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2000 Finn Gold Cup - Weymouth, England

 
 
1
POL17
Mateusz Kusznierewicz
3
2
3
2
1
2
21
13
2
BEL7
Sebastien Godefroid
7
1
2
1
8
19
7
26
3
GRE6
Emilios Papathanasiou
15
8
4
5
42
1
11
44
4
CAN11
Richard Clarke
11
7
5
90
4
16
4
47
5
CZE1
Michael Maier
14
11
11
18
7
3
12
58
6
CRO11
Karlo Kuret
8
37
6
9
10
8
20
61
7
GER79
Michael Fellmann
9
12
12
15
12
36
2
62
8
SWE7
Fredrik Loof
1
19
16
4
20
17
10
67
9
IRL8
David Burrows
6
15
13
20
5
10
18
67
10
TUR6
Ali Enver Adakan
5
16
9
14
21
33
8
73
11
ITA71
Massimo Gherarducci
16
5
19
26
25
7
9
81
12
GBR564
Andrew Simpson
25
25
7
3
19
28
3
82
13
SUI467
Peter Theurer
20
14
15
90
9
14
16
88
14
GBR577
David Mellor
2
20
23
10
16
18
75
89
17
SUI1
Othmar Muller Von Blumencron
15
9
36
21
15
25
13
100
16
NED701
Martijn Van Muyden
10
3
10
13
40
29
36
101
17
FRA1
Xavier Rohat
4
10
8
90
11
27
44
104
18
GBR54
Iain Percy
90
90
1
3.25
2
9
1
106.25
19
ITA14
Nenad Viali
26
18
22
12
34
5
29
112
20
AUS221
Anthony Nossiter
13
23
14
27
3
34
59
114
21
NZL27
Clifton Webb
32
21
18
35
31
6
19
127
22
HUN1
Balazs Hajdu
22
39
24
25
6
48
15
131
23
DEN143
Lasse Hjortnaes
19
42
28
30
17
11
26
131
24
ITA1
Luca Devoti
30
17
17
7
30
35
34
135
25
USA1074
Russ Silvestri
12
28
21
8
90
41
35
145
26
POL4
Dominik Zycki
34
51
20
6
23
22
43
148
27
GRE1
George Kontogouris (Junior)
90
34
33
41
24
4
14
150
39
GBR15
Charlie Cumbley (Junior)
28
40
27
17
27
45
5
155
29
SUI471
Christoph Burger
90
13
43
31
13
31
30
161
30
BEL2
Philippe Rogge
27
48
42
28
26
26
22
171
31
BRA9
Christoph Bergmann
21
29
31
19
35
37
46
172
32
GBR550
Richard Stenhouse
40
22
29
11
33
50
38
173
33
CZE9
Michal Hruby
43
30
26
40
53
15
23
177
34
BRA1
Bruno Prada
57
6
44
37
37
13
49
186
29
SWE27
Kristian Aderman (Junior)
35
31
39
90
45
21
31
196
36
BRA109
Jorge Zarif
35
38
48
23
51
23
33
200
37
FRA7
Sylvain Chtounder
28
4
41
33
43
69
58
207
38
AUS222
PAUL Mckenzie
90
35
25
16
32
39
71
218
39
TUR44
Akif Muslubas
36
36
53
45
28
61
25
223
40
NED7
Stefan De Vries (Junior)
18
33
30
44
44
55
66
224
38
GBR541
Chris Brittle (Junior)
41
90
32
34
14
58
52
228
42
GBR567
Dan Dixon
33
52
37
43
36
40
42
231
43
CAN4
Mike Milner
90
24
56
32
46
53
24
235
44
USA1026
Mark Herrmann
24
90
35
36
29
59
53
236
45
RUS8
