Results: Nick Dempsey leads the windsurfing class in Miami

Olympic silver medallist Nick Dempsey currently leads after one day of the Miami Sailing World Cup event.

The windsurfer, riding the RS:X class, finished second in the first race but can now discard that result after winning later in the day. Bryony Shaw is also enjoying the regatta, lying in fourth place after three races. Paralympian Megan Pascoe is in third in the 2.4MR class, getting over a bad start to finish second in the second race. Alex Mills Barton is off to a decent start, lying in sixth with two consecutive two second places in the Laser race, but David Brockbank is 21st in the Finn.

David Lynn was the only British golfer to card an under par round, scoring 70 in the Farmers Insurance Open, but it was only good enough for tied 34th place. Ross Fisher, Greg Owen and Martin Laird all saw their positions drop on the final day, with Owen dropping 19 places thanks to a three over par last round.

In Park City, Utah, Jack Gower finished ninth in the Giant Slalom event, with Lucas Underkoffler in 50th. Jordan Fitzgerald came in 21st over at the Snowbird Slalom race.

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