· The crew led by Luis Pérez Canal won the trophy with a triplet of prizes by winning in ORC 1 and in the general of the Count of Gondomar and also taking the title of Champion of Spain of Height Galicia Zone
· In the ORC 2 class the winner was Javier Durán’s Santorum&Martinez Group and Jean Claude Sarrade’s Fend la Bise and Pablo Conde’s Enxuto took the gold in ORC 3 and 4 classes
· In the J80 and Fígaros one-design competition, victories went to Javier de la Gándara’s Okofen and Santiago Meygide’s Silleiro
· The forty-first edition of the Conde de Gondomar Trophy was organized by the Monte Real Club de Yates with the sponsorship of Banco Sabadell
They arrived in Baiona ready to win the trophy that had slipped from their hands in the previous edition and shone in each and every one of the tests of the forty-first edition of the Conde de Gondomar Trophy, organized by the Monte Real Yacht Club sponsored by Banco Sabadell.
The Aceites Abril of the Real Club Náutico de Vigo, led by Luis Pérez Canal, won the long stage of the Carrumeiro Chico, taking the title of Champion of Spain of Height of Galicia Zone. He also won on the second day of navigation through the Cíes and Ons archipelagos, and this Sunday he won again in the two batons disputed at the Cíes Islands anchorage.
A triplet of victories in the three days of regattas that served the crew of the April to win this year’s Conde de Gondomar, collect the grand prize of the trophy as the overall winner, and also the gold of those in its class. , the ORC 1.
In that same category, that of the great boats, the silver went to Pairo 8, skippered by Laureano Wizner; and the bronze went to Diego López’s Mirfak, from the Ferrol Naval Regatta Commission.
In ORC 2, the winner was Grupo Santorum&Martínez, led by Javier Durán, from Club de Mar de Vilagarcía. Bosch Service Solutions, from the Club Marítimo de Canido, led by Ramón Ojea, completed the class podium; and Fran Edreira’s Inosa, from the Sada Yacht Club.
Jean Claude Sarrade’s Fend la Bise, who sailed with a griffon from the Monte Real Club de Yates, was the winner in the ORC 3 class, leaving second place to Rafael Pérez’s Droopy Uno, from the Liceo Marítimo de Bouzas.
In ORC 4, the Conde de Gondomar 2016 podium was made up of Enxuto de Pablo Conde, from the Real Club de Mar de Aguete; the Margem do Azul by Frederico Lópes, from Monte Real; and the Aeris de Mariano Dios, from the Rio Yachts Club, who came first, second and third respectively.
In this forty-first edition there was also room for the monotypes J80 and Fígaro, categories that dominated the boats of the Monte Real Yacht Club. In the J80 class, the gold went to Javier de la Gándara’s Okofen; and the silver and bronze went to Virazón by Miguel Lago and Alumisel by Guillermo Caamaño. In the Figaro class the winner was Santiago Meygide’s Silleiro; and Víctor Calviño’s Serralleiras and Genoveva Pereiro’s Bouvento completed the podium.
The awards ceremony for the Conde de Gondomar Trophy – Banco Sabadell Grand Prix was held this afternoon at the Monte Real Club de Yates facilities, and was attended by Ramón Correa, Ricardo Rodríguez and José Celada on behalf of Banco Sabadell. Also present were the president of the Galician Sailing Federation, Manuel Villaverde, and the Baiona councilor for maritime activities, Raul Costas.
The next appointment: the 31st Prince of Asturias Trophy
After the forty-first edition of the Conde de Gondomar Trophy – Banco Sabadell Grand Prix, the Monte Real Club de Yates is now preparing for another of the great events on its sports calendar in 2016, the Príncipe de Asturias Trophy.
The competition, which this year celebrates its thirty-first edition, will be held on September 2, 3 and 4, and will once again include, as has been the tradition, a wide range of activities parallel to the competition, such as breakfasts, meetings, talks , award ceremonies, fireworks and parties.