Jeremy Thorp's boat won in the Open class while the Spaniard ‘Bribon 500’, skippered by Pedro Campos, has won two titles: champion of the Viajes InterRías Trophy (Classics) and winner of the Spanish Cup. Portuguese ‘Seljm’, owned and skippered by Patrick Monteiro de...
“Bribon 500” and “Thisbe,” champions of the Xacobeo 6mR Europeans in a breathtaking final day of racing
After a total of seven races, Saturday saw the Xacobeo 6mR Europeans come to a close, with new European class champions. In the Classics division, Pedro Campos’ “Bribon 500” truly shone on their last day of racing, claiming their win with a four-point advantage, their second consecutive continental victory. In the Opens, Michel Teweles’ and Swiss team “Thisbe” moved to the top of the leader board on day two and were able to hold onto their lead and final victory.
Javier de la Gándara at the helm of “Aida” recovers the lead in the Classics after a day where Pedro Campos’ “Bribon 500” sweeps both victories of the day.
The leader board of the Xacobeo 6mR Europeans sees a complete overturn. After two races, Finnish team “Astrée III” and Swiss team “Thisbe” become the new leaders of the classification in Sanxenxo.
Participating crews can taste products from 20 certified companies at the Real Club Náutico de Sanxenxo village
Completada la primera jornada de regatas del Xacobeo 6mR Europeans. La cita, que acoge en la ría de Pontevedra a 31 equipos de once nacionalidades para disputar el título continental, escuchó este martes el pistoletazo de salida con la disputa de dos pruebas en las que ha habido dos claros dominadores: el “Aida” con Javier de la Gándara a la caña y el sueco “Notorious” de Claes Henningsson en la división Open. Ambos se han anotado las dos primeras victorias del campeonato.
The Real Club Náutico de Sanxenxo village today hosted the official opening ceremony of the continental event, with Ildefonso de la Campa, Xacobeo Director of Administration, Telmo Martín, Mayor of Sanxenxo and Pedro Campos, President of the host club.
The last day of the 6th Rey Juan Carlos I El Corte Inglés Master Regatta was held today in Sanxenxo. A very light and unstable wind prevented the Race Committee from being able to hold the last races programmed for the 6-metre fleet on Sunday.
Louis Heckly’s “Dix Août” scores the first two victories in Classics and “Seljm” starts leading in a very tight Open overall.
First day of racing for the 6-Metre fleet on Friday on the Ría de Pontevedra with the Spanish Championship title up for grabs