22 teams have disputed the regatta that closes the seventh edition of the Santander City International Sailing Week, the SAR Don Felipe de Borbón-Cantabria Infinita Trophy.
A large fleet of 22 participating boats, distributed in classes IRC1-2 and IRC3, have faced two days of regattas with the dispute of two windward-leeward on Saturday and a coastal route on Sunday.
The general classification has shown excitement until the moment of crossing the finish line at the Real Club Marítimo de Santander, when a really hard-fought podium was revealed and in some cases it has been resolved with draws on points.
The third step of the podium is broken after a three-way tie between Ignacio Giménez's SunFast 3200 Kenex, Gustavo Arce's Sunfast 3200 Aizén and Juan Viadero's Sun Fast 40 Mi Gabriela and bronze in the end.
In the IRC3 class Ricardo Reguilón's Half Ton Pendo Camargo, and despite scoring a fourth in the last test, manages to achieve gold despite the attack of Cesar Obregón's Hanse 315 Blendio. Third, despite the puncture in the final test, is the First Class8 Gabriel Onofre de García de Soto.
The City of Santander International Sailing Week, organized by the Real Club Marítimo de Santander, is the legacy of the great Santander 2014 Olympic Class World Championship and the 2017 World Cup Final Series, and has the support of the Santander City Council, Port of Santander, Government of Cantabria, La Sociedad, Lebaniego Jubilee Year, Sport Cantabria, IMD and V Centenary of the trip around the world.
The Real Club Marítimo de Santander would like to thank all the institutions, sponsors and participants for their unconditional support of this event, Santander City International Sailing Week, a clear benchmark for sports events in the north of Spain.