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Another breezy and cold day in Palma for the World Cup Series 1 at Trofeo Princesa Sofía (SSL 1000).

In ILCA7 (Men Laser), French Jean-Baptist Bernaz (12 pts) made the strongest come back, leading the fleet in front of his training partner Germany’s Philipp Buhl (13 pts) and Cypriot Pavlos Kontides (17 pts).

In ILCA6 (Women Laser), Canadian Sarah Douglas (5 pts) keeps the lead. Meanwhile, Greek Vasileia Karachaliou (14 pts) and Polish Agata Barwinska (15 pts) had a very successful day, provisionally ending up 2nd and 3rd.

In 49erFX, battle raged on the course between World Champion Odile Van AanholtAnnette Duetz (9 pts) and Olympic Champions Martine GraelKahena Kunze (10 pts). Germany’s Sophie Steinlein/ Marie Thusgaard Olsen (12 pts) stand 3rd.


Jordi Xammar/ Nora Brugman (ESP)

In 49er, French duo Erwan FischerClément Pequin (5 pts) are still 1st, closely followed by Germany’s Jakob MeggendorferAndreas Spranger (6 pts) and Norway’s Mathias BerthertJeppe Nilsen (17 pts).

In 470 (mixed dinghy), the Spanish team took the lead after Jordi Xammar/ Nora Brugman (6 pts) won the last race of the day. Italian duo Giacomo FerrariBianca Caruso (8 pts) are now standing 2nd. The French pair Kevin PeponnetAloïse Retornaz (17 pts) entered the Top 3 after finishing 2nd and 3rd in the last two races of the day.

In Nacra17, both Italian boats clinch the top 2. Ruggero TitaCaterina Banti (5 pts) make a strong claim to the overall win, with their co-nationals Gianluigi UgoliniMaria Giubilei (11 pts) fighting against Finnish team Sinem KurtbayAkseli Keskinen (14 pts).

Check all results on Trofeo Princesa Sofía website



Trofeo Princesa Sofia is an SSL 1000-point event that counts for SSL Ranking.

  • Competitions are classified into eight categories.
  • Each category is granted a number of points to be awarded to the athletes, from 10 to 4000 points – 1000 points at Trofeo Princesa Sofia.
  • SSL points are awarded to account for 100% for the first year, 50% for the second year, and 0% for the third year
  • The athletes’ six best results are taken into account according to the system mentioned above (and all local regattas)
  • All athletes who complete a round of a regatta included in the Ranking obtain at least one point.