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The championship of Spain 2020 already has its new champions, in a regatta that has been very different for all the protocols and safety measures to be one of the highlights in the Puerto Deportivo Juan Montiel. Closes the appointment national with two completed tests with a wind speed of 10-11 knots on a shaft of the 100th (E-East) and with changes in the podium positions, especially in the male SU16.
In this category, the canary islands Jaime Ayarza (RCN Gran Canaria) arrived as a leader, but has not been his day at all aspects, although it started well with a 4th place, in the second and last signed a 33 and attached to a 29 that achieved in the first round of the championship, made him lose two positions, finishing third. Marc Mesquida (CN S’arenal) has been in the line of the canary islands, one of lime and one of sand. Marked 28 on the first of the day, its worst part-while the rest had poor numbers, by joining the victory in the last round of the championship and that was going to help the spaniard take the national title. Silver has been for Xavier Garcia (RCN Palma) which has managed to maintain a good regularity in the four days, although today has followed the path of his companions on the podium, with a result bad and another good one: 23-2.
Nicola Sadler (CN S’arenal) arrived leading up to the final day and has managed to defend its first place in women thanks to his good work today. Worked and a brilliant triumph in the first test of the day and a hard fought third place in the second and last of the day. With just two points difference (53-55) Marisa Alexandre Vicens (CN Cala Gamba) was done with the silver after after again after getting a partial of 2-4, although the 26 obtained in the only test of yesterday Saturday has taken its toll. The podium has been closed with the andalusian Maria Castillo (RCM and Tennis Punta Umbria), with 3rd and in the first and 58 in the last.
with regard to the SUB13 the podium in the men’s category has been formed by Tim Lumbat (HP Port D Andratx), followed by Miguel Padron (RCN Gran Canaria) and John Benassar (RCN Palma), while that in females for the first time in a sailor on inland waters is done with the national title of Optimist in this category. Alba Moreno (CR), Madrid, spain, belonging to the Federación Madrileña de Vela, has been proclaimed champion. One completed the podium with Marisa Alexandre Vicens (CN Cala Gamba), and Maria Castillo (RCM and Tennis Punta Umbria)
In the championship of Autonomy, that sets out the balance sheet total of the sportsmen of each federation territory, the title has fallen on the Balearic Federation of Candle.
The Federation Andalusian of Candle, for its part, has picked up the title of champion of Spain team, a triumph which he achieved this past Friday. At the podium, she was accompanied by the Balearic Federation of Candle, ranked second, and the Sailing Federation of the Comunitat Valenciana, third.
The awarding ceremony was held in the facilities of the Marina Juan Montiel, assisting in other personalities Marina Munuera, Director General of Mobility and Coastline of the Region of Murcia; city council members and Sports Cars, Eagles, Christopher Married and Ginés Disiderio Navarro respectively; Arturo Garcia, president of the Sailing Federation of the Region of Murcia, Francisco Sanchez, president of the Spanish Association of the International Class Optimist; Juan Francisco Montiel, president of the Marina Juan Montiel, accompanied by the presidents of Honor, Juan Montiel and Beatriz García.
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