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Olympic Finn Final Results
4:09 AM Sun 22 Aug 2004
Ainslie wins for GBR,Spain Silver,Poland Bronze.
Australia's Anthony Nossiter finished a credible sixth, ahead of some big names including Godfroid,Barker and Fellman. ...
Olympic Finn results with one race to go
3:22 AM Sat 21 Aug 2004
Britain's Ben Ainslie is poised for victory in the Finn class with one race to sail. Second is Spain, then Poland. Australia is sixth. ...
Olympics Finns Ainslie Leads, Nossiter eighth
By Bob Ross,
5:23 AM Tue 17 Aug 2004
In the Finns, British sailor Ben Ainslie scored a fourth and a first today and with the worst-placing discard coming into play after race five, is leading overall. Ainslie has 16 points, Rafael Trujillo (Spain) 18 and Mateusz Kusznierwicz (Poland) is third on 25. ...
Olympic Finn results after 4 races
2:57 AM Mon 16 Aug 2004
Poland, Spain and Croatia. Australia's Anthony Nossiter is ninth, in good company with Godfroid, Ainslie and Fellman. ...
Kiwi America's Cup loser seeks redemption
8:18 PM Wed 11 Aug 2004
America's Cup skipper Dean Barker is rediscovering the joys of sailing by tacking back to the ‘grassroots’ of his sport off the Athens coastline. ...
Olympic hopeful’s wife blisters sailing bureaucracy
By Courtesy Rich Roberts for YachtRacing.com, USA ,
8:23 AM Wed 7 Jul 2004
Amanda Hall, the wife of testicular cancer survivor and U.S. Olympic Finn class sailing representative Kevin Hall, has spoken out bitterly about the ‘bureaucratic obstacles’ blocking him from a final drug clearance to compete at Athens next month. ...
Black Flag decides winner of Finn Europeans
By Courtesy ISAF, France ,
9:45 AM Mon 17 May 2004
When the Black Flag emerged on the second start of the last race at the Finn European Championship in La Rochelle, France, it eventually penalized 11 sailors and handed Mateusz KUSZNIEREWICZ (POL) the title. ...
‘Nocka’ climbs the ladder
By Di Pearson,
8:30 AM Sun 16 May 2004
Nine races have now been sailed at the Finn Europeans in La Rochelle France, with a couple of hard days on the course, wind very gusty, shifty, light and patchy, making life hell for competitors and officials alike. ...
Finn Europeans open up
By Courtesy ISAF,
8:50 AM Sat 15 May 2004
‘It was puffy, shifty,…a patient man’s day’, Richard CLARKE, taking second place, summarized yesterday’s shifty Finn Europeans race by these simple words; but the race, in La Rochelle, France, was far from simple. ...
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