· The Fifty, the Aceites Abril and the Siradella lead the general classification of Classes 1 and 2 after disputing the Rías Baixas Tourism Stage with the climb to Carrumeiro Chico
· The Unus, the Marías and the Namaste achieved the positions of honor in the Vitaldent Stage held this Friday for classes 3 and 4
· The XXXIX Conde de Gondomar Trophy continues tomorrow with the El Corte Inglés Stage, in which the entire fleet will circumnavigate the Cíes and Ons archipelagos
The boats of the Monte Real Club de Yates de Bayona and the Real Club Náutico de Vigo managed to prevail in the first two days of the XXXIX Conde de Gondomar Trophy.
The largest boats, from classes 1 and 2, competed on Thursday in the Rías Baixas Tourism Stage, the longest of the entire competition, with a climb to Carrumeiro Chico, on the Costa da Morte. Rui Ramada’s Fifty, and a champion of the Baiona club, completed the route in 14 hours and 16 minutes and managed to win the stage and first place overall.
The Aceites Abril, owned by Luis and Jorge Pérez Canal, from the Real Club Náutico de Vigo, took 3 seconds longer to arrive than the Portuguese, and came second. Siradella, from the Real Club Náutico de Portosín, was in third position, tied on points with Abril. Led by César Álvarez and Pachicho Gude, the crew made a magnificent climb to Carrumeiro, being the second to turn it.
As for the ORC-2 class boats, first place in the Rías Baixas Tourism Stage went to the Corsair VI, from the Club de Mar de Vilagarcía. In second place was Cachete, from the Club Náutico de Sada, and in third place was Fend La Bise, from the Yacht Club Porto.
The XXXIX Conde de Gondomar Trophy continued this Friday with the Vitaldent Stage for classes 3 and 4, including the J80. They made a coastal tour with passes through Carallones, Subrido, Bondaña, La Negra and the Islet of Viños. Just over 23 miles that were covered in just over four hours, thanks to the intensity of the wind, which blew with an average of 15 knots, reaching gusts of 18 at times.
Unus, from the Real Club Náutico de Vigo, skippered by Luis García Trigo, was the first to cross the finish line, and won first place overall. In second and third position were two J80s, the Marías and the Namasté, both from the Monte Real Club de Yates de Bayonne.
The two also managed to place themselves at the top of the J80 real-time ranking. The third position went to Mi Moneda with a pendant, also, from the Baionese club.
The XXXIX Conde de Gondomar Trophy continues tomorrow Saturday with the El Corte Inglés Stage, in which the entire fleet will sail some 32 miles circumnavigating the Cíes and Ons archipelagos.
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ORC CLASSIFICATION 1
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ORC 2 CLASSIFICATION
- Corsair VI
- Fend La Bise
ORC CLASSIFICATION 3-4
REAL-TIME J80 RATING
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