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Finn Class News - April 2022 FINNFARE published, AGM, Event news

by Robert Deaves 28 Apr 17:26 BST
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Finn Class News - April 2022 FINNFARE published, AGM, Event news
The April 2022 issue of FINNFARE has been published and dispatched.

The first issue of FINNFARE for 2022 includes a wide range of articles and news items from around the world.

Content includes:

In a wide ranging and fascinating interview, Giles Scott talks about his rig choices and settings, revealing a few of his secrets and exposing some of the myths.

Profile on the new Dutch builder DC Composites

Results of the recent Class Survey

The story of a recent Danish promotion of the Finn

Some new sail ideas from Doyle

Richard Hart considers the Class Rules

The story of the transformation of Ugly Igor

2022 event calendar 

Updates from: Australia, Belgium, Britain, Chile, Denmark, France, New Zealand, Netherlands, Italy, Sweden and USA.

FINNFARE can be downloaded from the Finnclass website here or read online here

The complete archive is available here:
2022 IFA AGM

The AGM will be held on Monday 16 May in Malcesine during the Finn Gold Cup.

This AGM will mark a major change in the management of IFA with Balazs Hajdu retiring as President after 17 years service. There are four nominations to replace him: Luca Devoti (ITA), John Heyes (GBR), Rob McMillan (AUS) and Denis Mowbray (NZL). 

The agenda, submissions, reports and nomination papers can all be found here.

A proxy voting form can also been sent to Council members so that every member nation can be part of the process.

Entry is now open for this event HERE via Manage2Sail
The Notice of Race has also been published on Manage2Sail
The event website can be found here:

Please get entries in soon to allow the club to plan another great Finn championship 
May 15-21, Malcesine, ITA

The entry list shows 128 entries with 109 having paid entry fees so far. Entries are still possible at the higher entry fee.

Entry lists and all further details can be found on the event website here:

There is still time to enter the Finn World Masters in Helsinki.
Entries are now up to 118 and the entry form and all information is here:

The most recent update here includes details of the rather special social events being laid on and the free beer. The event celebrates the 70 year anniversary of the first Finns at the Olympics and a special drinks reception is being held on the island where the 1952 medal ceremony took place. 
Miami - Jan 24-31

There is considerable excitement about the Finn Gold Cup
returning to the USA in 2023, for the first time in 13 years.

Further details will be released shortly, but for those planning
to go the event website is here:

Work is ongoing on charter boat solutions
and further details will be added to the website when available.
Copyright © 2022 International Finn Association, All rights reserved.

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