Morning Briefing: Day 6

The World Cup Series Miami will come to a close on day six with the final five Medal Races LIVE from Regatta Park, Coconut Grove.

Following the previous day’s Medal Races where the first 2017 World Cup Series medals were confirmed, it is now the turn of the 470s, Lasers and Finn to complete their podium line ups ahead of the closing ceremony from Coral Reef Yacht Club.

Racing will be LIVE from Biscayne Bay on World Sailing’s YouTube channel –

The final day’s racing, which begins at 12:05 local time, will see wind coming in from the north at around 12 knots and gusting up to 16 for the medal hopefuls. In a change from the usual Miami sunshine, Coconut Grove has had some light rain in the morning with the temperatures dropping to the mid-teens for onshore spectators watching on the big screen.

Class # of Races Start time Racing Area
Laser 1 12:05 Medal
Laser Radial 1 12:50 Medal
Finn 1 13:35 Medal
470 Men 1 14:20 Medal
470 Women 1 15:05 Medal

Information on how to follow the event is below:

A full list of sailors registered to sail in Miami is available to view here –!/entries?classId=e2d355cc-1d5b-4dfb-b6b9-58c9d28c0cfa
Results will be available from Tuesday 24 January via the Manage2Sail results centre here –!/results?classId=e2d355cc-1d5b-4dfb-b6b9-58c9d28c0cfa

Live tracking and competitor’s analytics will be available via SAP Sailing Analytics throughout the event here –

World Sailing will be releasing international press releases after racing throughout the duration of World Cup Miami. All the latest news and reports will be available to read here –

Medal Races on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 January will be streamed live on World Sailing’s Facebook and YouTube Channel.

Follow the event on World Sailing’s social networks and get involved in the conversation using #SWCMiami17
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World Sailing’s World Cup Series is an annual series of Olympic sailing for elite and professional sailors. Over 2,000 of the world’s leading sailors, representing over 75 nations have competed in the World Cup Series which offers a definitive guide to the best-of-the-best in the Olympic sailing world.

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