Portugal’s Joao Rodrigues scored a double bullet to sit atop the Raceboard Masters rankings, the 2008 RS:X World Championships silver medallist and four-time Olympian bossing proceedings after their opening two races. [more] 

Triple Olympian Slovakia’s Patrik Pollak holds down second place courtesy of his 3,2 return from today’s races.
Meanwhile there is a familiar name appearing third on the leaderboard rankings with Skandia Team GBR Development Squad Manager and coach to Britain’s top RS:X sailor Nick Dempsey, Barrie Edgington, dusting off his wetsuit and coming out of retirement for the event.
Edgington, who represented Britain at the Barcelona Olympics in 1992 and is also a former Lechner class World Champion, scored the reverse to Pollak to sit on the Slovak’s tail at the end of day one.
At fourth overall, Tom Naylor (GBR) is the top placed Grand Master, Andy Lacy (GBR) the top veteran in 11th and Annette Kent (GBR) in 17th is the highest ranked female sailor.
In the Raceboard Youth division, French sailors are nestled in the top four spots with Fabian Pic leading, Morgann Behrel second and Jerome Pasquette third while countrywoman Delphine Cousin is the highest placed female.
Racing is scheduled to resume at 11am tomorrow.  To follow all the action from WPNSA visit