The 29er Spanish Cup is 'played' at the Real Club Náutico de Valencia

The 29er, Class A, Hobie Cat, Vaurien, Patín de Vela, F18, Snipe and Finn classes will be concentrated these three days at the RCNV Regatta Base, highlighting the first of which has a double incentive for the 25 registered boats, since that adds to the Olympic Week trophy the title of champion of the Spanish Cup. A regatta that has the authorization of the RFEV for the participation of the international fleet, which is why sailors from Germany and Poland will participate in Valencia.

The 29er Spanish Cup has several clear favorites for the title. The locals Mateo and Simón Codoñer and Sara and Isa Momplet stand out without a doubt, both crews sailing under the banner of the RCN de Valencia. We must also highlight the crews of the RCN de Palma and RCN de Gran Canaria, who arrive with good news, sailors who have made the leap to the 29er and who promise a lot, being very valid options to be on the podium next Sunday.

Along these lines is the return to the class of the representatives of the RCM from Santander, who arrived in Valencia with three crews. Santoña's CV, for its part, has a team, just like CN Garraf.

Regarding Class A, the locals Rafael Gómez and Abdón Ibáñez start as clear favorites for the title. The first of them defended the title at Olympic Week. In the absence of the 2022 champions in F18, the "prominence" is assumed by the runners-up in that past edition: Fabián Migoya and Alberto Torné, who will have rivals who can surprise in the 'Manel Casanova' regatta area.

As for the Hobie Cat 16, the tandem José Antonio Llabrés (CR Pobla Marina) and Luis Llabrés (RCN de Valencia), current Spanish champions, are the clear favorites for first place in the box. As for the Sailing Skate, there are several options, with the RCN Valencia sailors having the greatest prominence as they are the representatives with the largest number of registered. The fight in the Vaurien fleet will focus mainly between Carlos Francés and Francesco Zampacavallo.

Los Snipe has a fleet in Valencia that reaches 26 ships. A high level in one of the heaviest dinghy sailing classes in Valencia and although the absence of some very heavy crews stands out, the level is very high in Valencian waters, making a possible podium forecast for Sunday unpredictable.

The program in the RCN of Valencia has been established with a total of 12 tests in the three days of competition. In all of them, except for changes, the top start has been established at 12:00.

The RCN of Valencia is part of the Valencian Community Olympic Week, within the Spanish Olympic Sailing Circuit, together with the venues of RCR Alicante, RCN of Torrevieja and CN of Santa Pola, in these last two host the Spanish championship ILCA 6 and Formula Kite respectively, while in all the venues the FVCV Autonomous Cup will be at stake for the classes: ILCA 7-ILCA 4 – 420, Techno 293-iQFoiL.