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Little change at top for first Finn World Ranking of 2024

by Robert Deaves 6 Mar 22:04 PST
Laurent Hay, FRA - 2023 Finn European Masters © Robert Deaves

France's Laurent Hay has increased his lead at the top of the latest release of the Finn World Ranking to 200 points following the first regattas in 2024. Hay maintains the top place for the fifth time in a row. Portugal's Filipe Silva remains second with Bartosz Szydlowski, from Poland, in third.

Despite 12 regattas from the World Tour for Finns being included in the new release, there is very little change at the top. The only change in the top 10 is that Peter Peet, from The Netherlands enters in ninth, replacing Bas de Waal.

The latest ranking list includes many national championships from late 2023 and early 2024 along with some secondary events and Semaine International de Finn in February that attracted a 65 boat fleet and was narrowly won by Hay to help maintain his top position in the ranking.

The full list of events are:

ITA - Nationals 2023, won by Alessandro Merega
CZE - Burcakova 2023, won by Jírí Hyža
POR - Nationals 2023 won by Filipe Silva
ESP - Nationals 2023, won by Miguel Fenandez Vasco
NZL - Auckland Champs 2024, won by Mark Perrow
AUS - Nationals 2024, won by Rafa Trujillo
AUS - Sail Brisbane 2024, won by Rob McMillan
CHI - Nationals 2024, won by Matias Ponceli
FRA - GPA 2023, won by Laurent Hay
POR - Finn Sailing Academy Regattas 2024, won by Laurent Hay
Semaine International de Finn - Cannes 2024, won by Laurent Hay
NZL - Nationals 2024, won by Richard Hawkins

Finn World Ranking List Issue No. 5 - March 2024
(Download full results as - PDF Excel)

Top 20 of 1331 sailors from 40 countries:

Rank Name Country Number Points No. Of Events
1 Laurent Hay FRA 75 1075.97 15
2 Filipe Silva POR 21 875.25 14
3 Bartosz Szydlowski POL 6 824.94 9
4 Marc Allain Des Beauvais FRA 99 821.98 9
5 Antal Székely  HUN 7 818.31 7
6 Lawrence Crispin GBR 74 814.34 10
7 Zsigmond Kantor HUN 30 805.12 9
8 Domonkos Németh HUN 80 785.28 5
9 Peter Peet NED 148 766.77 12
10 Kristian Sjoberg FIN 201 755.85 12
11 Bas De Waal NED 29 742.47 19
12 Peter Mosny SVK 1 733.49 8
13 John F Dane  USA 69 722.72 5
14 David Terol ESP 7 714.80 10
15 Miguel Fernandez Vasco ESP 161 711.74 6
16 Akos Lukäts HUN 50 703.76 9
17 Paul Mckenzie AUS 22 701.86 6
18 Philippe Lobert FRA 66 692.73 9
19 Florian Faucheux FRA 96 676.93 8
20 Cees Scheurwater NED 7 660.19 12

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