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XVl Euromarina Optimist Torrevieja - Overall

by Prensa Sailing Comunicación 28 Jan 13:14 PST 24-28 January 2024

The XIV Euromarina Optimist Torrevieja closes another chapter and does so with the new champions after a spectacular fourth day, with good wind conditions and four races completed today. The absolute podium has had Catalonia as the main and only protagonist with two representatives of the CN Cambrils: Iker Múgica, champion, and Joan Domingo, bronze, while the silver went to Juan Lleonart, CN Balis.

Múgica is going strong in the Optimist and in Torrevieja has demonstrated it again. After the four partial victories in the qualifying round, in the final series has gone down a gear especially in the seventh race that signed a discreet 22. He started the day with 5th place, when the wind conditions were somewhat weak. In the other two, again partial victories in races 6 and 7 which leaves him first with 11 points.

Lleonart, on the other hand, was dismissed with 18 points. Two partial wins stand out in his locker, while the 'mole' has it in the last of the day with DNC (110 points), partial that was to be removed. Domingo says goodbye to the torrevejense appointment with 20 points, to 9 of his clubmate. The Catalan sealed a triumph, the only one in his locker, in the day of Saturday

The podium in the women's category was closed with the Ukrainian Olha Lubianska with 58 points, her best results being two third places and a fourth place in the eight races completed. With her, Sweden's Cornelia Baldock (LDSS) climbed the podium with 119 points, with 3rd as a result. Bronze for the Murcian Mª Antonia Peñalver (CN Mar Menor Los Alcázares).

Among the 'peques' the title in SUB13 stays at home thanks to the triumph of Izan Rogel (RCN Torrevieja), while the silver travels to Hungary in the hands of Barnabas Gereben (Spartacus Sailing Class) and the bronze goes to Jávea with Arthur Bear Baker (CN Jávea).

Among the SUB13 women, Spanish color on the podium. Alexandra Youji Wangliu (RCN Valencia) is proclaimed champion. Her best partial is a 12 harvested today in the second race of the Silver group. Inés Rodado (CN Mar Menor Los Alcázares) takes second place, followed by Ukrainian Ahnieshka Madonich (Optimist Way / SVOC).

The trophy ceremony was attended by Ricard Sentandreu, representing the Directorate General of Sport of the Generalitat Valenciana; Diana Box, Councillor for Sports accompanied by the mayor Gitte Lund, from the area of International Resident; José Joaquín García, 2nd Commander Lieutenant Commander of Alicante; Álvaro Sánchez, Lieutenant of the Civil Guard, Torrevieja Company; Carlos Torrado, President of the Sailing Federation of the Valencian Community; Pinar Coskuner, President of EUROSAF; Carmen Casco, Vice President of IODA; Joaquín Valero, President of AECIO; Patricia and Antonio Quesada, Co-Directors General of Euromarina; Germán Soler President of RCN Torrevieja, accompanied by Concepción Esquiva, Vice President RCNT and Andrei Stepanoff. RCNT Dinghy Sailing Vocal.

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