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Clipperrace 25.08.2017

 

RACE 1 DAY 5: TACTICS TIME
25 AUGUST 2017

Unicef remains in the lead for the fourth consecutive day of this opening race but the next 24 to 48 hours could be telling, with distinctly different strategies now in play within the Clipper Race fleet.

The leading three teams are still close together out front where the breeze filled in first, with Sanya Serenity Coast just 5Nm behind Unicef. Reporting a very positive last 24 hours on board, third placed Visit Seattle Skipper, Nikki Henderson, says: “The highlight of the last day – we found the wind. A fresh 15-20 knots in fact.

“The boat is in her element too. We lost our buddies on Unicef off the AIS (Automatic Identification System) yesterday afternoon, and now the Sanya Serenity Coast green triangle flirts on and off the screen to keep us on our toes.”

Also expressing relief at finding the wind again, Rob Graham, whose Nasdaq team has climbed up from eighth to fourth place in the last 24 hours, says: “How good was it yesterday evening when the breeze filled in, and we finally swapped our Windseeker for Yankeee 1? It picked up just a couple of knots but that was enough of a difference to get Nasdaq moving properly again after three weeks trickling along in light airs, (at least it felt that long). We’ve certainly had some good practice for the Doldrums proper.”

Behind the top four, the fleet is now spreading out widely with teams selecting very different headings as they seek out their preferred routes south.

Yesterday, Greenings was on its own, separate from the fleet after deciding early to take a westerly course. Skipper Dave Hartshorn explains: “As you can see, we are still north of the rest of the fleet and are now working out when to tack over on to starboard to make our way south without going too far back east.

 

“The majority of the fleet is heading south towards the bottom of the Bay of Biscay, while now four other yachts appear to be heading west with us. Since late afternoon, there has been much time spent running various scenarios through TimeZero Professional as to when to make the turn.”

 

Roy Taylor, Skipper of PSP Logistics, is one who has opted to head west. He and his team are currently eleventh, but is confident with the move, explaining: “PSP Logistics got bored of the wind hole and decided on a gamble.

 

“We are heading west to meet this irritating low-pressure head on, punch through him and pick up the nice northerlies on the other side, then run down for Maderia Island. It’s a longer distance but we have been cracking on since 1400 yesterday at 9 – 10 knots.”

 

Qingdao, in ninth, has also broken away from the main course. Skipper Chris Kobusch says: “After a few days of light winds, we are now flying along in a 25-30 knot breeze. Our Clipper Race 70 is heeled over hard and not only the helming, but pretty much anything is much harder to do than usual when living at 30 degrees.

“We are sailing in convoy with GREAT Britain, who is only 6nM southeast of us and matching our speed and course. It is a head on head race which keeps everyone focused and competitive.”

Dare to Lead, currently fifth, has opted for the most easterly route off the coast of Spain, with Skipper Dale Smyth reporting: “It’s been a slow night for us under Windseeker, with the wind dying off completely at 0230 this morning to be replaced by a light south-westerly, which I assume is the start of the next depression.”

Back at the top, Unicef Skipper Bob Beggs is keeping a close eye on the competition, saying: “The first real tactical decisions of the leg are being deployed by individual yachts, and the one to watch could well be Dare To Lead which appears to be in a commanding position on our left flank and the next few days will see how this plays out.”

The next 48 hours will be an interesting period on the weather front for the fleet, as all the boats continue racing for the Trade winds. Teams could see gusts of up to 40kts if they pass through the southwest quadrant of the incoming low. The incoming front should have gusts up to 30kts.

NB: All positions were correct at time of publishing. For the latest positions visit the Race Viewer.

 

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25.08.2017

Kieler Yacht-Club-Gebäude wechselt den Eigentümer

Eine dem Kieler Yacht-Club nahestehende Gesellschaft kauft die Traditionsimmobilie

Kiel, 25. August 2017 -­ Eine dem Kieler Yacht-Club e.V. (KYC) nahestehende Gesellschaft erwirbt das traditionsreiche Hotel Kieler Yacht Club von der thyssenkrupp AG. Das prägnante Gebäude an der Kiellinie ist seit 1926 der Stammsitz des KYC. 2007 hatte thyssenkrupp das Clubhaus übernommen und umfassend renoviert. Mit dem aktuellen Erwerb sollen Clubsitz und Hotelbetrieb langfristig bewahrt werden.

