New Zealand did enough to secure the Silver with France pipping the Dutch for Bronze.

With other sports failing to fire, Tom Slingsby's Laser victory started a Gold rush that made sailing the focus of attention.

Jake Lilley talks about his two steak day and the reunion with his father.

"He has a great attitude, great work ethic and is just a great guy."

At 54 Lange is the oldest competitor at the sailing, he has had the pleasure of watching his sons represent their nation in the 49er, and he has survived cancer in the past year.

Caleb Paine of the USA won the medal race but Scott dominated the class.

In the Women's division, the British pair has already secured the Gold.

The Kiwis have an amazing 34 points lead, while Outteridge and Jensen need to put a boat between themselves and Germany to take Silver.

A penalty turn on the final run almost cost Sante Lange and Cecelia Saroli (ARG) but they recovered to cross in sixth, just enough for the Gold.

Tonci Stipanovic attacked the Australian but Burton turned the tables.

Annalise Murphy was briefly in Gold medal position but was happy to settle for Silver after the disappointment of London.

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Brazilian hopes were boosted when Martine Grael and Kahana Kunze briefly hit the lead in the 49erFX.

Jake Lilley benefitted from the DSQ of a sailor who beat him in the final race, leap-frogging him into the medal race over a sailor who beat the bloke who was disqualified.

Leading after the first two races of the day, a 17th in the final race of the series makes a medal possible but the Gold unlikely.