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|Start Date||4 December 2016|
|End Date||11 December 2016|
|Entry Name||Antonio Gonzalez de la Madrid|
|Entry Address||Ariadne House, Town Quay|
|Tel||+ 44 2380 635 111|
|Fax||+ 44 2380 635 789|
|Registration Lists||Click here to view|
The Sailing World Cup Final will bring together the world's best sailors in the aftermath of the Rio 2016 Sailing Competitions as they seek to end the year on a high heading into the Tokyo 2020 quadrennial.
With a grandstand for sailing like no other, the Sailing World Cup Final in St Kilda Sailing Precinct, made out of the Royal Melbourne Yacht Squadron (RMYS), St Kilda Baths, St Kilda Beach and Catani Gardens, will put the sport front and centre of the public.
Racing alongside the St Kilda Pier and beach, a bustling metropolitan atmosphere will ensure a fusion of sport and leisure. Olympic and World Champions will race across the ten Olympic fleets and the 2.4 Norlin One Design in a bid to be crowned 2016 Sailing World Cup Champion and those on-shore will be able to enjoy the show in the race village.
|Fleet racing||Men||470||200||Overall Results|
|Fleet racing||Women||470||200||Overall Results|
|Fleet racing||Men||49er||200||Overall Results|
|Fleet racing||Women||49erFX||200||Overall Results|
|Fleet racing||Men||Finn||200||Overall Results|
|Fleet racing||Men||IKA - Formula Kite||200||Overall Results|
|Fleet racing||Women||IKA - Formula Kite||200||Overall Results|
|Fleet racing||Men||Laser||200||Overall Results|
|Fleet racing||Women||Laser Radial||200||Overall Results|
|Fleet racing||Mixed||Nacra 17||200||Overall Results|
|Fleet racing||Men||RS:X||200||Overall Results|
|Fleet racing||Women||RS:X||200||Overall Results|