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2020 Finn World Masters cancelled.

2020 Finn Masters Magazine

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2020 IFA Annual General Meeting
This was to be held during the Finn Gold Cup in Palma, on Sunday 10 May at 10.00. As required by the IFA Constitution, all submissions or proposals needed to have been sent to office (at) finnclass.org before 10 March, to allow all papers and agendas to be published ahead of April 10 deadline. The AGM will now be held as an online postal vote. Secretaries will be sent voting papers.

Sailor's Survey

A Sailor Survey has been launched. More here.

Wall Calendars 2020

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Finn Calendar 2020

Finn Gold Cup • 8-16 May • Palma (RESTRICTED ENTRY)
U23 World Championship - Combined with Gold Cup
Finn World Masters • 29 May-5 June • Port Zelande
European Championship • 3-11 July • Gdynia
Olympics • 28 July-4 Aug • Enoshima
European Masters • 31 Aug-5 Sept • Gdynia

MAJOR CHAMPIONSHIPS 2019

More details on each event at these events sites

   
   

  


July 2019

All news and results for the Finn Silver Cup in Anzio can be found at 2019.finnsilvercup.org.

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May 2019

2019 edition of Finn Masters Magazine published

October 2018

2019 Calendar now available here.

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All major dates for 2019 now confirmed.

Europeans - Athens, Greece, 10 to 18 May
Masters - Shovskoved, Denmark, 7-17 June
Silver Cup - Anzio, Italy 14-20 July
Masters Europeans - Schwerin, Germany, 11-15 September
Finn Gold Cup - Royal BrightonYC, Melbourne, 13 - 21 December

August 2018
For all reports from the 2018 Finn Silver Cup in Koper, Slovenia please check the event website at 2018.finnsilvercup.org

January 2018
 
Major Events for 2018
Open Europeans • Cadiz, Spain • 9-17 March
Finn World Masters • El Balis, Spain • 18-25 May
Finn Gold Cup (World Sailing Championships) • Aarhus, Denmark • 30 July to 10 August)
Finn Silver Cup (U23 Worlds) • Koper, Slovenia • 25-31 August
Finn European Masters • Split, Croatia • 11-14 September
 
December 2017
 
December eNews published.
 
November 2017
 
Two new Finn books published.
 
Notice of Race published and Online Entry open for 2018 Europeans in Cadiz
 
The 2018 Finn Class Calendar is now available to purchase
 
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All current news articles can be found in the menu on the left. Archived news can be found under the NEWS menu above.

 

2019 Finn Gold Cup - Melbourne, Australia

Royal Brighton Yacht Club, Melbourne, Australia

13 - 21 December, 2019

 

 

 

 

1

2

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4

5

6

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8

9

MR

PNTS

1

NZL24

Josh Junior

1

5

5

1

2

3

5

(16)

8

14

44

2

NED89

Nicholas Heiner

(13)

3

7

5

7

7

6

8

3

6

52

3

HUN40

Zsombor Berecz

(23)

8

1

16

5

2

3

1

13

4

53

4

GBR41

Giles Scott

16

6

4

4

10

5

1

5

(17)

16

67

5

AUS1

Jake Lilley

(19)

14

16

11

6

9

8

2

4

2

72

6

NZL61

Andy Maloney

5

1

19

2

8

18

2

(21)

6

18

79

7

CRO10

Nenad Bugarin

8

2

9

7

14

21

15

6

(25)

10

92

8

CAN18

Tom Ramshaw

4

11

12

(14)

9

13

13

4

9

20

95

9

ESP26

Joan Cardona  (U23) 

3

15

18

(30)

13

6

7

22

2

12

98

10

TUR21

Alican Kaynar

9

(26)

26

17

4

12/rdg

12

11

1

8

100

11

FRA112

Jonathan Lobert

27

13

15

(29)

3

4

16

12

11

3

104

12

ESP7

Alejandro Muscat

2

9

11

13

(bfd)

25

9

19

5

18

111

13

GBR11

Ed Wright

(33)

30

21

3

1

15

20

7

18

1

116

14

SUI1

Nils Theuninck (U23)

18

19

6

6

12

(26)

4

17

23

11

116

15

CZE5

Ondrej Teply

12

(28)

