Not the Finn Masters

This week should have been the 2020 Finn World Masters in Port Zelanda, in The Netherlands. The 50th Anniversary Finn World Masters

Watching the Finn – Extreme video action

Many things are being remembered today, but for Finn sailors it was the day that the 2020 Finn Gold Cup was scheduled to start in Palma, Mallorca

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

Finn class world champion faces doping ban

Brazilian Jorge Zarif, the 2013 Finn class world champion, has revealed that he used a substance banned by the World Anti-Doping Code during the Tokyo Olympics Test Event in Japan in August 2019

Finn is an Olympic class act!

The Finn class refuses to be discouraged by the results of last month’s World Sailing Conference in Bermuda . . . And they have a point

Finn Class still hopeful but fine words butter no parsnips

The International Finn Association delegation to the World Sailing Annual Conference in Bermuda has returned empty handed

Can the Finn return to Olympic competition?

The Finn Class has made eight submissions to World Sailing to try to reinstate the Finn as Olympic equipment

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