pts
3 AUS 311 WILMOT, PAGE 54.0pts
4 ESP 1769 MARTINEZ, CANTERO 62.0pts
5 POR 22 MARINHO, NUNES 64.0pts
6 NZL 192 COOKE, NICHOLAS 67.0pts
Sofia Bekatourou and Emilia Tsoulfa are only a small step away from reclaiming the Womens World title. Only protests against them could spoil their celebration. Today they were second and sixth in the two races that were held in women's competition.
They have increased their advantage over Australia's Armstrong and Stowell to 33 points.
Via-Dufresne and Azon of Spain are in third place overall, only a point behind the Australians.
Womens standings after 11 races, scores take into account 2 discards
1 GRE 64 BEKATORU, TSOULFA 21.0pts
2 AUS 341 ARMSTROG, STOWELL 54.0pts
3 ESP 1788 VIA DUFRESNE, AZON 55.0pts
4 GER 4908 ROTHWEILER, LEU 65.0pts
5 ISR 114 KEDMI, FABRIKANT 82.0pts
6 USA 1747 BECKER DEY, WENNERSTROM 84.0pts