Saturday was full of finals at the 2016 World Rowing Coastal Championships in Monaco. The wind died down over night leaving a flatter race course for the Saturday finallists. The day began with the B-finals which were raced over the same 4km course as the heats. This was followed by the six A-finals raced over a 6km course that added two more important turns.
Spain had an outstanding performance and won the overall trophy with a total of 58 points, Italy took second place and France third. At their first-ever coastal championships, Tunisia took home one medal, a bronze in the women’s double.