Dyen commented, "It was a very good day for us with two wins for today. The gold fleet will be harder with good sailors combined from both fleets. If we can do the same as today we can stay at the top of the regatta."
They are not alone as France occupies third and fourth positions thanks to, respectively, Tuesday's leaders Morgan Lagraviere and Yann Rocherieux, and Julien D'Ortoli and Noe Delpech. Only veteran skiff sailors Paul Brotherton and Mark Asquith of Great Britain separate the French navy having sailed a 3, 3 in Wedneday's lighter conditions.
Racing continues on Thursday with the final series and the Medal Race held on Saturday.
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