Eine dem Kieler Yacht-Club e.V. (KYC) nahestehende Gesellschaft erwirbt das traditionsreiche Hotel Kieler Yacht Club von der thyssenkrupp AG. Das prägnante Gebäude an der Kiellinie ist seit 1926 der Sitz des KYC. 2007 hatte thyssenkrupp die Traditionsimmobilie, die eng mit der Geschichte des Hauses Krupp verbunden ist, vom KYC erworben und seitdem umfangreich renoviert.

„Der KYC ist sehr dankbar, dass thyssenkrupp das Clubhaus nun in einem erstklassigen Zustand wieder in Kieler Hände gibt“, sagte Carsten Krage, Vorsitzender des KYC.

„Der KYC selbst kann die Immobilie nicht kaufen“, fügt Krage hinzu. „Wir werden nun begeisterte Mitglieder suchen, die sich an der neu gegründeten Projektgesellschaft beteiligen und dem KYC ermöglichen, das Clubhaus für seine Mitglieder und den Hotel- und Restaurantbetrieb zu bewahren.“

Derzeit geht ein Mitglied in Vorleistung, um dem KYC dieses exklusive Angebot von thyssenkrupp zu erhalten und zu sichern. Über den Kaufpreis haben die Parteien Stillschweigen vereinbart. „Unser Clubhaus an der Kiellinie repräsentiert zugleich ein Stück Landesgeschichte“, sagte Krage. Das Traditionshaus soll auch künftig mit seinem Hotel- und Restaurantbetrieb fortgeführt werden.

Kieler Yacht-Club e.V.
Mit dem bereits von den Gründern 1887 formulierten Ziel „die Freude am Segeln zu mehren“ steht der Kieler Yacht-Club für eine lange Tradition im Regattasegeln auf höchstem sportlichem Niveau und im anspruchsvollen Fahrtensegeln. Tradition und Zukunft des Segelsports bestimmen das HandeIn im Club. Schwerpunkte der Arbeit des KYC sind die seglerische Ausbildung Jugendlicher und Erwachsener sowie die Organisation hochrangiger Regatta-Veranstaltungen wie der Kieler Woche, MAIOR, YES sowie Welt- und Europameisterschaften in verschiedenen Klassen.

Mit rund 1.400 Mitgliedern ist der Kieler Yacht-Club einer der größten und mit seiner Gründung im Jahr 1887 einer der geschichtsträchtigsten Segelvereine Deutschlands. Zu den Mitgliedern des KYC zählen mehrere Welt- und Europameister in unterschiedlichen Segelklassen.

Presseinformation als PDF.
Ansprechpartner:
Dr. Carsten Krage
Tel. 01716541885
E-Mail carsten.krage@cornelius-krage.de

Kieler Yacht-Club e.V.
Kiellinie 70
24105 Kiel
Telefon +49 (431) 85021
Telefax +49 (431) 82674
www.kyc.de

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Sailingchampions 25.08.2017

25.08.2017

SAILING Champions League Act 2
Die europäische Segelelite trifft sich in St. Moritz

Hamburg/St. Moritz, 25. August 2017 – Am ersten September-Wochenende (01.-03.09.) trifft sich Europas Segelelite bei der SAILING Champions League im Segel-Club St. Moritz. Für Deutschland gehen diese drei Vereine an den Start: Lindauer Segler-Club, Verein Seglerhaus am Wannsee, Bayerischer Yacht-Club. Insgesamt reisen 28 Clubs an den St. Moritzersee, um sich für das Finale in Porto Cervo zu qualifizieren. Top-Teams aus renommierten Segelclubs versprechen einen Event auf sportlich höchstem Niveau.

Erstmals in der Geschichte der SAILING Champions League (SCL) dürfen die Teilnehmer ihr Können auf dem außergewöhnlichen Segelrevier in St. Moritz unter Beweis stellen. So sind auf dem nur 600 Meter breiten St. Moritzersee schnelle Wendemanöver, exzellente Taktik und perfektes Bootshandling gefragt.

