Fifth at the 2003 worlds, the U.S. has emerged in '04.
U.S. OUTLOOK: Sailors could earn seven medals, their best haul since '92, but they must master the meltemi, unpredictable winds that are still tamer than the storms that canceled sailing at the 1896 Games.
[Gold]Wilmot & Page, Australia
[Silver]Rogers & Glanfield, Great Britain
[Bronze]Foerster & Burnham, U.S.
Kevin Burnham, 47, won a silver in '92, but with a different skipper.
[Gold]Ben Ainslie, Great
[Silver] Britain Mateusz Kusznierewicz, Poland
[Bronze]Jonas H�gh-Christensen, Denmark
Ainslie won medals in Atlanta and Sydney in the Laser class.