the waters of the mediterranean They can augur a beautiful future for Spanish sailors. In both the male and female categories, There are options to get metal in the final phase of the 420 World Championship, which will begin its final phase tomorrow in the waters of Alicante.
In the female category, The Canary Islands Paula and Isabel Laiseca, second, and the Catalans Nora García de la Casa and Mariona Ventura, third, are tied at 15 points, and are consolidated within the group of favourites. The Greeks Iakovina Kezkezou and Danae Giannouli have been very regular since the beginning of the championship. They continue to be leaders with solvency after achieving a fourth and a second place that keep them in the lead and opening a gap over the two Spanish crews that follow them.
The United States has a Spanish ship behind it.
Parkin and Beck have finished the Qualifying Phase as leaders, although they did not start the day well since they did not take part in the first race, although they made up for it in the other two, in which they finished fifth and second. Them the Spanish Pol Mateu/Alejandro de Maqua follow, they are second overall and New Zealanders Joe Leith/Joshua Ferrissey, third.
In the U17 category equality reigns. The Italians Alessio Cindolo and Marco Dogliotti remain leaders, but tied on points with the Germans Hannes Wehrle/Finn Meichel. In third position, five points behind the head, are the Greeks Athanasios Lachanis/Socratis Chamarias.
The final phase starts tomorrow.
As of this Thursday, the Final Phase of the competition will take place, in which the classified crews in the Gold Group they will fight for the World Cup podiums in the three categories (Absolute/Mixed, Women and Sub17) in which this event takes place. Until Saturday, six new tests will be held, to which the 44 first classified crews have passed in Absolute/Mixed, 32 in women and 44 in Sub17.