Andy Maloney of New Zealand wins 2021 Finn Gold Cup in Porto, Portugal, ahead of Zsombor Berecz of Hungary
Racing finally returned at the 2021 Finn Gold Cup with three races on Tuesday 11 May in Porto, Portugal
Racing at the Finn Gold Cup in Porto suffered another lsot day due to the extreme weather conditions.
Atlantic storms, combined with 2 to 3 meter waves in the ocean, meant that the competition was canceled on Sunday and perhaps on Monday it may also not be safe to return to the sea.
The 65th Finn Gold Cup opens in Porto, Portugal, this week with around 60 sailors from 33 nations taking part. It is the first time that the whole fleet will race together since the 2019 Finn Gold Cup in Melbourne, Australia . . .
The 2021 Finn Gold Cup will take place from the 5 to 12 of May, with races between the 8 and 12 May based at the Douro Marina, Porto, Portugal
British Sailing Team member Giles Scott has just finished competing in the 36th America’s Cup as part of INEOS Team UK, now he heads to the Tokyo Games with Team GB.
The International Finn Association has announced that a number of events have been postponed/cancelled due to the coronavirus COVID-19
Josh Junior of New Zealand took the Finn Gold Cup, finishing eight points clear of Nicholas Heiner with Zsombor Berecz completing the podium in Melbourne on Saturday
Setback for Giles Scott as New Zealand’s Josh Junior extendes his lead in the Finn Gold Cup to 16 points