Coopers-Rag & Famish Hotel heads the points scores at the halfway point of the championship with a total of 15 points.

With seven races in big breeze, helm Adam Minoprio and the rest of the crew on board the Danish-flagged syndicate delivered a masterclass, taking home four wins and two seconds.

Five firsts and a second added up to an incontestable series win for Tom and Alan Quick.

Mat Belcher and Will Ryan won gold in the 470 while Tom Burton took bronze in the Laser.

Shaun Tiedemann’s Sydney 36 dominated corrected time results in all three handicap categories.

Aussies Belcher and Ryan hold a large 15-point advantage in the Men’s 470 going into the Medal Race.

Four bullets, a second and a third moved SAP Extreme Sailing Team up to second place.

Two races were completed on the Manly Circle in 16-18 knots gusting to 24, and a third inshore in similar wind strengths.

Alinghi served up good results in the day’s fairly light conditions.

The two events would be sailed out of Fremantle Sailing Club on the Swan River.

World champions and Rio 2016 silver medallists Mat Belcher and Will Ryan (AUS) have dominated the 470 fleet after six races.

There was early hope when the Men's Skiff, (49er), were sent out to race but after arriving at the racing area the conditions didn't allow for competition.

Rio Laser champion Tom Burton and silver medallists Jason Waterhouse and Lisa Darmanin have confirmed their participation.

Wednesday’s Ocean Summit in Alicante brought together politicians, scientists, business and sport to tackle the problem of ocean health, with a specific focus on plastic pollution.

The international Jury has selected the top 80 yacht racing images taken this year throughout the world and the public is now invited to vote.