Evgeny Tchernov
49
41
47
38
41
43
28
238
46
SUI465
Christoph Christen
31
46
50
29
39
62
50
245
47
RSA1
Ian Ainslie
23
26
90
90
90
20
6
255
48
ITA55
Walter Riosa
52
90
60
47
49
30
17
255
49
GBR12
Neil Macgregor
51
67
59
48
22
42
41
263
50
ESP260
Agustin Juarez
59
27
34
42
57
51
63
270
51
NED781
Jan-Willem Kok
53
57
90
24
56
47
40
277
52
EST8
Imre Taveter
44
54
40
46
54
70
45
283
53
RUS14
Michail Apuhtin
47
60
64
52
50
49
27
285
54
FRA111
Thomas Deplanque
72
65
66
57
47
12
39
286
55
NED744
Wiebe Schippers
63
53
54
54
48
24
90
296
56
AUT1
Hans Spitzauer
46
90
45
90
18
44
55
298
41
GBR8
Tim Carver
41
45
65
22
60
68
90
301
58
ISV1
Ben Beer
48
69
51
49
58
63
32
301
59
BRA106
Fabio Bodra
61
47
52
39
55
56
78
310
60
FRA11
Mathieu Deplanque
37
63
38
53
38
90
90
319
61
CHN1
Li Hong Quan
42
44
67
90
59
60
51
323
58
RUS7
Vladislav Kapitonov (Junior)
62
70
69
56
64
32
47
326
63
FRA14
Daniel Kurbiel
60
49
55
55
73
52
60
331
64
BLR7
Vladislav Aleinikov
45
90
49
50
72
54
64
334
65
UKR21
Sergey Kotov (Junior)
50
56
57
60
65
57
90
345
66
GBR560
Allen Burrell
64
32
62
67
67
74
56
348
67
AUT271
Florian Raudaschl
54
58
68
69
90
38
67
354
68
NED766
Ewout Meijer
73
72
71
71
71
46
37
368
69
GER81
Jan-Dietmar Dellas
62
50
46
58
70
82
90
368
70
NED757
Robert De Jong
67
59
63
78
52
65
62
368
71
GBR1
Sander Kooij
56
61
61
51
69
79
80
377
72
IRL10
Aaron O'Grady (Junior)
55
55
70
61
66
73
70
377
73
NED747
Thierry Van Vierssen
69
73
58
59
68
90
61
388
74
NED761
Cees Scheurwater
76
43
74
70
81
72
57
392
75
GBR13
John De Leeuw
65
77
72
63
62
71
65
398
76
JPN1
Takeshi Kuroda
71
74
66.6
65
75
75
48
399.6
77
ITA52
Franco Martinelli
66
62
75
68
61
76
68
400
78
EST3
Janno Hool (Junior)
74
68
90
73
74
67
54
410
79
UKR7
Tsypko Oleg
70
66
73
62
63
81
90
415
80
GBR4
Russell Ward
77
75
90
64
78
64
72
430
81
GBR10
Robert Deaves
80
71
76
66
79
78
69
439
82
NED730
Richard Tobe
78
64
79
74
80
66
79
440
83
ROM1
Dumitru Fratila
75
76
78
77
76
77
74
455
84
GBR51
Phil Laycock
79
90
77
72
77
84
77
466
85
GBR504
Edward Thorburn
82
78
81
76
82
83
73
472
86
DEN176
Lars Stenfeldt Hansen
81
79
80
75
83
85
81
479
87
GBR552
Chris Farrell
83
80
82
79
84
80
76
480
88
GBR537
Adam Cowling (Junior)
68
90
90
90
90
90
90
518
89
SWE616
Ervin Schomer
90
90
90
90
90
90
90
540
 
