The Kiwi pair of Alex Maloney and Molly Meech were left rueing a penalty before the World Cup final in Santander that cost them a chance of a medal.
The class of Alex Maloney and Molly Meech came to the fore in racing at the World Cup final in Santander overnight (NZT) and it left the pair with an outside chance of claiming a medal.
One tactical error proved costly in what was an otherwise good day of racing for Alex Maloney and Molly Meech at the World Cup final in Santander, Spain, overnight (NZT).
The Olympic 49erFX silver medallists posted two thirds but were 13th in the first race of the day.
Alex Maloney and Molly Meech put aside the frustration of yesterday to make progress up the leaderboard at the World Cup final in Santander overnight (NZT).
Alex Maloney and Molly Meech have plenty of work to do to get back in the mix at the World Cup finals in Santander after copping a penalty before racing even started but Josh Porebski and Trent Rippey are well positioned in the 49er fleet.
Alex Maloney and Molly Meech won’t be afraid to try different things when returning to racing over the next month in the hope it brings long-term success.
Molly Meech and Alex Maloney, who were second in the 49erFX at last year's Rio Games, are offering girls a chance to sail on a 49erFX at Murrays Bay on March 5.
Alex Maloney and Molly Meech have collected mementos from around the world over the last decade and have their eyes on obtaining something golden from Tokyo in 2020.
Molly Meech and Alex Maloney will compete in next month’s Oceanbridge NZL Sailing Regatta, this country's premier youth and Olympic classes regatta.
A host of Yachting New Zealand sailors have been named among the finalists for the 2016 annual Massey University Harbour Sport Excellence Awards. The awards recognize exceptional performances and contribution to sport in the North Harbour region and will be celebrated on 25 November.