The appointment in the capital of Turia brings together 77 sailors: 49 in ILCA 4, 20 in ILCA 6 and 8 in ILCA 7, from Altea, Benidorm, Campello, Calpe, Torrevieja, Alicante, Santa Pola, Dénia and Castellón. All of them have 2 intense days ahead of them with 6 scheduled tests, 3 per day, and with the top start on the Saturday day set for 1:00 p.m., while Sunday 28 has been scheduled for 12:00 p.m.

The best sailors in the three categories, previously known as Laser, have confirmed their presence at the Valencia yacht club, with the provisional leaders of the FVCV ILCA Autonomous Cup.

In the ILCA 4 (Laser 4.7), Antonio López (RCN Torrevieja) hopes to continue expanding his advantage over Joan Ravie (CN Campello), now being only 17 points. The provisional bronze is for Claudia Adán, first female, and who has 229 points. At the local level, Vicente Fernández (RCN Valencia) stands out, occupying the 7th place with 150 points. The first female from home is Beatriz Bueno, 24th overall, 4th in SUB16.

As for the ILCA 6 (Laser Radial), Igor Marian Kuczys (RCN Torrevieja) is first with 124 points, followed by another of the great favorites for the title in Valencia: Mariano Cebrián (CN Benidorm), together with Marco Altarriba (RCN Valencia). ), the first with 121 points and 93 the Valencian. The first female is Ángela Andugar (CN Campello), 84 points.

With regard to the ILCA 7 (Laser Standard), Gonzalo Suárez (CN Altea) enters all the pools to be on the podium next weekend. The Alteano is the leader in the FVCV ranking with 31 points, followed by his clubmate: Juan Aziz and Leonardo Collado (RCN Calpe), both tied at 17 points. In a local key, Salva Bueno and Luca Mungo, occupying the 7th and 8th places.

The RCN of Valencia has established a special protocol, regarding the sanitary measures established for Covid 19, adopting at the same time the regulations drawn up by the RFEV and FVCV and those of the Generalitat Valenciana.