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2020 Finn World Masters cancelled.

2020 Finn Masters Magazine

Read it here.

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.

 

2016 Finn Gold Cup - Gaeta, Italy

Yacht Club Gaeta
Finn Gold Cup 2016
5-13 May 2016
All Boats
Series Summary

 

Pl

B#

Sail #

Sailor

Tot

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

MR

FR

1

6

GBR41

Giles Scott

23

-38

5

2

1

7

1

1

6

 

2

3

DEN2

Jonas Hogh-Christensen

40

-30

1

19

3

3

8

4

2

 

3

10

NED842

Pieter Jan Postma

62

4

17

10

-47

4

5

12

10

 

4

1

AUS41

Jake Lilley

67

-47

14

21

5

6

7

6

8

 

5

12

ITA117

Giorgio Poggi

68

6

12

-41

13

20

3

10

4

 

6

8

GRE77

Ioannis Mitakis

75

-29

7

9

16

9

9

5

20

 

7

32

FRA17

Fabian Pic

82

3

20

-25

6

1

13

23

16

 

8

29

CAN18

Tom Ramshaw

85

12

24

4

17

5

11

(74\DNC)

12

 

9

7

GBR11

Ed Wright

88

-40

25

22

7

15

2

3

14

 

10

26

GER259

Phillip Kasueske

93

18

9

1

2

25

-37

20

18

 
                           

11

4

AUS261

Oliver Tweddell

96

22

26

-28

27

2

6

2

 

11

12

22

ITA146

Michele Paoletti

100

-28

13

15

10

8

19

17

 

18

13

13

EST2

Deniss Karpak

103

1

3

13

-31

19

23

16

 

28

14

30

CZE5

Ondrej Teply

111

21

10

6

-38

11

26

18

 

19

15

20

ESP7

Alejandro Muscat

117

13

15

24

8

13

-25

21

 

23

16

25

POL17

Piotr Kula

128

25

2

3

-41

14

31

26

 

27

17

5

BRA109

Jorge Zarif

130

7

18

(74\BFD)

23

10

15

24

 

33

18

21

ESP17

Pablo Guitian Sarria

131

8

35

(74\BFD)

4

17

20

25

 

22

19

14

GBR91

Ben Cornish

131

-41

6

16

15

32

18

8

 

36

20

2

CRO524

Ivan Kljakovic Gaspic

132

23

11

18

42

12

17

9

(74\DNC)

21

11

TUR21

Alican Kaynar

139

33

34

-37

9

36

4

11

 

12

22

17

CRO1

Josip Olujic

152

17

27

17

24

21

14

-32

32

23

28

RUS2

Borisov Aleksei

152

27

-30

23

19

18

16

28

 

21

24

27

ITA123

Filippo Baldassari

168

-46

19

8

43

42

27

13

 

16

25

9

SWE6

Bjorn Allansson

170

-54

8

30

39

16

22

40

15

26

19

CRO69

Milan Vujasinovic

170

37

16

14

29

37

24

(74\DSQ)

 

13

27

18

RUS6

Arkadiy Kistanov

170

15

29

(74\BFD)

21

33

36

19

 

17

28

24

CRO52

Nenad Bugarin

180

35

4

(74\BFD)

11

35

74\DSQ

7

 

14

29

15

RUS57

Egor Terpigorev

190

14

23

11

30

44

28

(74\DNF)

 

40

30

81

ITA66

Enrico Voltolini

203

39

28

(74\BFD)

14

43

21

15

 

43

31

 48

FRA93

Antoine Devineau

210

49

-54

31

12

26

RDG/33

RDG/33

 

26

32

35

GER25

Max Kohlhoff

213

5

41

(74\BFD)

40

24

41

38

 

24

33

38

GBR29

Peter McCoy

227

-58

56

33

36

29

12

22

 

39

34

39

GER252

Eike Martens

230

10

-59

38

32

23

46

36

 

45

35

45

ITA83

Matteo Savio

233

2

37

-58

37

39

50

43

 

25

36

80

ITA147

Simone Ferrarese

235

-69

46

47

20

22

33

33

 