Als eines der Favoritenteams reist der Royal Norwegian Yacht Club in die Schweiz. Das Team gewann 2015 die SAILING Champions League, wurde letztes Jahr Norwegischer Meister und will auch in diesem Jahr beweisen, dass sie der internationalen Konkurrenz in Nichts nachstehen. Die Crew für St. Moritz besteht aus: Kristoffer Spone, Sigurd Hekk Paulsen, Lars Horn Johannesen, N.N.. Für Deutschland gehen diese drei Vereine an den Start: Lindauer Segler-Club, Verein Seglerhaus am Wannsee, Bayerischer Yacht-Club.

Weitere Spitzensegler aus verschiedenen olympischen und internationalen Klassen besetzen die Boote in diesem international beachteten Wettkampf um die europäische Meisterschale. Darunter z.B. Michael Meister (SCTWV Achensee), Österreichischer Meister im 470er, Hendrik Kadelbach (Verein Seglerhaus am Wannsee), Deutscher Meister U21 im 470er und Bo Petersen (Hellerup Yachtclub, Dänemark), Europameister im Dinghy 2016. Sie alle gehen in St. Moritz an den Start um um den Einzug in das Finale zu kämpfen. Hochklassige Segler, kurze Rennen, baugleiche Boote und ein standardisierter Kurs garantieren ein spannendes Wochenende in St. Moritz.

Als Technologie-Partner der SAILING Champions League wird SAP für einen professionellen und spannenden Livestream sorgen. Jeweils Samstag und Sonntag werden die Rennen live ab 12:00 im Internet gezeigt: www.sailing-championsleague.com. Alle Ergebnisse finden Sie hier: www.sapsailing.com.

Die SAILING Champions League
In diesem Jahr segeln bei der SAILING Champions League die besten europäischen Clubs in zwei Events (Act 1 – St. Petersburg (August) und Act 2 – St. Moritz (September) um die heißbegehrten Startplätze für das große Finale in Porto Cervo (September). Dort entscheidet sich dann, wer der beste Segel-Club Europas ist. Die Rennen werden im Fleet-Race-Modus auf Booten der One-Design-Klasse J/70 ausgetragen.

SAILING Champions League
Julia Egge
Tel.: +49 40 226 316 4-65
E-Mail: press@sailing-championsleague.com
Web: sailing-championsleague.com
Facebook: facebook.com/SAILINGCL

 

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Finnclass 25.08.2017

25.08.2017

Olezza hold leads after light wind race on Day 3 at U23 Finn Worlds at Balatonfüred

Sebastian Kalafarski of Poland confidently won the only race possible on the third day of racing at the 2017 U23 Finn World Championship for the Finn Silver Cup. However Facundo Olezza of Argentina still holds a 13-point advantage at the top. Luke Muller from USA moves up three places to second while Brit, Henry Wetherell drops one to third.

After a day of waiting around on shore for breeze the fleet was finally sent out mid-afternoon as a light southerly slowly developed. After one false start, the fleet got away in 4-6 knots, but it was relatively steady in direction for a change.

The left side paid with those starting at the pin in the leading group. Joan Cardona Mendez, from Spain, rounded first from Muller and Kalafarski, who started at the boat end. The main group went right on the run, which allowed Kalafarski to sneak through to leeward and round the gate ahead. He locked into the lifting shift up the second beat and was untouchable from then on, holding a nice lead at the top and down to the finish in the gradually fading wind.

Lars Johan Brodtkorb, from Norway, who had made a great start at the pin, rounded fifth and then caught the leaders on the second upwind to round second, which he just held to the finish from a fast chasing pack. Cardona Mendez crossed in third.

By this point the wind had evaporated in the hot Balaton air, but the race committee persevered and 40 minutes later a new breeze arrived. However it didn’t last long and after one false start, the fleet was sent home soon after.

The single race though meant that the championship is now valid one with four races completed and looking at the forecast for the next few days, that is a relief for the organisers.

