Bernat Cortés dethrones Alejandro Climent as champion of Spain

‘Sorpasso’ in the men’s Formula Kite class. The Catalan Bernat Cortés managed to dethrone Alejandro Climent and, after winning in Palamós, he is the new Spanish Formula Kite champion. The Catalan, who continues to show his good form, stood out and was first with 11 points, five less than a Climent (16), second, who was left without his eighth consecutive Spanish Championship. “I was very excited to win the Spanish Championship here in Palamós, close to home. It’s a pity that on Sunday we couldn’t compete due to the very harsh Tramuntana wind conditions, but the rest of the days we were lucky to have incredible conditions and it was shown that the fleet currently has a very high level, so having been proclaimed Champion of Spain is It is an honor for me,” Cortés explained. The third position went to Jacobo Espí, with 25 points.

On the other hand, the young Valencian Carlos Espí was the Champion of Spain A’s Youth. The wind only allowed them to complete three tests and gave their rivals no choice: “The truth is that I am very happy to win even though we could only do three sleeves in three days. In those three tests I admit that I was sailing quite well, I felt very comfortable so I am very proud of my results”. Pau Cifre was second and Adrià Rabassa, third..

In addition to the Spanish Championship, also The Go Sailing Shop FKSS 2023 Palamós was held and the winner was the Italian Lorenzo Boscheti, ahead of the Spanish Bernat Cortés and the Vanuatuan Mikhail Novikov. Boscheti showed a great level and it is that he was first in four of the six tests that were held. “I am very happy with my results, although I am already thinking about the next regatta on the calendar”, added the Italian.

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Final classifications Spanish Championship

Formula Kite Category:

1. Bernat Cortes (ESP): 11 points
2. Alejandro Climent (ESP): 16 points
3. Jacobo Espí (ESP): 25 points
4. Sebastian Ducos (ESP): 29 points
5. Pau Mesquida (ESP): 34 points
… up to 12 participants

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