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Finn - European Championship 2018 - Cadiz ESP

Monday, 12. March 2018– Saturday, 17. March 2018

Website: 2018.finneuropeans.org

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Sunday, March 18, 2018   

Finn - European Championship 2018 - Cadiz ESP - Final results - Gold für Ed Wright GBR und Nils Theuninck SUI (U23)

 Finn - European Championship 2018 - Cadiz ESP - Final results - Gold für Ed Wright GBR und Nils Theuninck SUI (U23) With a spectacular medal race, sailed in 25–30 knots of wind and big waves, the Finn European Championship came to a close yesterday. The 5-point leader Nicholas Heiner NED capsized twice during the race, which enabled Ed Wright GBR to snatch his second European title. Behind Nicholas Heiner NED in second overall, Max Salminen SWE defended his 3rd place. Despite winning the medal race, Josh Junior NZL missed out on the bronze medal by 2 points. Fifth in the final overall ranking was Caleb Paine USA.
The placement race for the rest of the fleet which was scheduled to be held after the medal race, had to be cancelled due to ever strengthening winds. The new U23 European Champion is Nils Theuninck SUI who finished the series in 12th position. The results, the final report and the Video of the Medal Race.
Saturday, March 17, 2018   

Finn - European Championship 2018 - Cadiz ESP - Day 5

 Finn - European Championship 2018 - Cadiz ESP - Day 5 Yesterday the start of the races was delayed due to heavy rain. Once the skies cleared a moderate wind of 12 to 14 knots established and racing got under way. In the now familiar 3 meter swell just one race could be completed in the afternoon. Ben Cornish GBR took the day's win again, after losing his race victory on the previous day, when the race was cancelled by the jury. He advanced to rank 7 overall and is still in with a chance for the bronze medal. The top two, Nicholas Heiner NED and Ed Wright GBR will go into today’s medal race to decide who wins gold and who wins silver. With just 5 points between them and forecasted winds of 25-30kn there should be a spectacular duel today (start at 9.30h CET). All competitors between current 3rd Max Salminen SWE and 7th (Ben Cornish GBR) still have chances to get the bronze medal. With an excellent daily 4th, Nils Theuninck SUI took the overall lead in the U23 category. However, his advantage over title defender Henry Wetherell GBR is only one point. Whether the classification race can take place today is questionable as the weather forecast looks really rough. The ranking and the daily report.
Friday, March 16, 2018   

Finn - European Championship 2018 - Cadiz ESP - Day 4

 Finn - European Championship 2018 - Cadiz ESP - Day 4 Great sailing conditions; wind and big waves on day 4 of the Finn Europeans in Cadiz. The first race of the day was sailed in about 15kn wind. For the second race, the wind built up to 20 knots. The race victories in both races went to Ben Cornish GBR. After extensive jury hearings the second race was later cancelled because the first mark was out of position.
In the overall standings, Nicholas Heiner NED and 2 points behind Ed Wright GBR continue to lead clearly. Josh Junior NZL who moved up to 3rd is already 24 points behind.
The Ranking and the Daily Report.
Thursday, March 15, 2018   

Finn - European Championship 2018 - Cadiz ESP - Day 3

 Finn - European Championship 2018 - Cadiz ESP - Day 3 The 15 to 24 knots winds, as forecasted, enabled the race committee to run three races at the Finn Europeans yesterday. Nicholas Heiner NED was able to extend his lead to 9 points thanks to another race win. Ed Wright GBR is still in 2nd, whilst the current world champion Max Salminen moved up to third place overall. A successful day also for Jonathan Lobert FRA. Thanks to a race win he is now 4th overall, just one point behind the top three. Fifth overall is Josh Junior NZL.
The winner of the third race of the day was Jake Lilley AUS, who had two BFD’s in the previous races of the day. Today, less wind is predicted. The ranking and the daily report.
Wednesday, March 14, 2018   

Finn - European Championship 2018 - Cadiz ESP - Day 2 - Nils Theuninck SUI 4th overall !

Two races were completed yesterday in light winds and a continued swell. The day's wins went to Ed Wright GBR and Max Salminen SWE. Nicholas Heiner NED defended his lead in the overall standings with a daily 7th and a 2nd. In second place is Ed Wright GBR with 5 points behind. The rest of the fleet is already 30 and more points behind. Among the winners of the day is Nils Theuninck SUI, who moved up to fourth overall with ranks 3 and 8. He now tops the U23 leaderboard.
After the three initial light wind races, stronger winds are expected today, which should lead to some changes in the overall classification. The ranking and the daily report.
Tuesday, March 13, 2018   

Finn - European Championship 2018 - Cadiz ESP - Day 1

 Finn - European Championship 2018 - Cadiz ESP - Day 1 The European Championship of the Finn Dinghies started in Cadiz yesterday. Light winds and a 3-meter swell made for challenging conditions. The victory in the only race of the day went to Nicolas Hainer NED. Facunda Olezza ARG was 2nd and Caleb Paine USA finished in 3rd place. The best German sailor was Max Kohlhoff GER in 11th position. The two Swiss managed to finish in the top half of the leaderboard. Nils Theuninck SUI is 33rd, Piet Eckert follows on rank 45 of the 91 participants from 33 nations. The ranking, Daily Report and the Event Facebook page with pictures.
Monday, March 12, 2018   

Finn - European Championship 2018 - Cadiz ESP - First races today

 Finn - European Championship 2018 - Cadiz ESP - First races today The European Championship of the Finn Dinghies will begin in Cadiz ESP today. On the entry list are 97 participants representing 33 nations from 4 continents. The practice race which was scheduled for yesterday Sunday had to be cancelled due to stormy winds. Today, the weather forecast predicts sailable wind conditions. The event preview. The Swiss participants in this event are Nils Theuninck SUI and Piet Eckert.


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