Four hours afloat, but no racing on day two in Scarlino

It was never going to be the easiest of days to hold racing, and unsurprisingly the wind played tricks with the 69 boat Finn fleet at the European Championships in Scarlino, Italy for nearly four hours before the race officer called it a day with only the two races from Monday on the scoreboard.

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Trujillo leads after great start to Europeans in Scarlino

It promised much and it certainly delivered. The first day of the 2012 Finn Junior and Senior European Championship in Scarlino Italy was characterised by a shifty 8-10 knot north-westerly, moderate temperatures and some great racing. Rafa Trujillo (ESP) leads the way afer placing fourth and first, with 2007 European Champion Eduard Skornyakov (RUS) in second and Florian Raudachl (AUT) in third. Vasilij Zbogar (SLO) won the first race by a nice margin while Trujillo won the second in a thrilling finish.

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Amazing amphitheatre for Finn Gold Cup

Coastlines around the country dream of lapping up international sailing talent and the vibrant Cornish town of Falmouth, with its spirit of the sea, is excited to be doing just that. The J.P. Morgan Asset Management Finn Festival is set to make a splash on Falmouth’s shores. The Festival includes the annual UK Open Finn National Championships 4–7 May followed by the Finn Gold Cup 13–18 May, the annual World Championships for the Finn Class.

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Scarlino ready for European Championship

The Finn class is returning to Tuscany in Italy for its 2012 Senior and Junior European Championships. A favourite area because of its great climate and stunning scenery, the venue once again is the Marina di Scarlino, a modern large marina located half way between the town of Follonica and Punta Ala.

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