New Zealand Olympic gold medallists Jo Aleh and Olivia Powrie are dominating the opening exchanges at the sailing World Cup in Qingdao, China.
The 470 world champions have won every race to date, despite returning from a short break in racing.
A cool front bringing strong winds eased to 14 knot breezes, allowing all three races on the third day to be completed.
A strong opening race win kickstarted Aleh and Powrie's day, and even penalty turns at the start of the second didn't affect their focus as they pushed to another win in the second.
They rounded off the day with a final win, their fourth in a row.
Aleh says the pair haven't raced since winning the world championship in August, and were enjoying being back out on the water.
"It was pretty tricky today and pretty all over the place. We've got a boat that we're not quite used to, so we're dropping things at the wrong time but it's good fun."
Huimin Feng and Lizhu Huang of China and compatriots Nan Zhang and Yixiao Lv trail the New Zealanders in second and third on 13 points apiece.
In the men's Laser, New Zealander Thomas Saunders sits second after five races on 14 points, with Croatia's Tonci Stipanovic leading on eight.