Steady winds, boat speed rule in Key West

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John Kilroy has been leading the Melges 32 class since Tuesday and holds a comfortable 10-point advantage with just two races remaining at Key West 2010, presented by Nautica. However, the California skipper plans to sail the last day of the regatta the same way he did the first.

"We're not going to do anything different. We'll just go out and sail as well as we possibly can and hope that is good enough to get the job done," Kilroy said. "We don't really look at the score until the regatta is over. Of course, you always would rather be in the lead going into the last day, but we can't allow that to change our approach."

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