 
 
2000 FINN GOLD CUP
WEYMOUTH, ENGLAND
11-16 JUNE 2000
Report by Corrine McKenzie
 
The 2000 Finn Gold Cup, the Junior Gold Cup and Finn World Masters will
be held from the 11th to the 16th of June in Weymouth, England, from the
Weymouth and Portland Sailing Academy.
 
94 competitors will compete in the same fleet for the World Champion and
Junior World Champion titles. It is the biggest fleet since the 1992
Gold Cup in Cadiz where the same numbers were achieved. With the
remaining 8 spots to be allocated to countries for the Olympic Games,
the 2000 Finn Gold Cup has also attracted a record number of countries.
From the 32 countries represented, 15 have yet to qualify for Sydney:
Austria, Belarus, Brazil, China, Denmark, Spain, Estonia, Hungary, US
Virgin Island, Japan, Romania, Russia, Turkey, Ukraine and USA. Wild
cards excepted, this regatta is the last chance for 8 of these countries
to qualify but some National Olympic committees are also requiring a
certain result from their athletes. While Switzerland is only expecting
a top 20 placings, countries like Denmark, Austria or Holland are more
strict. Lasse Hjortnaes (DEN), has to finish top ten in order to compete
in his 4th Olympics (Lasse competed in 1980, 84 and 88). Hanz Spitzauer
(who is making a last minute come back in the Finn after trying to
qualify in the Soling class) and Junior sailor Florian Raudaschl will
have to place in the top 12 (or top 10 in Kiel) to meet their country
selection critiria. Martijn Van Muyden, after qualifying Holland in the
98 Gold Cup has still to do a top 8 placing in Weymouth to secure his
spot in the Dutch team.
 
Fredrik Loof (SWE) will defend his title for the 3rd time after winning
the Gold Cup in 94, 97 and 99.
 
With the World best sailors participating (25 of the top 30), it is
expected to be a hard fought championship. Among the favourites are:
 
Mateusz Kuznierewicz (POL) 1996 Gold Medallist, 98 World Champion, 99 ISAF World Sailor of the Year, No.1 World ranked.
Fredrik Loof (SWE) 94, 97, 99 World Champion, 93, 95, 98 Vice World Champion, No.2 World ranked
Richard Clarke (CAN) Winner of SPA 2000, Hyeres 2000, Palma 2000, No.3 World ranked
Iain Percy (GBR) 99 European Champion, 99 Pre-Olympic champion, No.4 World ranked
Sebastien Godefroid (BEL) 96 Silver Medallist, 98 European champion, No.5 World ranked
Mickael Maier (CZE) No.6 World ranked
Xavier Rohart (FRA) No.7
Mickael Fellmann (GER) No.8
Ian Ainslie (RSA) No.9
David Burrows (IRL) No.10
 
The Junior Gold Cup was held for the first time in the 1999 Gold Cup in
Melbourne, Australia and won by British sailor, Charlie Cumbley. It will
be disputed this year by 10 Juniors from Belarus, Estonia, Holland,
Greece, Austria and Great Britain who will race with the seniors. Among
the favourites are:
Charlie Cumbley (GBR) 1999 Junior World champion
George Kontogouris (GRE) 1999 Junior World champion
Florian de Vries (NED) 1999 Junior European champion
 
The 31st edition of the Finn World Masters has attracted a fleet of 92.
Larry Lemieux from Canada will set his goal in winning his third title in a row.
 
 
No Gun for Percy
 
English fairness was proven today! When British top Finn sailor Iain
Percy crossed the finishing line well ahead of the Finn fleet during the
first race of the Finn Gold Cup in Weymouth today, no gun was fired!
Iain Percy had been disqualified among 6 others by the Black Flag
rule. Current World Champion, Fredrik Loof (SWE), wins after fighting
with David Mellor (GBR) during the whole race for second. "Iain sailed
very well and was too far ahead for me to worry about him. I was quite
close behind Dave Mellor in third position and I tried to pass him. I
would have been very happy with a second and I feel sorry for Percy."
commented Fredrik Loof after the race.
 
Biggest improver of the day, Mateusz Kusznierewicz came out from the
middle of the fleet to round the second windward mark in 5th position.
and finish 3rd. Despite a bad record in medium conditions, Xavier Rohart
(FRA) impressed us with his consistency after making up for his bad
start on the first beat. He rounded the top mark in 5th place and
managed to keep his place until the end. Ali Enver Adakan has not yet
finish to surprise. The young Turk has been improving steadily since the
start of the year. A 6th in the first race of the Gold Cup confirm his
progression.
 
