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British Team at 2019 Finn Gold Cup - Day 5

by British Sailing Team 20 Dec 2019 10:33 GMT 16-21 December 2019
Giles Scott - 2019 Finn Gold Cup day 5 © Robert Deaves

Headlines:

  • Eight-race opening series concludes; only tomorrow's medal race remains
  • Giles Scott to start medal race in fourth after tricky day 5
  • Reigning Olympic and European champ Scott can't win gold - but silver and bronze well within reach
  • Only five points seperate Scott from second-placed Nicholas Heiner (NED)
  • New Zealand's Josh Junior sits top with 16-point lead
  • Britain's Ed Wright and Henry Wetherell miss medal race top 10 cut
  • Wright finishes 14th, Wetherell 22nd
  • Regatta concludes with double points medal race on Saturday

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