The wins came on the same day that the youngest sailor in the Women's Match Racing turned 20.
"We had another good day," said Price. "To be honest I hadn't thought that it was my birthday, I'd been trying to block it out but now that it's finished it was a good birthday."
The Australian trio has one round robin race left, to take place on Saturday, before the quarterfinals take place next Tuesday.
"We've got a day off, then one race on the next, day then two days off so we've got a pretty good plan of what we're going to do," said Curtis "We're used to spending time here in Weymouth so we'll just enjoy ourselves and have a bit of downtime."
Tamara Echegoyen (ESP) is second in the round robin followed by Ekaterina Skudina (RUS) and Anna Tunnicliffe (USA).
The Women's Match Racers enjoy a rare day off tomorrow.
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