First Junior is Stefan de Vries (NED) in 18th place.
 
Six boats were disqualified at the start under the Black Flag rule. With
9 races scheduled and only one discard Iain Percy (GBR), Christoph
Burger (SUI), Christoph Bergmann (BRA), Georg Kontogouris (GRE), Paul
McKenzie (AUS) and Mike Milner (CAN) are starting the regatta with a
serious handicap.
 
Racing started under the Black Flag at 12PM, an hour later than
scheduled, after a general recall and a couple of postponements. The
racing committee decided on a triangle course despite the conditions:
the wind was averaging 8 to 10 knots and increased to 12 by the end of
the second beat. The sea remained quite flat with a small chop.
 
Racing will resume tomorrow at 11AM with 2 races.
 
12 June - (Protests pending)
 
Atlanta medallists takes the lead of 2000 Finn Gold Cup.
 
After 3 races, Atlanta Gold and Silver medallists, Mateusz Kusznierewicz
(POL) and Sebastien Godefroid (BEL) are leading the score of the Finn
Gold Cup, in Weymouth, UK.
 
Their outstanding results in today 2 races, 2nd and 3rd for Mateusz and
a win in the first race followed by a second in the last for Sebastien,
give them a good grip on their opponents. Xavier Rohart is 12 points
behind in 3rd place closely followed by Martijn van Muyden (NED) and
Richard Clarke (CAN).
 
With another Black Flag collected today in the first race, Iain Percy,
in 65 position, has missed any hope for a title ...unless he wins
tonight his protests against the racing committee for today's and
yesterday's disqualifications. Percy decided to lodge a protest this
morning against the Racing committee, who disqualified him in the race
where he crossed the line first, after Brazilian, Christoph Bergmann,
got reinstated yesterday from his OCS. Christoph's win wasn't
effortless, especially after he had to call for the local Chinese
restaurant owner to translate for his witness Li Hong Quan!
 
The conditions were quite challenging today with medium to strong wind,
strong current, choppy waves and the arrival of a late thick fog. The
current made sailing especially tricky when the tide changed directions
before the second race.
 
Race 2 started after a general recall under Black Flag, and the
disqualification of 4 boats (Ian Percy, Walter Riosa, Mark Hermann and
Chris Brittle). Young Italian sailor Massimo Gherarducci came from the
right side of the course to take the lead of the race at the top mark,
followed by Sylvain Chtounder (FRA), Sebastien Godefroid (BEL) and
Martijn van Muyden (NED). Sebastien Godefroid retrieved his down wind
speed and passed Sylvain and Massimo. He kept his advantage to win the
race in front of Mateusz who came from 5th after the first beat to 3rd
at the leeward mark and 2nd. Martijn finished 3rd in front of Sylvain
Chtounder , Massimo Gherarducci and Bruno Prada.
 
The second race was easily won by Iain Percy out of the start. New UK
Finn champion, Andrew Simpson was second at the windward mark but lost
each time a few places on the down wind legs to end up the race in 7th.
Sebastien Godefroid passed from third to second on the run while Mateusz
went from 9th to 3rd. Emilios Papathanasiou made the most gains, 10th at
the windward mark, the Greek climbed to second at the bottom mark but
lost a couple of places to finish the race in 4th position in front of
Richard Clarke, Karlo Kuret and Andrew Simpson.
 
The day is not over for the Jury who still have to hear 8 protests. The
results are then, still provisional at this time!
 
Black Death hits Finn fleet!
 
While Iain Percy collected his third Black Flag today, Mateusz
Kusznierewicz and Sebastien Godefroid consolidated their position at the
front of the fleet.
 