Muller commented, “It was a bit tricky. I tried to get off the line clean and the guys who turned out best tacked right off the line and held on port for a long time and from there it was really just staying in pressure and keeping the boat speed up.”

“We finished in quite light breeze and then the wind died off. We had surges of pressure come down and the PRO was really trying to gun for another one.”

“I am really happy how I am sailing and working with Luther [Carpenter, his coach] is fantastic and a really big privilege.”

Kalafarski was clearly pleased with the race win. “I started near to the race committee and going to the right side and later I tacked and went with the front group. I was fourth at the top.”

“I like the light wind, and the weather from today is very good for me. I want tomorrow to be the same. I feel very good, it’s fantastic to win the race.”

French ambition

One of the new sailors here this week is Guillaume Boisard, from France, now in ninth overall after a 14th today.

“Sailing the Finn was for me one of my biggest ambitions. This boat is technically demanding and I really like its physical dimension. I consider the Finn as one of most interesting boat to sail. A lot of settings and adjustments exist on this boat, and all these little details can make, at the end, a huge difference between good and very good Finn sailors.”

Boisard, now 20 years old, started sailing in Optmist at Aged 7 before moving through the Europe and Laser classes. His best results were runner-up in the Europe Europeans and a fifth in French Laser Nationals.

He now trains with the group at French National Center in La Rochelle. “My last good results will probably help me to get an athlete high level status for the next season, and in this way I could get some financial help.”

He says he really benefits from the very dynamic La Rochelle dynamic Finn fleet and especially the new French training camp called ‘Master Academy’.

“I sail two to four times a week with very good sailors. I want to mention Laurent Hay, recently second at the World Masters in Barbados, I’m very thankful to him because of all the advice he gave me this season.”

“Sometimes Jonathan Lobert and Fabian Pic sail with us, which is very interesting for me. I had a training session with all of them before coming to Balaton. It makes me feel completely confident for this Silver Cup.”

“Light wind is my specialty, and I would like to benefit from the Balaton Lake to make a good performance.” His goal for the week is top 10 overall. “My strategy and tactics bring me to good positions most of the time and further up in the light wind, where I’m often pretty fast. My technique on the downwind is also one of my main strengths.”

He says he is really enjoying the Finn challenge. “The technical dimension of this boat and all these unique feelings we can only get in this boat. For example, I love free pumping, and you can’t really find it sailing on other boats, except the Europe class.”

There seems little chance at the moment of any free pumping soon. The championship may be valid, but only four races have been sailed from seven scheduled so far out of a total of 13.

Expectations for a sailable wind on Friday are small. Already the start time has been delayed until 12.00. There is a chance some breeze could develop during the afternoon, but it depends who you listen to and for how long.

Results after 4 races
1 ARG 48 Facundo Olezza 14
2 USA 91 Luke Muller 27
3 GBR 71 Henry Wetherell 29
4 IRL 22 Fionn Lyden 34
5 CZE 5 Ondrej Teply 38
6 FIN 8 Oskari Muhonen 39
7 SWE 11 Johannes Pettersson 42
8 NOR 9 Lars Johan Brodtkorb 43
9 FRA 9 Guillaume Boisard 44
10 ESP 235 Joan Cardona Mendez 50

How to follow the 2017 Finn Silver Cup

RESULTS
Results and entries will be posted on the event website: 2017.finnsilvercup.org

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Clipperrace 24.08.2017

RACE 1 DAY 4: THE PRE-DOLDRUM DOLDRUMS
24 AUGUST 2017

Light winds continue to challenge during the fourth day of racing, which have caused the fleet to condense by 20 nautical miles in the last 24 hours in the Bay of Biscay.

Andy Burns, Skipper of GREAT Britain, currently in sixth place, reports that the light weather conditions bring with them real lessons of light wind sailing which will be valuable later on in the race.

Andy reports: “The Doldrums have come early!!! Or so it feels without the heat.

