Two down, two to go.
Some of Australia's Olympic sailors spent the night partying hard after winning one gold medal on Monday and assuring themselves of another.
Tom Slingsby won gold in the Laser class while Nathan Outteridge and Iain Jensen amassed an unassailable lead in the 49er skiff.
The trio spent the night partying at the Cove House Inn - the pub near the Olympic sailing venue that's been adopted by the Aussie contingent.
Prime Minister Julia Gillard telephoned Slingsby via a team staff member to offer her congratulations.
The red-headed sailor hung up on Ms Gillard the first time she called because he didn't recognise the number.
When the pair finally spoke, Ms Gillard told him it was a victory for 'rangas' everywhere.
"We're certainly extremely happy for Tom and Michael (Slingsby's coach Michael Blackburn," sailing team boss Peter Conde said.
"It sets a great tone for the team ... and to be able to add Nathan and Iain to that unofficially made it a pretty special day."
But with the men's 470 crew and the women's match racing team both on track to win their respective classes, there is plenty more work to do.
The men's 470 pair Malcolm Page and Mat Belcher have a particularly big job, having seen their overall lead cut to just one point during Monday's racing.
They have three races left to try to secure the gold and its looking like a straight fight between the Australians and Great Britain.
The women's match racing team, lead by skipper Olivia Price, face a do-or-die quarter final against the Dutch on Tuesday afternoon.
They won all 11 of their preliminary races, but all that hard work would be for nothing if they lose the knockout clash against the unfancied Dutch team.