Poland's Olga Górnaś-Grudzień is the new leader in the women's Hansa 303 standings after winning all three races held today at the Para World Sailing Championships in Puerto Sherry in Spanish city Cádiz.
Górnaś-Grudzień ended yesterday with a sixth-place finish in race three, but that was discarded following her trio of victories today.
She now sits on 12 points with home favourite Violeta Del Reino, the 2017 winner and 2018 bronze medallist, on the same mark in second place.
Brazil's Ana Paula Marques is third with 15 points.
In the men's Hansa 303 event, Poland's Piotr Cichocki remains in front.
The 2017 world gold medallist has seven points to his name, giving him an advantage of one over defending champion Chris Symonds of Australia.
France's Edouard Champault has dropped to third spot with 13 points.
Two-time Paralympic gold medallist Damien Seguin of France and Italy's Antonio Squizzato have stayed in first and second place, respectively, in the 2.4mR event.
In the 2.4mR fleet, @sailingdamien 🇫🇷 and Antonio Squizzato 🇮🇹 stay 1st and 2nd, winning a race each.— Para World Sailing (@parawsailing) July 4, 2019
Entering the top three after Day 2 is Bjørnar Erikstad 🇳🇴
The day's other race win went to @SailCanada's Peter Eagar 🇨🇦
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They each picked up one win today with Seguin finishing on seven points and Squizzato on 13.
Entering the top three is Norway's Bjørnar Erikstad, who is level on points with Squizzato.
Action also continued today in the RS Venture Connect competition.
There was no change to the top two with Italy's Fabrizio Olmi and Davide Di Maria still first, on nine points, and Canada's John McRoberts and Scott Lutes remaining their nearest challengers, on 10 points.
Spain's Gabriel Barroso de Maria and Enrique Vives are third with 15 points.
Competition is due to continue tomorrow.
Medal races are scheduled for Sunday (July 7).
Full results can be viewed by clicking here.