“We have moved a grand total of about five nautical miles in the last three hours. It is, however, teaching the crew the importance of concentration even in light airs and the gains that can be made and gaps that can be opened.”\

Nikki Henderson, Skipper of Visit Seattle, and her crew have been working hard to maintain third position “After a night of not much sleep whilst trying to keep the boat moving along even at one knot, I’m really hoping the wind gods blow in our favour soon!“

There are now just 72 nautical miles standing between Unicef, which is holding onto first place by two nautical miles, and twelfth placed Greenings which maintain its westerly course.

Whilst the four leaders; Unicef, Sanya Serenity Coast, Visit Seattle and Dare to Lead have maintained their respective positions, Qingdao has started to break away from the middle of the pack and currently sits just nine nautical miles behind fourth place.

Dale Smyth, Skipper of fourth placed Dare To Lead, comments: “The race is currently very tactical and barely able to keep the boat moving at times.

“All are well onboard and in good spirits. The competition keeps us on our toes all day and night”

Greenings has now completed exactly 7.1% of Leg 1, and although currently sitting in twelfth place, Skipper David Hartshorn is confident in his westerly routing tactic.

David explains: “I am very aware that there is a ridge of high pressure pushing east towards the Bay of Biscay, that is likely to develop into a wind hole preventing further positive direction south, so we are preparing to go west were we need to be.”

Looking ahead, teams are hoping for some increased windspeed and a smooth transition into the trades when they reach the Portuguese coast.

Gaetan Thomas, Skipper of sixth place Garmin, notes: „It is funny to see the fleet coming back together as the wind died from the front to the back, the lucky ones are the boat at the back I guess. In French, we call that the accordion effect. The first ones to get out of the hole will have a chance to fly away, maybe for good, until the equator.“

NB: All positions were correct at time of publishing. For the latest positions visit the Race Viewer.

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SSL Star Sailors League 24.08.2017

24.08.2017 

EIVIND MELLEBY AND JOSHUA REVKIN,
STAR WORLD CHAMPIONS,
ARE THE FIRST TEAM TO CONFIRM THEIR ATTENDANCE

There are a little more than 100 days to the SSL Finals 2017 in Nassau Bahamas, from December 4th to 9th, and just a few regattas that can give points and change the top 10 skippers of the SSL Rankings until September 12th, when the leaders for 2017 will be definite.

The plan for the fifth edition of the most important event for the Star Sailors League will follow the path of the previous SSL Finals, with four days of Qualification Series after which the top 10 teams will go ahead to the final knock-out stage of the competition. The first qualified team will get a bye to the Final, the runner-up will go to the semi-finals and teams from 3rd to 10th will have to fight on yet one more race in the quarter-finals. All of this action will happen on the last day of competition, on Saturday December 9th, and in the late afternoon the winners of the SSL Finals 2017 will be crowned directly after racing at Nassau Yacht Club.

To access to SSL Finals you can either be among the top 10 sailors in the SSL Rankings, be the first crew, a young talented sailor, a VIP invited for your achievements in your career or the ISCYRA World Champion. Norwegian Eivind Melleby with American Joshua Revkin won the Star World Championship in July in Denmark and so owned the right to have a spot in Nassau: Melleby and Revkin are the first SSL Finalists to confirm their participation to the fifth edition of the SSL Finals.
Josh Revkin raced at every single SSL event since 2013, be it the four previous SSL Finals or the Grand Slams; Eivind Melleby was at two SSL Finals and with Josh finished second at the SSL City Grand Slam in Hamburg in 2016. The team has good vibes and works well together, we can expect great things from them in Nassau, particularly if it’s a windy year in Montagu Bay – they seem to like strong breeze like those almost stormy days in Svendborg at the Worlds.

The updated SSL Finals website is online now, with the schedule of the weeks’ sport, media and social events at Nassau Yacht Club. The Opening Ceremony is confirmed to take place on Monday December 4th late afternoon, details haven’t been formalized yet but a cocktail party will surely follow. The Medal Ceremony will be held right after sailing on Saturday December 9th, on a big podium in Montagu Beach and that evening there will be the Gala Dinner with Price Giving Ceremony at Nassau Yacht Club.

