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Entry now open for the 2020 Finn Gold Cup in Palma

by Robert Deaves 17 Jan 08:20 PST 8-16 May 2020
Race 9 start - 2019 Finn Gold Cup day 5 © Robert Deaves

The 2020 Finn Gold Cup will be organised by the Club Nàutic S'Arenal from 8-16 May in the Bay of Palma, Mallorca.

Entry for sailors and coach registration is now open through the event website at 2020.finngoldcup.org.

The Notice of Race has been published here.

The Real Club Nautico de Palma is also organising the Palma Finn Cup from 12-15 February for those sailors arriving on Mallorca early to train for the Finn Gold Cup and the Trofeo Princesa Sofia, which runs from March 27 to April 3.

Find more details here.

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