The Aspen Viper 640 International Championships resumed on the Great Sound a day after racing was called off due to high winds.
The day saw four races sailed taking the total to 6 races in the Series thus far.
Race One on the day and Race Three of the Series was won by American Cardwell Potts, with Justin Scott from Great Britain was second and and Canadian Brad Boston was third. The first Bermuda boat to cross the line was Douglas De Couto in 4th place.
Race Four of the Series saw Scott cross the first, followed by Bruce Mattinson from Australia and American Zeke Horowitz was third, Somers Kempe was the first Bermuda boat to cross the line in this race finishing 5th.
Race Five of the Series was dominated by Americans as they took the top six spots, Horowitz was first, followed by Peter Bauer and Patrick Mauro was third, Kempe was again the first Bermuda boat to cross the line in this race finishing 11th.
The final race of the day and the Sixth of the Series saw Canadian Boston cross the first, followed by Geoff Far from USA and fellow American Cardwell Potts was third, Alec Cutler was the first Bermuda boat to cross the line in this race finishing 5th.
Horowitz remains the overall leader with ten points, while Scott is in second with twenty-four points, while Fargo is in third with thirty-two points. Kempe leads the Bermuda Fleet with forty-one points and is in 7th place.