The temperature in Melbourne is getting almost as hot as the competition for Rockal Evans and the other 59 Sailors competing at the Finn Gold Cup, but the lack of wind on the third day meant all racing was cancelled mid-afternoon on Wednesday.
Three races are now scheduled for Thursday with three race days of the Finn Class World Championship remaining.
New Zealand’s Josh Junior holds a 14-point lead after four races from Croatia’s Nenad Bugarin. Andy Maloney, from New Zealand, is one point behind Bugarin.
Evans is currently 42nd with 160 points.
Australian Sailing Squad’s Jake Lilley is the top ranked Australian in 12th with Oliver Tweddell following in 18th.
A fleet of 60 Finns from 22 nations including Bermuda are competing to win the 2019 Finn World Championship.