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5.5 Metre Class Cup – Cup Final Day

The final day of the International 5.5 Metre Class in Australia, saw Ku-Ring-Gai, Baragoola and Clark Kent win 5.5 Metre Class Cups in Pittwater ahead of the World Championships

5.5 Metre Class Cup events in Newport, Australia

Ku-Ring-Gai and Carabella lead the International 5.5 Metre Class Cup events in Newport, Australia, preceding the’s world championship

5.5 Metre Scandinavian Gold Cup – Easy as 1, 2, 3 for Artemis XIV

Kristian Nergaard, Johan Barne and Anders Pedersen dispatched the opposition in just three races to win the Scandinavian Gold Cup, in Newport, Australia

5.5 Metre Scandinavian Gold Cup – First win to Artemis XIV

Defending champions, Kristian Nergaard, Johan Barne and Anders Pedersen, sailing Artemis XIV won the first race of the 5.5 Metre Scandinavian Gold Cup

5.5 Scandinavian Gold Cup – When winning is everything

The Scandinavian Gold Cup has a unique format unlike any other. After three races, only those who have won a race remain in the competition

No racing on day 3 of Finn Gold Cup

Lack of wind on the third day of the Finn Gold Cup in Melbourne, Australia meant all racing was cancelled mid-afternoon on Wednesday

5.5 Metre French Open at the Régates Royales Cannes

Otto, SUI 209, sealed victory at the 5.5 Metre French Open at the Régates Royales Cannes on Friday

Felipe Silva wins Finn Europen Masters

Felipe Silva, from Portugal has won the 2nd Finn European Masters after a frustrating final day in Schwerin, Germany – See video here

Finn European Masters – Day 2

Bas de Waal, from the Netherlands has taken the lead at the Finn Europeans Masters after two more races were completed in Schwerin, Germany

Win some, lose some day for Scott at Ready Steady Tokyo

With two second places, Zsombor Berecz of Hungary again won the day at Ready Steady Tokyo

Maloney shakes-up the Finns at Ready Steady Tokyo

With three Finn races sailed to catch back up to schedule, Andy Maloney, from New Zealand, took the first two, with Zsombor Berecz of Hungary winning the third.

Jorge Zarif wins, but Giles Scott leads Finns on Day 2 in Enoshima

Olympic champion, Giles Scott, has taken the lead at the Olympic Test Event after only one race was possible on day 2 due to light winds. – Video here