The third day of the Finn Gold Cup in Weymouth provided good racing and
a good deal of drama! The Racing Committee raised the Black Flag for the
first start of Race 4, adding a few more heads to the already long list
of "OCS". Bad luck or irony saw Iain Percy on top of the hit list again
for his third disqualification. Despite having lost his protest
yesterday against the racing Committee for his OCS, Iain Percy organised
a crew to film the start today and he hopes that video evidence will
prove him right in his new protest. "The video shows quite clearly that
I am not breaking the line," declared Percy, while waiting for his
protest hearing to take place.
 
Percy is joined on the Black Flag list by World title favorites Xavier
Rohart (FRA) and Richard Clarke (CAN). With only one discard allowed,
they reduced their chances of a Gold Cup title to leave the path clear
for Mateusz Kusznierewicz and Sebastien Godefroid who each claimed a
race today. Mateusz is leading the score at 8 points after a win and a
second place, and is only 3 points ahead of friend and rival Sebastien.
Despite his OCSin Race 4, Richard Clarke climbed to 3rd, in front of
Greek Emilios Papathanasiou 4th and Xavier Rohart 5th.
 
Race 4 was started under Black Flag with a good 15 knot breeze.
Sebastien Godefroid won the race from the start. First at the top mark,
the Belgian increased his lead by 100 meters at the gybe mark (triangle
course). Mateusz Kusznierewicz passed from 12th to 3rd, behind Fredrik
Loof on the first reach to get to second on the second beat. They both
sailed further away from the fleet on the second downwind. Andrew
Simpson, 2nd at the first windward mark, managed to keep good speed on
the downwind legs (his weaker point) to finish in 3rd place in front
of Fredrik Loof.
 
The wind reduced to 10 knots for Race 5, favouring the left side of the
line. Iain Percy had a clear start, went to the left, then crossed
completely to the right to lead all the way until Mateusz passed him on
the last beat. Australian Anthony Nossiter, 2nd at the top mark finished
in 3rd place in front of Richard Clarke 4th and David Burrows 5th.
Balazs Hajdu from Hungary, scored his best result in 6th position.
 
With 15 countries in contention for an Olympic spot, the battle is
getting fierce for the remaining spots, and with ISAF giving an extra
place to the Finn class there are 9 more places available at this
regatta.
 
While Turkey, USA, Hungary, Denmark or Brazil are comfortably placed,
China is the 9th country just in front of Austria and US Virgin Islands.
With 4 races still to be sailed, the options are still open.
 
Only one race is scheduled for tomorrow, Wednesday 14th.
 
Percy reinstated!
 
Iain Percy won last night his protest against the racing committee about
his third disqualification at the start of race 4.
 
The Jury decided last night to consider video and photo evidence in the
protest for redress lodged by Iain Percy, Xavier Rohart and Hanz
Spitzauer in race 4 for Black Flag disqualification. The decisions made
by the Jury are as follows:
 
" The following boats were correctly identified on the course side of
the starting line during the one minute     before the start: SUI 467,
SWE 27, CAN 11, FRA 1, AUT 1. They broke rule 30.3.
 
The following boats were incorrectly identified on the course side of
the starting line during the one minute before he start: GBR 54.
 
Although AUT 1 was incorrectly recorded on the race committee boat as
AUT 4, she was correctly disqualified for breaking rule 30.3.
 
With respect to FRA 1 and AUT 1, redress is denied.
 
With respect to GBR 54, redress is granted and she is to be scored
average points of all races she is not OCS, ZPG or DSQ for rule 30.3. "
 
Therefore, Iain Percy is now 25th on the general results after 5 races
(OCS, OCS, 1, 1.5, 2). The story does not stop here! Iain has asked for
his previous request for redress for race 2 (denied yesterday) to be
reopened on the basis of new evidence in the form of pictures.
 
These issues reopened the debate of the use of videos by the racing
committee when the size of the starting line and the number of
competitors make calling the line difficult. In last night case, the
video showing the line and the sound track recording the count down, led
to controversy between the sailors, jury and racing committee.
 
Sailing is postponed today due to strong wind. Race 6 will be resailed
tomorrow.
 
