April 16, 2021

The Brothers of the Castle win the three races in the Carnival Regatta Trophy – La Provincia

The Brothers of the Castle win the three races in the Carnival Regatta Trophy - La Provincia


The second day of the Spanish Cup of Techno and RSX classes He lived an excellent day this Sunday with the improvement of the conditions in relation to the first day. The tests started with a SE wind of 7 – 8 knots that subsequently reached up to 14 knots. Little wave and sun propitiated an entertaining day.

Nicolás Madero of the CMSAP retained its leadership of the first day in the Techno Sub 15 class by adding two more victories, in today's first regatta it finished second, which at the moment is its discard. The also Balearic Billy Coll CN Fornells occupies the second place with triumph in the first today. The Catalan Artur Antona Club Náutic Salou is third. Azul Sánchez Vallejo of the Real Club Marítimo de Melilla leads the general classification Sub 13 and the female one.

In the Sub 17 category There are 4 Balearic sailors who hold the first positions, Xicu Ferrer maintains the first position with which he finished the opening day, Nacho Baltasar who is second also maintains his position, while the third place is for Josep Estrany. In girls the Catalan Enma Vanrell leads. In Sub 13 male is Jorge Pardo leader of the Real Club Nautico de Gran Canaria.

The Sevillian Terry Valley with three first places he leads the RSX classification followed by the Catalan Guille Segu and the Majorcan Biel Llado.

The Gran Canaria Angel Granda He returned to show his conditions and the knowledge of the racing field to convert his participation with 5 victories in full of victories. Granda is followed by his fellow Club members, María Luisa Rizkallal Y Eduardo Acevedo.

The second day of the Spanish Cup of the monotype class 2.4 mR has turned around in favor of the Spanish representatives. Borja Melgarejo (CN Puerto Sherry), is placed first in the provisional classification and the canary José Guerra (RCNGC) scale from ninth position to fourth, behind Janne Laine (Finland) and Hans Asklund (Sweden). In the three positions of the provisional podium, only one point of difference for the last day of tomorrow.

According to the Carnival Regatta that develops parallel to this Cup, the Gustavo brothers and Rafael del Castillo dominate the Snipe class (1-1-1) winning all the tests of this day, with an oscillating steering wind (RCNGC) between 120º-150º and a pressure that varied from 7 to 13 knots approximately throughout of the day, with a wave "more noble" than in the day yesterday. Javier Padrón Y Kevin González (RCNGC-2-2-2) just put the difficult things to del Castillo in the second test, keeping an entertaining duel until the last stern, where they could not stand the pressure of the leaders. The crew Guerra / Guerra (3-3-3) very regular are third ahead of the Italians Romeo Piperno and Andrea Fornaro (4-4-4), only foreigners in this class, transferred to Gran Canaria to train with the Canarian team , the next Cto. Of Europa Master, to celebrate in Valencia.

The class Catamaran Formula 18, with five participants all arrived from Germany, have the first two positions tied in points, leading the Friedrichsen / Wendel crew followed by the boat with Sach / Sach sailors. The 29er participants do not have the complete RCNGC fleet, since three boats are on their way to CN el Balís (Barcelona), to participate next week in MedSailing. This has not diminished the quality of this event, since among the participants are Yoel Hernández and Paula Barrio, a crew that increasingly consolidates their new adventure as a mixed boat and despite having DNC today in the first test, the first three They achieved then an unbeatable start for them on this opening day of four regattas, ahead of the Norwegian crew Pollem / Andersen in two points.

Four regattas also for the 420 that in addition to the Carnival Regatta, scores for the Canary Islands Cup. The females Patricia Reino / Isabel Laiseca (RCNGC), are winning despite the overturning of their boat in the third test, but knew how to recover and also rule out this worst result. The Lanzarote-born Alberto Morales / Miguel Bethencourt (RCNA), who sail in the U-17 category, are very strong and with some convincing results (2-3-1-3) they are placed second in the provisional, only to a point, taking two Olympic Onan Barreiros with Ana Z Santana (RCNGC), who had a second race looser. Highlight the performance of the U-17 female crews, Julia de Juan / Carla Nunez (RCNGC) and Claudia Sanchez / Oti Mesa (RCNGC), which are of fifth and sixth moments, in a classification of 19 boats.

The most numerous class of this international regatta are Laser 4.7, with twenty-four participants. Isabel Hernandez (RCNGC) closes a magnificent day (1-2-1-3) placing leader behind his club mate Ernesto Suarez (2-1-6-2), occupying Daniel Gabancho from Tenerife the third position of the provisional . The local sailors Rafael Lora and Sergio Carbajo, fourth and fifth respectively, close the positions of honor. This class is also fighting in parallel with the Cto. of the Canary Islands.

The Laser Radial Olympic class, with athletes from six countries participating, the Indian Nethra Kumanan is at the first moment ahead of our regatta sailor Martina Reino, recently arrived from Miami where she has been competing in the World Cup, establishing a certain distance with the third classified, the Australian Paige Caldecoat. Carlota Sánchez has carried out some good partials, placing fourth in the provisional one behind the Norwegian Tobias Birkeland. The next Spanish, Margarita Iess, enters with a ninth in the top ten.

The second day of the Cup of Spain of the classes Techno and RSX lived Sunday an excellent day with the improvement of the conditions in relation to the first day. The tests started with a SE wind of 7 – 8 knots that subsequently reached up to 14 knots. Little wave and sun propitiated an entertaining day.

Nicolás Madero of the CMSAP retained his leadership of the first day in the Techno Sub 15 class by adding two more victories, in today's first regatta he finished second, which at the moment is his discard. The also Balearic Billy Coll CN Fornells occupies the second place with triumph in the first today. The Catalan Artur Antona Club Náutic Salou is third. Azul Sánchez Vallejo of the Real Club Marítimo de Melilla leads the general classification Sub 13 and the female one.

In the U17 category there are 4 Balearic sailors who hold the first positions, Xicu Ferrer maintains the first position with which he finished the opening day, Nacho Baltasar who is second also maintains his position, while the third place is for Josep Estrany. In girls the Catalan Enma Vanrell leads. In Sub 13 male is Jorge Pardo leader of the Real Club Nautico de Gran Canaria.
The Sevillian Terry Valle with three first places leads the RSX classification followed by the Catalan Guille Segu and the Mallorcan Biel Llado.

Gran Canaria Angel Granda again showed their conditions and knowledge of the racing field to convert their participation cn 5 wins in full of victories. Granda is followed by his Club mates, María Luisa Rizkallal and Eduardo Acevedo.

Tomorrow last day for the Carnival Regatta and the Windsurfing Cups of Spain and 2.4 mR, the awards ceremony of these events being held on Sunday afternoon, at the Real Club Nautico de Gran Canaria.

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