Keep following us on the official website, facebook, instagram and twitter to be updated on the SSL Finalists’ list, social events and more of the Star Sailors League major event of the year.
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Lausanne, August 24th, 2017
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SSL Media and Communication
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STAR SAILORS LEAGUE (SSL)

From the initiative of some of the world’s best sailors, the Star Sailors League (SSL), launched an international circuit of regattas in January 2013. This new league has been built on the existing circuit of over 220 International Star regattas around the world, using a unified world ranking, created based on
the ATP World Tour ™, established by tennis players in 1972. Drawing on this inspiration from tennis, the SSL also awards substantial prize money to the best-ranked sailors.
By 2020, the objective of the SSL is to organize four Grand Slams and the SSL Finals every year. The annual SSL Finals is exclusive to the top athletes and the Grand Slams will offer fierce competition. In order to create a world ranking representative of the skills of each athlete and to balance the odds for each one of them, the Grand Slams will take place at venues known for different conditions:
• „SSL LAKE GS“ organized on a lake
• „SSL BAY GS“ organized in a sea bay
• „SSL CITY GS“ organized in an urban environment
• „SSL BREEZE GS“ organized on a windy area
In September 2015, the SSL organized the first Lake Grand Slam, on lake Neuchâtel in Switzerland, hosted by the Cercle de Voile de Grandson, and in May 2016 the first City Grand Slam took place in Hamburg Germany, by Norddeutscher Regatta Verein and Hamburger and Luebeck Bay Star Boat fleets. In March 2017 with a partnership with Bacardi Cup, SSL tested what one day will be the Sea Grand Slam, a regatta following the traditional Star Class regulations. On the first week of December 2017 the 5th SSL Finals will be held in Nassau Bahamas at Nassau Yacht Club.

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Finnclass 23.08.2017

23.08.2017

No racing on Day 2 at U23 Finn Worlds: Finn youth and wind play games all day

Despite spending four hours on the water, no more racing was possible at the U23 Finn World Championship at Balatonfüred. The sailors were twice sent out on the water, but both times came back empty handed.

Everyone expected to lose a day or more of racing, but no one expected to lose the second day, which had the second best forecast of the week.

The day began with an AP ashore, which then continued afloat for an hour before the sailors were sent back to shore to wait under a further AP. Finally they were sent back out again as a relativity stable 6-8 knots had settled over the course area. This started to drop and shift as soon as the fleet arrived and despite two attempts to get the race away, at 17.00 the fleet was sent shore again.

After racing the sailors met in the tent by the marina to debrief and for the prizegiving for Day 1 when each of the three race winners received goodie bags from Rooster, one of the event’s sponsors.

Of the 45 young sailors competing this week, 15 are under 19 years old, therefore, to recognise this, it was announced that an U19 prize will also be awarded to further encourage those just starting their Finn careers.

For Thursday the early forecast is for no wind so the start time has been delayed until 11.30, with three races scheduled if there is sufficient time. Even then the forecast is still only for light winds.

One thing is for sure. It is going to be a long week. With the exception of Friday, the forecasts show little sign of conditions improving, though it’s also getting a lot hotter.

Results after 3 races

1 ARG 48 Facundo Olezza 8
2 GBR 71 Henry Weltherell 21
3 GBR 96 Hector Simpson 22
4 IRL 22 Fionn Lyden 22
5 USA 91 Luke Muller 23
6 SWE 11 Johannes Pettersson 29
7 FRA 9 Guillaume Boisard 30
8 FIN 8 Oskari Muhonen 32
9 CZE 5 Ondrej Teply 33
10 RUS 1 Evgenii Deev 39

Full results so far here.

How to follow the 2017 Finn Silver Cup

RESULTS
Results and entries will be posted on the event website: 2017.finnsilvercup.org

SOCIAL MEDIA
Follow the event on the Finn Class social channels
Facebook: www.facebook.com/InternationalFinnClass/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Finn_Class
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/finnclass/
Tags: #fsc, #finnsilvercup, #finnclass, #finn

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PHOTOS
Photos for free of right editorial use will be available here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/finnclassphotos/albums

VIDEO
Dail highlights will be posted on Facebook and on the Finn Class YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/thefinnchannel
All videos can also be viewed through FINN TV here: www.finnclass.org/finn-tv