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The «Biobizz Getxo», by José Azqueta, leads the final day of the J80 World Cup


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The Spanish fleet present in the J80 class World Championship that has been held since Monday in the waters of the Danish town of Rungsted extended its dominance on the fourth day of competition. And facing the last of this Friday it is clear that he will take the privileged positions. The ‘Biobizz Getxo’ of José Azqueta, from the Real Club Marítimo del Abra-Real Sporting Club, reaches the final day in the leadership -defends it from the first day- with a five-point advantage over the Cantabrian ‘NeWind Foods’ of Daniel de the Pedraja that is patronized by Pablo Santurde, of the Real Club Marítimo de Santander. Azqueta (22 points) made a sixth place in the first round of the fourth day, always looking askance at Santurde (27 points), plus a first and a third in the two remaining heats to continue his fantastic and regular championship. The ‘Newind Foods’ signed a seventh, a third and a first on the penultimate day with winds of 8 to 12 knots. This Friday takes place the fifth and decisive day of a world championship that the Spanish have won in eleven of the last thirteen editions. This year’s 2021 will also be for a Spanish crew.

After the first two classified, ‘Dr. Chacartegui ‘Balearic Islands by Javier Chacartegui (33 points) -always among the best-, reaffirming the superiority of the Spanish representation in this J80 World Cup in Denmark. Fourth, the ‘Solintal’ of Ignacio Camino (54 points), from the Real Club Marítimo de Santander, has been installed with the fifth place for the ‘SeaJou2’ of the Belgian Jacques Lemaire.

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In addition, the youth of the ‘Fhimasa Escuela de Vela José Luis de Ugarte’, the world champions in their category, are the first in their class and now eighth in the overall overall.

For its part, Rafael Malo’s ‘Etnia Barcelona’, with Peru Múgica as patron, is ninth in the absence of the last day, Ricardo Díaz Munio’s ‘Matrako’ is tenth, the girls from Olatz Muñoz’s ‘Decoexsa’ in Gipuzkoa are eleventh -women’s leaders- and the ‘Dorsia Covirán Sailing Team’ of Ana Pujol and Nuria Sánchez, from the Valencian club Marina Burriananova and with Helena Alegre as patron, who made a brilliant third place in the first heat of the fourth day, is in the 17th place. The J80 World Cup in Denmark meets its last day on Friday. And the champion will be Spanish.

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