Victor Lopez and Luca Rosa, leaders of the San Isidro Snipe Trophy

The tandem of the Real Club Náutico de Madrid, made up of Víctor López and Luca Rosa… is the leader of the San Isidro Trophy, once the first two heats of this event have been held, which is scored for the Snipe Class National Circuit, in waters of the San Juan Reservoir; which ends this Sunday with the second day, starting at twelve in the morning.

Victor Lopez and Luca Rosa, leaders of the San Isidro Snipe Trophy

The tandem of the Real Club Náutico de Madrid, made up of Víctor López and Luca Rosa… is the leader of the San Isidro Trophy, once the first two heats of this event have been held, which is scored for the Snipe Class National Circuit, in waters of the San Juan Reservoir; which ends this Sunday with the second day, starting at twelve in the morning.

The couple from Madrid, found in what was the opening day a rocky rival, in the Galician-Asturian crew of Martín Bemúdez and the Asturian Olympic medalist Angela Pumaruiega, who achieved two first places in the other many heats held, which caused both snipes appear equal to points in the general table.

The wind that remained between 4 and 9 knots in the east component was administered with quality by the Basque judge César Sans and the Madrid judge Pilar Sánchez del Campo, who started the heats on time, and who were ready late yesterday to start what would be the third valid round. For this reason, on Sunday at most, only two more sleeves can be held.

After those mentioned, another crew from the Náutico de Madrid occupies the third place with a first and an eighth: Alonso Oña and Teresa Béjar, just ahead of the Belgian crew from the Royal Club of this country, who have achieved a fifth and a fourth squares, and that they are even with the people of Madrid in the podium square.

Following this dominant group are Alberto Titán and Joaquín Armengot from the Real Club Marítimo de Santander, two more crews from the Náutico de Madrid: Barber-García and Soria-López, to reach the eighth place occupied by the first Andalusian crew: Barber and García from Granada. Real Club Náutico de Madrid, which leaves the Galicians from the Real Club Náutico de La Coruña: Miranda and Lacera for ninth place... closing the top ten with another crew from Madrid: David Peralta and Vicente Morera.


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