Mateusz Kusznierewicz wins 2000 Finn Gold Cup
 
Mateusz Kusznierewicz won the 2000 Finn Gold Cup, as a thick fog
cancelled all racing on the last day of the championship, in Weymouth,
UK. Sebastien Godefroid took the Silver while Emilios Papathanasiou is
settling for Bronze.
 
In the Junior Gold Cup, the title goes to young Greek George
Kontogouris. He finishes 27th, only 1 place and 5 points ahead of 99
Junior World Champion, Charlie Cumbley (GBR), while Kristian Aderman
from Sweden takes Bronze in 35th place.
 
Mateusz adds a second World title to his already impressive collection
including a Gold Medal in 96, a World title in 98, and the ISAF Sailor
of the Year award last November. " I achieved today my second goal for
2000. I was hoping for a medal in this year top 3 regattas. I won the
European's and the Worlds, now I hope I can do the same at the Olympic
Games." Despite a strong fleet and very talented opponents, the Pole
never looked threatened. "I came to this championship with a very
different attitude," confided Mateusz. "I decided to sail my own race
without looking at the others. I sailed more freely."
 
Sebastien Godefroid is a satisfied sailor in second place. After an
unsettled period, the Atlanta Silver medallist and 98 European champion
seems to have retrieved his usual top form, 3 months before the
Olympics. "It was a bit strange for me to sail again at the top! In the
last 18 months I have been more used to sail in the pack and try to
fight my way through the fleet. It is a completely different tactic, and
it feels really good!" Sebastien was working on his equipment for the
last year and seemed to have finally found the right combination." I
received this new mast from Latini, 2 days only before the regatta. I
used it during training for only 10 minutes and was convinced straight
away this was a good one!"
 
While Sebastien is using a Latini mast with a UK North, Mateusz went
back to his Willet mast after the Wilke mast he used in the European
championships got recently banned from ISAF, and a Victory sail. "I did
not have great speed here compared with the Europeans where I was
flying! In fact I was struggling upwind and I had to catch up on the
downwind legs," revealed Mateusz.
 
Emilios Papathanasiou in third position is also using the same
combination while Richard Clarke, 3 points away in 4th place remains
faithful to his Willet combined with the San Diego North sail.
 
The last qualifying regatta for the Sydney Olympics, the 2000 Finn Gold
Cup gave the opportunity to 9 countries to get selected for the Games.
Subject to confirmation from ISAF, the following countries should have
qualified:
 
Turkey, Hungary, Denmark, USA, Brazil, Russia, Spain, Estonia and
Austria.
 
Three wild cards will be allocated in the next few weeks at ISAF
discretion.
 
Among the countries having their national selection, Peter Theurer won
his ticket as the Swiss representative, after a close fight with Othmar
Muller von Blumencron. As for the Brazilian nothing is official yet, but
Christoph Bergmann should stand a good chance to go to his 3rd Olympics
after beating Bruno Prada by a few places.
 
As for Martijn van Muyden (NED) and Lasse Hjortnaes (DEN) it is now up
to their Olympic Committee to decide if despite not having achieved
their selection criteria (top 8 for Martijn and top 10 for Lasse) they
will be sailing in Sydney. It would be the 4th Olympic Games for Lasse
who participated in 1980, 84 and 88. This regatta called back some old
memories to the Dane who competed in his first Finn Gold Cup in Weymouth
in1979!!
 
The Finn Gold Cup will be presented tonight to Mateusz Kusznierewicz by
1960 Finn World Champion, Vernon Stratton.
 

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Finn format trials survey: The pros and cons

Following requests to trial a ‘first across the line’ race format, the Finn class carried out trials at two events early in 2017 – the Trofeo Princesa Sofia in Palma and the European Championship in Marseille. Both were designed around a winner-takes-all final race where the first boat across the line was the winner. As expected, both events produced a lot of feedback, good and bad, and after the Europeans the Finn Class organised an online survey to assess the success or otherwise of the trials and gather further feedback.

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