Sarah Douglas has already won the ILCA6 class with one day remaining ©World Sailing

Sarah Douglas of Canada, Ruggero Tita and Caterina Banti of Italy, and the Dutch duo of Odile van Aanholt and Annette Duetz all secured overall victories in the Trofeo Princesa Sofía Mallorca regatta.

Douglas continued her dominance in the ILCA6 single-hander class on the Bay of Palma with another win to secure the gold medal with one day to spare.

"It is so surreal at the moment," said Douglas.

"I am so excited.

"Last quad I realised I had become the queen of sixth place, I had a lot of them.

"And so I started here saying 'this quad I want to step on the podium' and here I am."

The Tokyo 2020 champions Tita and Banti started their journey to Paris 2024 in style in the Nacra 17 division.

The pair came first and third in today's races, discarding the latter, to establish a 24-point gap ahead of Finland's Sinem Kurtbay and Akseli Keskinen.

In doing so, they wrapped up the Palma World Cup title with the medal race to spare.

"Every upwind leg of this week has been a new learning opportunity," said Banti.

"We were very focused on trying to make this work as it changes the way we sail so much."

Van Aanholt and Duetz left Brazil's Olympic champions Martine Grael and Kahena Kunze in their wake as they posted first, sixth, and fourth-placed finishes to claim the FX title.

"We are very happy and we sailed a great event," said Van Aanholt, the reigning world champion.

"It was the first time Annette and I sailed together in a major regatta, so we have good reasons to celebrate, and also a lot of improvements to make.

"We work really well together but we are still finding our feet in some places too."

Elsewhere in the event, Hélène Noesmoen of France qualified for the women's iQFOIL final where she will face two riders who succeed in tomorrow's semi-finals.

"I am happy with the week," said Noesmoen.

"And it is all the same in the final, we have all done a lot of racing and are tired but this is not the first time I have been in this position and I like it."

The men's iQFOIL sees Britain's Michael Beckett also go into a decider tomorrow with Germany's 2020 world champion Philipp Buhl and Olympic gold medallist Matt Wearn of Australia expected to advance to the final.

Spain's Jordi Xamma and Nora Brugman have opened up a 16-point lead in the 470 mixed class while the Formula Kite classes saw French riders Lauriane Nolot and Theo de Ramecourt carry leads going into the final day.