Please select your home edition
Edition
Allen Brothers

XVl Euromarina Optimist Torrevieja - Day 3

by Prensa Sailing Comunicación 27 Jan 12:18 PST 24-28 January 2024

Third day and again the wind has wanted to be the protagonist, although this time at the end of the day has been somewhat more benevolent with the fleet of 427 Optimists allowing to close 4 tests in total, so you can give way to the final round, even if only in one day of the two planned. Long day with the start of the races around 12.00 hours.

The favorites have met and all are placed in the gold group without surprises. The Euromarina Optimist Torrevieja already has its first leaders of the absolute general, after the closing of the qualifying round after three days of competition. The Catalan Iker Múgica (CN Cambrils) commands in a clear and convincing way in Torrevieja waters being the only sailor who has managed to make full, four out of four. With the discard Múgica adds 3 points.

Just 2 points behind is Juan Lleonart (CN El Balís) after a total of 3-1-3-1. Behind have been classified the Turkish Mehmet Erkut Budak, but shares a place with Joan Domingos Cebamanos (CN Cambrils), as both conclude the qualifying series tied at 6 points.

The first female of the table is the Ukrainian Olha Lubianska. She has 12 points after discarding her worst partial. She has the same points as the local Juan Francisco Chumillas (RCN Torrevieja) who is placed one place ahead in the overall absolute. The second place in SUB16 female is for the Canarian Marta Mansito (RCN Gran Canarias) with 23 points, 11 points behind Lubianska, while the Swedish Cornelia Baldock (LDSS) is third with 25 points.

Regarding the SUB13, Izán Rogel (RCN Torrevieja) from Torrevieja is in first place in his category, with 14 points at the end of this qualifying round. He is followed by the Cantabrian Miguel Echávarri (RCM Santander) with 17 and the Valencian Pablo López (RCN Valencia) who has 30 points. In the women's group, first place in the SUB13 for Alexandra Youji Wangliu (RCN Valencia), while second place goes to Ahnieshka Madonich (Optimist Way / Svoc) and third place goes to Germany's Elly Echternach.

With these four races completed for the four groups, the places for gold, silver, bronze and emerald are defined. Tomorrow Sunday, January 28, fourth and final day of the Euromarina Optimist Torrevieja in which three tests of this final round are scheduled.

Full results available here.

Related Articles

34th Palamós Optimist Trophy overall
Iker Múgica (CN Cambrils) lifts the trophy Iker Múgica (CN Cambrils) is the new and proud overall winner of the 34th International Vila de Palamós Optimist Trophy-18 Nations Cup, among a total of 550 participants from 24 countries. Posted on 18 Feb
34th Palamós Optimist Trophy day 3
Domingo and Múgica leading the pack Two races have been enough to consolidate the Spaniards Joan Domingo and Iker Múgica, both from CN Cambrils, in the first and second positions respectively, heading into the final day of the 38th International Vila del Palamós Optimist Trophy Posted on 18 Feb
34th Palamós Optimist Trophy day 2
Discard kicks in, and initial leader plummets to 33rd overall The second day of the 34th International Vila de Palamós Optimist Trophy sees three Spaniards provisionally occupying podium positions as they head into the Final Series starting this Saturday. Posted on 17 Feb
34th Palamós Optimist Trophy day 1
Four Spanish sailors among the top five out of 550 participants The first day of the 34th International Vila del Palamós Optimist Trophy leaves Swedish sailor Oscar Wetter at the top of the leaderboard, remaining undefeated after winning the two races held in the blue group, edging out Catalan sailor Juan Lleonart. Posted on 16 Feb
Sun Hung Kai & Co. Hong Kong Race Week overall
Misty morning gives way for a fantastic day of racing Whilst it was misty in the morning there was enough breeze to allow three races for the Optimist Main, Intermediate, 2.4mR, RS Feva and 29er fleets to be added to the scores on a fantastic fourth day of sailing. Posted on 4 Feb
Sun Hung Kai & Co. Hong Kong Race Week day 3
Three classes opted for three different racing areas What a great day for racing! Day 3 began with over 20kts of wind at Repulse Bay, however the wind gradually softened with the sun coming out to welcome sailors as they arrived on the racetracks for an exciting racing day. Posted on 3 Feb
Sun Hung Kai & Co. Hong Kong Race Week day 2
The AP flag was hoisted in the morning but sailors only had to wait ashore for half an hour Whilst beautiful blue sky could be seen above Middle Island, thick sea fog and very little wind delayed the start of Day 2 of the Sun Hung Kai & Co. Hong Kong Race Week. Posted on 2 Feb
Sun Hung Kai & Co. Hong Kong Race Week day 1
It was a slow start at the Middle Island Water Sports Training Centre It was a slow start for Day 1 of the Sun Hung Kai & Co Hong Kong Race Week 2024, incorporating the 2024 29er Asian Championship. Posted on 1 Feb
Sun Hung Kai & Co. Hong Kong Race Week kicks off
A cracking opening ceremony today The stage is officially set for the Sun Hung Kai & Co. Hong Kong Race Week 2024, incorporating the 2024 29er Asian Championship. Racing for the 8th edition of the event begins tomorrow with young sailors from Asia and beyond. Posted on 31 Jan
Sun Hung Kai & Co. Hong Kong Race Week Preview
270 sailors will take to the water to compete 270 sailors will take to the water to compete at Sun Hung Kai & Co. Hong Kong Race Week 2024, incorporating the 2024 29er Asian Championship this week in Hong Kong. Posted on 29 Jan
Armstrong 728x90 - HA Foil Range - BOTTOMABS24-SailWorld-1456x180-BOTTOM_04Doyle Sails 2020 - Built for Adventure 728x90 BOTTOM