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This weekend was held in Gijón, the XXII Regatta Cruise Isastur-University of Oviedo-III Memorial Daniel Ponte. under the organization of the Real Club Astur de Regatas, and the University of Oviedo.
The Regatta Isastur-University of Oviedo has been the one in charge of giving the starting signal for the sailing cruise in Asturias, spain, after the forced break because of the Covid-19.
there Were two sleeves a day, very similar to each other in terms of the weather. On Saturday the wind blew from the north east of between 5 and 7 knots, while on Sunday the wind was 25 degrees to the North, with practically the same intensity, sea level and temperature at the regatta course, located in the center of the bay gijonesa.
The Gin-Glass, by Alfredo Alegría, president of the Real Club Astur de Regatas accompanied by its board of directors was proclaimed the overall winner of the Regatta, after winning the overall in the second race and finishing fourth in the first day. The third and last part of the route of the second test was a determining factor in choosing the Gin-Glass to climb to windward the left side of the field of regatas option that would give them the victory. Likewise, the Gin-Glass would win the class II, followed by the Isastur-University of Oviedo, skippered by Roberto Álvarez Bucetas, second in the two races. The third position was for the Wanted, Ricardo Simal.
In the class I, the winner of the regatta was the Antelope-Lener, José Luis Alonso who was the best of his class in the second race and second in the first, and with the same points as the Gin-Glass in the general absolute. The second position in the class I went to the BullBox, Luis Noguera who won the first race, occupying the third position in the closing. For its part, GS1, Fernando Alonso with a third and a second place in the table, took the third place in the general group.
The Silfo, José Angel Garcia was the best in the two days in class III, to be proclaimed fair winner of the category, the second place won the Ita II, of Pedro Guerra tied on points with third classified, the Leonids, of Juan Manuel Quevedo.