Finn Class. The 'heavyweight dinghy' in the Olympic Games sailing events.
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It was a big day in Rio on the second day of racing for Finns at the Olympic Sailing Competition. For the rest of the story from sail-world.com CLICK HERE!
The official Star Wars Facebook page has just updated with a brand-new TV spot for Episode VII: The Force Awakens. This commercial is heavily Finn-focused and features new dialogue from Maz Kanata. The post Finn is Up for Another New Star Wars: The...
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Website of the International Finn Association, the 'heavyweight dinghy' in the Olympic Games sailing events.
Finn Gold Cup [click on year for further results where available] The years 1956 to 1996 are in grouped pages with brief reports and top third of the results taken from FINNatics: 1956 t...
“Physically, mentally, technically the Finn is the most all round demanding boat of them all. It's for men, not for the weak. It is the only dinghy a man can sail in the Olympics.” At the e...