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14 May 2021 15:13
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    A silver lining for whoever misses the hotly contested Finn class Olympic sailing nomination for New Zealand

    A silver lining for whoever misses the hotly contested Finn class Olympic sailing nomination for New Zealand


    Josh Junior and Andy Maloney will vie for the spot at next month's Finn Gold Cup in Portugal.

    Junior says regardless of what happens in Portugal, they will both be heading to Tokyo.



    Junior and Maloney are preparing to depart New Zealand next week for the opening round of Sail GP in Bermuda.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


     Other Sailing News
     13 May: Andy Maloney has won sailing's Finn Gold Cup off the coast of Portugal, which should earn him selection for the Tokyo Olympics
     12 May: New Zealand sailors Andy Maloney and Josh Junior will duel for a Tokyo Olympic spot off the coast of Portugal tonight
     10 May: Light winds have prevented any racing on day two of the Finn Gold Cup in Portugal
     09 May: Kiwi sailor Andy Maloney's made a strong start to the Finn gold cup in Portugal
     08 May: Kiwi sailors Josh Junior and Andy Maloney are prepared to race in whatever conditions are thrown at them
     08 May: Josh Junior and Andy Maloney have a symbiotic relationship when it comes to sailing
     08 May: Paul Snow-Hansen and Dan Wilcox will head home with a gold medal intact
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