Brothers Paula and Isabel Laiseca (RCN Gran Canaria) and Mateo and Simón Codoñer (RCN Valencia) have been proclaimed new champions of the 29er Spanish Cup today in Valencia. A last day that has once again had the wind as the protagonist, arriving late, although two tests have been completed for 29er, Hobie Cat 16, Finn, Class A, F18, while the fleets of Snipe and Patín de Vela have only podium end the day with one

At around 2:30 p.m., the first test of the day was launched on the two regatta fields planned by the organization. The Laiseca tandem has stepped strong with two partial wins that, together with the discard, travel to Las Palmas as champions of the Spanish Cup 29 with 6 points. The podium was completed with Berta Campos (RCR Alicante) and Isabel Momplet (RCN Valencia), 2 points behind, while the bronze went to Martina Lodos and Martina Díaz (RCN Gran Canaria) adding 14 points.

At around 2:30 p.m., the first test of the day was launched on the two regatta fields planned by the organization. The Laiseca tandem has stepped strong with two partial wins that, together with the discard, travel to Las Palmas as champions of the Spanish Cup 29 with 6 points. The podium was completed with Berta Campos (RCR Alicante) and Isabel Momplet (RCN Valencia), 2 points behind, while the bronze went to Martina Lodos and Martina Díaz (RCN Gran Canaria) adding 14 points.

Regarding the classification of the Comunitat Valenciana Olympic Week, Lukas Dadak and Dan Viscor, as well as Lodos and Díaz, the Laiseca sisters and the Codoñer, have been the other great winners in the waters of Valencia.

Regarding the classification of the Comunitat Valenciana Olympic Week, Lukas Dadak and Dan Viscor, as well as Lodos and Díaz, the Laiseca sisters and the Codoñer, have been the other great winners in the waters of Valencia.

Regarding the classification of the Comunitat Valenciana Olympic Week, Lukas Dadak and Dan Viscor, as well as Lodos and Díaz, the Laiseca sisters and the Codoñer, have been the other great winners in the waters of Valencia.

Regarding the classification of the Comunitat Valenciana Olympic Week, Lukas Dadak and Dan Viscor, as well as Lodos and Díaz, the Laiseca sisters and the Codoñer, have been the other great winners in the waters of Valencia.

Absolute dominance of Galician Miguel Fernández (RCN La Coruña) in the Finn class. To the good partials of last Friday are added the first two today.

Behind and with a difference of 4 points, Fernando Ros (RCR Cartagena) was placed, followed by Paco Castañer (CN Llanfranc) adding a total of 13 points.

Rafael Gómez, champion in Class A

A lot of equality between the Class A, with the nuance of Rafael Gómez since with partials of 2-1 today, adding those obtained on Friday, they leave him as Olympic Week champion.

Together with Gómez, on the podium, José Mª López and Abdón Ibáñez have been placed tied with 7 points, the same as fourth in the table: Antonio Ballester. All of them representing the RCN of Valencia.

Araujo and González keep the Olympic Week trophy in F18

Jaime Araujo and Lucas González (RCN La Coruña) have been proclaimed champions in F18 with 3 points. The silver goes to Fabián Migoya and Alberto Torné (CN Vilanova) and the bronze goes to Oriol Nuet and Roxana Aldea (CM Torredenbarra).

Víctor Pérez and Enric Noguera, winners in Snipe

The Snipes have not had time to show off in Valencia. With only one test completed in the two days, Víctor Pérez (CMSAP-C'an Pastilla) and Enric Noguera (CV Puerto d'Andratx) are the new champions. The podium is completed with José Luis Maldonado and Laura Morata (RCN de Valencia) and Agustín Zabalua and Belén Olivas, from the same Club.

The Snipes have not had time to show off in Valencia. With only one test completed in the two days, Víctor Pérez (CMSAP-C'an Pastilla) and Enric Noguera (CV Puerto d'Andratx) are the new champions. The podium is completed with José Luis Maldonado and Laura Morata (RCN de Valencia) and Agustín Zabalua and Belén Olivas, from the same Club.

The Snipes have not had time to show off in Valencia. With only one test completed in the two days, Víctor Pérez (CMSAP-C'an Pastilla) and Enric Noguera (CV Puerto d'Andratx) are the new champions. The podium is completed with José Luis Maldonado and Laura Morata (RCN de Valencia) and Agustín Zabalua and Belén Olivas, from the same Club.

The awards ceremony, held at the RCNV Regatta Base, was attended by José Soler, president of the Spanish 29er class; Rafel Chirivella, vice president of the FVCV and José Rubio, representing the RCN of Valencia accompanied by the fleet captains Javier de Tomás in 29er and Jovi Marzal in Snipe.