New Zealand has won gold and silver at Sailing World Cup Regatta with young crew Logan Dunning Beck and Jack Simpson taking the 49er victory and their best ever international performance.
Logan Dunning Beck and Jack Simpson won the 49er class at the Weymouth World Cup sailing regatta.
The pair finished sixth in the medal race on the final day to confirm their victory.
New Zealand's world champion pair of Peter Burling and Blair Tuke were not competing.
"It [winning] is a bit foreign for us," said Dunning Beck. "We're usually chasing at the back of the pack. It's awesome. Peter and Blair are great role models back at home and they're setting the bar really high."
Meanwhile Alex Maloney and Molly Meech won the final race to finish second overall in the women's 49erFX, just a point behind the winning crew from Great Britain.
Maloney and Meech will go to Rio 2016 in less than two months buoyed by a superb medal race win.
Maloney and Meech did all they could in the Medal Race but it just was not to be, however, they were still left with smiles on their faces.
"It was really cool to come out here and execute our plan," said Maloney.