Porto Finn Gold Cup – Against the odds

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

Giles Scott – It’s busy, but you just have to deal with it

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.

Finn Gold Cup postponed

The International Finn Association has announced that a number of events have been postponed/cancelled due to the coronavirus COVID-19

Scott feels the pressure as Josh Junior takes Finn Gold Cup

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 at Finn Gold Cup

Setback for Giles Scott as New Zealand’s Josh Junior extendes his lead in the Finn Gold Cup to 16 points

Scott puts pressure on Junior at Finn Gold Cup

Giles Scott of Britain moves into second place behind Josh Junior of New Zealand.

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

Finn Gold Cup Day 2 – Junior extends lead

New Zealand’s Josh Junior takes a 14 point lead at the 2019 Finn world championship in Melbourne, Australia

Kiwi pair top leaderboard at Finn Gold Cup on Day 1

New Zealand’s Andy Maloney (5, 1) and Josh Junior (1, 5) won the opening races at the Finn world championship in Melbourne, Australia

Finn Gold Cup bow number warning issued

A Finn Gold Cup bow number warning was issued after Practice or Invitation race which was won by Jesse Kylanpaa from Finland

2019 Finn Gold Cup opens in Melbourne

The 2019 Finn Gold Cup was officially opened by John Bertrand AO at Friday’s opening ceremony at the Royal Brighton YC in Melbourne, Australia

Finn Gold Cup attracts world best to Melbourne

Finn Gold Cup attracts world best to Melbourne. Only Great Britain, the Netherlands and Sweden have already selected their Tokyo 2020 Finn sailors