34

37

33

DEN24

Andre' Hogh Christiansen

236

-60

33

12

46

41

32

41

 

31

38

44

POL13

Michal Jodlowski

238

43

22

27

22

-51

38

39

 

47

39

42

GER595

Simon Gorgels

240

-61

36

40

18

27

47

34

 

38

40

34

CAN2

Kyle Martin

241

-52

21

52

35

34

49

30

 

20

41

31

CZE1

Michael Maier

244

32

47

34

44

-48

29

29

 

29

42

37

FIN225

Mikael Hyrylainen

246

42

44

-46

28

30

34

27

 

41

43

77

ITA964

Roberto Strappati

255

31

-52

7

26

45

52

45

 

49

44

23

CAN110

Martin Robitaille

256

68

50

61

25

28

10

14

 

(74\RET)

45

78

SEY1

Allan Julie

270

-56

38

42

34

50

30

46

 

30

46

46

IRL40

Oisin Mcclelland

274

-67

31

51

45

40

35

35

 

37

47

66

ITA202

Giacomo Giovanelli

286

24

32

5

58

49

44

(74\DNF)

74\DNC

48

49

NZL64

Brendan McCarty

294

26

49

55

-64

52

40

37

 

35

49

65

ITA94

Federico Colaninno

297

16

48

20

55

-66

60

50

 

48

50

50

GER771

Jan Kurfeld

310

36

43

26

48

38

45

(74\DNC)

74\DNC

51

52

ITA175

Alessandro Vongher

316

-55

40

39

33

54

53

44

 

53

52

43

ESP717

Victor Gorostegui Arce

321

51

55

53

-57

46

39

31

 

46

53

69

GER772

Ulli Kurfeld

322

9

53

32

56

47

51

(74\DNC)

74\DNC

54

36

EST11

Lauri Väinsalu

330

59

42

29

53

31

42

(74\DNF)

74\DNC

55

53

GRE21

Anotonis Tsotras

331

45

51

35

-67

60

48

48

 

44

56

75

ITA234

Tommaso Ronconi

332

19

61

36

54

56

55

(74\DNF)

 

51

57

64

ITA5

Francesco Cinque

350

48

39

43

52

58

56

(74\DNC)

 

54

58

63

ITA2

Marco Buglielli

352

44

45

49

49

-62

59

51

 

55

59

57

ITA191

Alessandro Cattaneo

365

34

66

56

-68

57

63

47

 

42

60

58

SLO99

Jan Orel

371

53

64

44

-66

55

54

49

 

52

61

54

GRE4

Panagiotis Kotsovos

378

65

-67

54

62

53

43

42

 

59

62

67

HUN911

Elemer Peter Haidekker

391

50

62

48

60

63

58

(74\DNC)

 

50

63

70

ITA70

Francesco Lubrano

394

20

63

60

61

59

(74\DNF)

74\DNC

 

57

64

41

USA74

Henry Sprague

415

11

57

(74\BFD)

51

74\UFD

74\DNF

74\DNC

74\DNC

65

61

SWE9

David Berg

419

64

-69

50

63

67

65

52

 

58

66

68

HUN127

Peter Pal Haidekker

423

71

58

62

50

64

57

(74\DNC)

 

61

67

73

ITA97

Lorenzo Podesta'

429

(74\BFD)

60

45

59

61

74\DNC

74\DNC

 

56

68

79

ITA11

Paolo Cisbani

430

57

-71

59

69

68

64

53

 

60

69

71

FIN226

Jukka Partinen

459

63

65

57

65

(74\DNF)

61

74\DNF

 

74\DNC

70

76

FIN227

Ronnie Roos

465

62

68

64

70

65

62

(74\DNC)

 

74\DNC

71

51

USA32

Charles Heimler

496

70

70

63

71

(74\DNF)

74\DNC

74\DNC

 

74\DNC

72

62

CAN3

Ian Bostock

499

66

72

65

(74\DNC)

74\DNF

74\DNC

74\DNC

 

74\DNC

73

72

ITA6

Enrico Passoni

518

(74\DNC)

74\DNC

74\DNC

74\DNC

74\DNC

74\DNC

74\DNC

 

74\DNC

 

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