10

12

23

19

23

3

21

9

132

16

SWE33

Max Salminen

21

24

2

(bfd)

15

10

18

20

27

6

143

17

USA91

Luke Muller (U23)

26

10

22

8

19

24

26

(33)

14

5

154

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GRE77

Ioannis Mitakis

32

21

(ret)

18

20

8

14

18

16

7

154

19

FRA17

Fabian Pic

6

7

23

(35)

27

27

10

13

22

22

157

20

FIN8

Oskari Muhonen (U23)

10

(34)

17

26

18

20

24

24

26

2

167

21

AUS261

Oliver Tweddell

22

17

24

15

24

16

35

(42)

10

4

167

22

CRO369

Milan Vujasinovic

7

4

8

31

21

22

29

26

20

(dnc)

168

23

CRO1

Josip Olujic

29

(32)

20

27

16

12

11

9

31

14

169

24

GBR71

Henry Wetherell (U23)

17

(35)

31

9

17

30

19

30

7

10

170

25

USA6

Calebpaine

20

16

32

23

(bfd)

17

17

10

30

8

173

26

GER25

Max Kohlhoff

24

12

27

21

25

11

28

(32)

24

17

189

27

NOR1

Anders Pedersen

14

37

(bfd)

37

11

14

27

15

33

13

201

28

SWE11

Johannes Pettersson (U23)

15

18

3

19

32

29

30

37

(49)

23

206

29

GER259

Phillip Kasueske

30

25

13

20

(31)

28

25

29

29

13

212

30

ESP17

Pablo Guitian

(38)

22

29

10

30

23

32

28

19

34

227

31

BRA109

Jorge Zarif

28

27

30

40

(bfd)

31

21

23

12

20

232

32

IRL9

Oisin Mcclelland

34

36

(40)

22

22

32

22

14

36

15

233

33

CAN2

Kyle Martin

11

33

(36)

28

26

34

31

27

32

25

247

34

FRA93

Antoine Devineau

(dnf)

23

14

25

28

36

33

25

45

24

253

35

AUS91

Lachlan Gilham (U23)

31

20

34

24

34

33

38

(44)

34

19

267

36

FRA111

Valerian Lebrun

25

29

28

32

33

(39)

37

31

37

21

273

37

AUS41

Lewis Brake

40

43

(46)

34

29

35

36

39

28

16

300

38

GER595

Simon Gorgels

36

31

33

(46)

37

37

34

35

40

26

309

39

JPN7

Yuki Nishio (U23)

37

(42)

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38

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40

40

40

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28

314

40

AUS32

Jock Calvert (U23)

41

38

25

44

40

41

42

(45)

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29

338

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ESP57

VíCtor Gorostegui

35

39

37

41

36

(43)

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43

27

340

42

USA14

Eric Anderson

42

41

35

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38

(dnf)

38

41

32

341

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BER9

Rockal Evans

(43)

40

38

39

39

42

41

34

35

33

341

44

AUS4

Harmon Mcaullay (U23)

46

47

44

33

42

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47

46

(50)

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383

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AUS110

Marcus Whitley

47

44

45

47

44

46

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(49)

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30

386

46

FIN118

Waltteri Moisio (U23)

44

(50)

42

42

45

49

50

36

42

38

388

47

FIN99

Jesse Kylänpää̈

45

45

(52)

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41

45

46

42

44

35

393

48

JPN6

Hajime Kokumai

39

48

(54)

43

43

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45

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37

395

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JPN3

Yuji Fujimura

48

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39

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(50)

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40

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50

AUS296

James Bevis

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49

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50

(52)

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420

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JPN8

Yoshiki Sato

50

(53)

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51

51

47

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434

52

AUS61

Mark Jackson

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51

48

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(52)

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39

437

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AUS255

Ajay Rau 

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52

56

(dnf)

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53

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42

469

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AUS302

Peter Wallace

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AUS277

Robert Lichter

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AUS45

Kerry Spencer

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(dnc)

dnc

dnc

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57

AUS7

Greg Clark

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dnc

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AUS68

Jay Harrison

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55

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55

(dnc)

dnc

dnc

dnc

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dnc

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AUS9

John Shallvey

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AUS303

David Ellis

(dnc)

dnc

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52

dnc

dnc

dnc

dnc

dnc

dnc

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