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The Raid of the Rías Baixas of catamarans, Glass of Spain of long distance from the class F18, has the first leader who speaks French. The brothers Cedric and Laurent Bader, of the Yacht Club of Saint-Tropez, took the Cíes islands with his win in the first of the two stages, and have been leaders of Portonovo, the second stage, Cies in the Ria de Pontevedra, had to be cancelled.
The intense day this Thursday began with the official photo on the pontoons at the Real Club Náutico de Vigo, the organising company of the event. A fleet of fifteen units, with spaniards, gauls and angolans, broke it in front of your marina, destination the south island of Cies, after tacking previous Or Salgueirón and in Bondaña.
Bader were the most rapid and, from the beginning, the output became a battle of the franco-vigo, as the reconquest same that Vigo lived in 1809. The two Nacra EVO French (the Bader and Arthur Boc-Ho and Laetitia Lefevre, from the same club) sent with the “Fastcurricho” of “Chisco” Catalan and Alexis Parcerisa (RCN Vigo) pisándoles the heels.
At the height of Cabo Home, it was the same situation, but coming to the south island the wind was down and in the battle for getting a breath of Wind, the catamaran “Chisco” earned the second place at the expense of Boc-Ho and Lefevre. The only one that is not concluded, the stage was the boat angolan.
After, the second race of the day was planned from the island of San Martiño to Portonovo, but fell to average. The wind was not the work, and at 19:30 hours was knocked out of the race to not reach any of the catamarans the beach of Baltar in the time limit.
Today, second day with a double challenge in this championship on a four day official. First, step from the beach of Silgar (Sanxenxo) to the island of Sálvora. After, the fleet will sail to the Ria de Arousa, with arrival on the beach of Coroso, in Riveira.
The Cup of Spain of long distance, organized by the Real Club Náutico de Vigo, consists of four days of racing and six stages, for an approximate total of one hundred nautical miles.
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