The RS:X windsurfing events have been dogged by the very light conditions
and only one race was completed before the sailors were called ashore in
the hope that a further two races could be sailed later in the afternoon.
in an attempt to get two more races completed.
The lack of wind meant all races have been "pumpers" and triple Olympian Jessica Crisp made the most of her many years experience to win the first two races of the day. First competing as a 14-year-old when sailboarding was a demonstration event at Los Angeles in 1984, she represented Australia at Sydney, Athens and Beijing. The two bullets moved Crisp into a tie with Huali Zhu of China. Hualz won the final race with Crisp second, so there is a single point between them with Qiubin Chen a distant third.
In the men's event, it is still an all-Asian leaderboard with Aichen Wang of China leading from the Hong Kong pair of King Yin Chan and Ho Tsun Leung.