Jaime Ayarza and Marisa Alexandra Vicens, the new leaders of the National Optimist

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Second day of the National Optimist dinghy in the Marina Montiel in Águilas in the that have been able to complete 4 tests, adding up to 6 in total, so that has come into play to discard. The results of today more able to get rid of every sailors worst part in these two days, has caused an important shift in the standings, so yes, continue sending in water region of murcia Canary islands and the Balearic islands.

Jaime Ayarza (RCN Gran Canaria), club mate Javier Ojeda and leading up to the day of yesterday and now 4th, takes the lead in the Optimist class in the absence of two days, although the difference with those who come behind is short. Ayarza has gone more or less in the four tests. In the first two he managed two wins partial while in the following two he was 3rd and 8th.

The canary islands sum 16 points after the discard, leaving them with 2 points behind the palmesano Xavier Garcia (RCN Palma) has managed to defend his second place from yesterday. Today has been able to maintain a good regularity, although in the third test of the day was not anything fine and this 28th, it has now been removed, can pass bill. In the other three tests has been achieved the numbers of 5-5-4.

Marc Mesquida (CN S’arenal) another favorite for the title has managed to take advantage of the day today, moving up two positions in the table and is third outburst bronze provisional the valencian Carlos Espí (RCN Valencia). Mesquida has managed to take advantage of the good wind conditions of the East 7 to 9 knots, arriving at the end to about 12, time the that has achieved the worst result in the day of today, while maintaining a good regularity: 5-3-4-6.

In female Marisa Alexandra Vicens (CN Cala Gamba) removes the first square to Aina Garau (CN S’arenal), though, is that since the provisional is in the Balearic islands. Vicencs has had two faces, one with good results from two-fifths positions, 2nd and 4th race of the day, and two bad: 16-12. The spaniard occupies the 6th place overall. James Sadler (CN S’arenal) is the second-femina on the provisional podium, while the andalusian Mary Castle (RCM Tennis Punta Umbria) is third.

In the SUB13, category women, the madrid-Alba Moreno (CR Madrid) is first with 84 points, followed by White Ferrando (RCN Valencia), making up 90 points, and completing the podium is the tenerife Sofia Fernandez (RCN Tenerife), with 103. In guys, well matched the podium, the leader is Miguel Padron (RCN Gran Canaria) is first with 34 points, followed by Tim Lubat (HP Port D’andratx) with 36 and third is the palmesano John Benassar (RCN Palma) with 37.

The third day is the championship of Spain by Equipment Regions. Be held in a league between the eight Autonomous communities registered: Catalonia, the Balearic islands, the Basque country, Andalusia, Canary islands, Galicia, Valencia and Region of Murcia, plus the semi-finals and final, except changes.

as for the locals, the native of cartagena Manuel Barrionuevo (RCR Cartagena) is still the best sailors of the Region of Murcia in the table. Barrionuevo occupies the 37th place in the overall provisional , with a performance that is quite understated today, highlighting as a best partial of a 10th place secured in the first test of the day.

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