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Published    |   2019-05-22

Sweden Cup-regatta no. 1 2019

Taken from Finn Sweden - Swedish Finn Class Facebook page:
Sweden Cup 1 in Träslövsläge completed.  
We thank Träslövsläge Boat Club for a well-executed regatta that we had the pleasure of sharing with the 505 class.
5 sailings in total after a Saturday with light varying winds and a Sunday that started with the flag of AP hoisted on land = waiting for wind in the wetsuit.
The Sunday finally ended with a race of about 4-5 m / s and a second in 6-7 which ended with a dimbank that was compact all over the sea. The seal in the fog meant that most of the fleet was halfway to Falkenberg before the fault was discovered.
The weekend's winner was Fredrik Tegnhed with Svante Collvin in second place and Pär Friberg on third.
Click on the link below, and you will reach the results list for Sweden Cup no. 2019!

Sailor greetings Torsten Jarnstam / SWE 111
Chairman Swedish Finnjolleförbundet  
Sverige Cup-regatta nr. 1 2019 
Published    |   2019-05-22

Letter to World Sailing

The International OK-dinghy Association (OKDIA) has sent a letter to World Sailing to express their thoughts on the decision to remove Finn from the Olympic classes.  

Click on the link below, and you can read the International OK-dinghy Association's letter to World Sailing!

Sailor greetings Torsten Jarnstam / SWE 111
Chairman Swedish Finn Association  
Brev till World Sailing 
Published    |   2019-05-21

Finn sailors letter to World Sailing

More than 80 Finn sailors and coaches at the European Championship in Athens have sent an open letter to World Sailing expressing their concern at being discriminated against because of the lack of equipment for sailors over 85 kg at the 2024 Olympic Games.  

Click on the link below, so you reach IFA's website and can read the entire article!

Sailor greetings Torsten Jarnstam / SWE 111
Chairman Swedish Finn Association  
Internationella Finnjolleförbundets hemsida 
Published    |   2019-05-20

2019 Open Finn Europeans

Giles Scott and Joan Cardona secure European titles, while USA and Greece secure Tokyo 2020 qualification on final day at Finn Europeans in Athens.  

Click on the link below, and you will get the information from IFA!

Sailor greetings Torsten Jarnstam / SWE 111
Chairman Swedish Finn Association  
2019 Open Finn Europeans 
Published    |   2019-05-17

2019 Open Finn Europeans

Giles Scott extends while fight for Tokyo places heats up at Finn Europeans in Athens.  
The Finn Europeans in Athens got back on track on Thursday with three more races completed. After losing the overall lead following the opening race, Brit, Giles Scott ended the day with a 15-point lead over Hungarian world champion Zsombor Berecz. Andy Maloney, from New Zealand drops one place to third, despite winning the opening race. The other race wins went to Nils Theuninck, from Switzerland and Josip Olujic, from Croatia.
Click on the link below, and you will get the information from IFA!

Sailor greetings Torsten Jarnstam / SWE 111
Chairman Swedish Finn Association  
2019 Open Finn Europeans 
Published    |   2019-05-15

2019 Open Finn Europeans

Former champions Mitakis and Lobert share wins on third day at Finn Europeans in Athens.  
After another long day on the water, two more races were completed at the Finn Europeans in Athens. Ioannis Mitakis, from Greece dominated the first race to take the home win, while Jonathan Lobert, from France, took the second, also leading all the way. After five races so far, Giles Scott still leads overall from Andy Maloney and Alican Kaynar. Joan Cardona, from Spain continues to lead the U23 European Championship.
Click on the link below, and you will get the information from IFA!

Sailor greetings Torsten Jarnstam / SWE 111
Chairman Swedish Finn Association  
2019 Open Finn Europeans 
Published    |   2019-05-15

2019 Open Finn Europeans

Giles Scott takes early lead as Finn Europeans in Athens finally gets underway.  
Giles Scott, from Britain, leads after the first day of racing at the 2019 Finn Open Europeans in Athens following three races on Tuesday. Scott won two races and placed third in the other to hold a four-point lead over Andy Maloney, from New Zealand, who won the second race of the day. World champion, Zsombor Berecz, from Hungary, is third overall. Joan Cardona, from Spain, in 11th overall, holds a sizable lead in the U23 European Championship.
Click on the link below, and you will find information from IFA!

Sailor greetings Torsten Jarnstam / SWE 111
Chairman Swedish Finn Association  
2019 Open Finn Europeans 
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