Rob Crane, of Darien, was back out on the water in Day 2 of Laser class sailing at the Olympics Tuesday.
"Getting ready for day two of racing," Crane tweeted before Race 3. "Need a better day then (sic) yesterday. Its (sic) supposed to be breezy so we will see what happens."
It was a better day for Crane. He moved up 12 spots to finish Race 3 in 30th place, 3:42 behind the leader. There are 10 races in the regatta before the medal round.
In Race 4, Crane moved up two more spots to 28th position in the standings, but lost a bit more time to leader Pavlos Kontides, of Cyprus.
After the four combined races, Crane sits in 36th place in the event standings.
The next two races are scheduled for Wednesday beginning at 7:05 ET.
Crane, a long-time member of the Noroton Yacht Club, was in 42nd place after two races Monday. he was 4:04 behind leader Tom Slingsby of Australia.
Crane comes from a long line of sailors.
His parents and his grandfather won a Pan Am Games medal.
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