"But Sunday is looking good," Bilger said more optimistically. By then, however, some of the media, including Eurosport's lead commentator, Paul Cayard, will have already shipped out. We have eight TV crews here, waiting with bated breath to cover any sort of action for more than a week. If the first race is canned for a third time tomorrow, expect them to start packing up their expensive satellite trucks. When the focus turns to the Winter Olympics in Vancouver on Saturday, the schedules will be full of action from the slopes. And sailing will be relegated to the Web. Even sailors are asking "How come we have two of the most technologically advanced race yachts in the world and they can't sail in anything more than 15 knots of breeze or 1-meter seas?" Nonsailors, particularly TV editors, can make no sense of it at all. Our sport has already shot itself in the foot. If there is another abandonment tomorrow, all mainstream media will consider sailing to be totally lame.