· Five victories in the seven days of competition raised the crew led by Guillermo Caamaño to the position of honor
· The silver and bronze of the trophy went to Virazón by Miguel Lago and Luna Nueva by Juan Luis Tuero
· The next appointment with the Monte Real Yacht Club competitions will be next April with the Winter Regatta – Rías Baixas Tourism Trophy
He remained the leader during the last days of the competition and in the end he did not disappoint. The Mi Moneda, owned by Guillermo “Willy” Caamaño, won this Sunday in Baiona with the victory of the Vitaldent J80 Trophy of the Monte Real Yacht Club.
The finishing touch to his outstanding presence in the championship put him on a day with very little wind, in which only one sleeve could be played and in which, in addition, the route had to be shortened.
On board the ship, part of the usual crew. Willy Caamaño at the tiller, Jacobo Vecino substituting the injured Jose Quiñones at the bow, Cesar Infante and Marcos Alonso. On this last day Laureano Wizner did not compete with them, who was present in other previous regattas.
The silver and bronze of the Vitaldent J80 Trophy went to Miguel Lago’s Virazón and Juan Luis Tuero’s Luna Nueva, who remained in the positions of honor throughout the championship. Roberto Fontán’s Ferralemes, Luis de Mira’s Namasté and Iago Carballo’s Nortada complete the general classification.
At the awards ceremony, held at the end of the tests at the Monte Real facilities, Willy Caamaño dedicated the victory to the recently deceased Rafael Olmedo, president of the Baion club for the last 42 years.
The next appointment with the Monte Real competitions will be next April with the Winter Regatta – Rías Baixas Tourism Trophy, which this year will be held on two consecutive Saturdays, on the 18th and 25th. Registration is free and the deadline to present it is now open.
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