· Miguel Lago’s boat was placed in first position, leaving second and third place for Rui Ramada’s Miudo and Enrique Porto’s Ferralemes
· The low wind that was recorded this afternoon in the bay of Baiona delayed the start of the tests and only allowed one regatta to be held
· The competition continues on Saturday, January 30 with the second of the six scheduled days of regattas in the Monte Real Club de Yates trophy
The Virazón del Monte Real Club de Yates, skippered by Miguel Lago, was placed this afternoon as provisional leader of the Vitaldent Class J80 Trophy after a day marked by little wind, which forced the start of the tests to be delayed and only allowed the celebration of a regatta
With barely 5 knots of intensity, and falling at times, the J80 fleet disputed the first victory of the tournament in a double-loop windward-leeward course, in which the Virazón crew took the lead from the first moment. Miguel Lago’s men finished the race in first position, leaving the rest of the places of honor for Rui Ramada’s Miudo and Enrique Porto’s Ferralemes, second and third respectively.
The Pazo de Cea, by Rita Hernández; the Alumisel, by Guillermo Caamaño; and Escuela Náutico Cormorán, by Iván Pérez-Gándaras, occupy the fourth, fifth and sixth places in a provisional classification that is completed by Luna Nueva by Juan Luis Tuero and Namasté by Luis de Mira.
The Vitaldent Class J80 Trophy continues on Saturday, January 30 with the second of the six days of regattas scheduled until next March in the championship organized by the Monte Real Yacht Club.