XIV Euromarina Optimist Trophy Wraps Up Another Thrilling Edition with Four Exciting Races
Iker Múgica and Olha Lubianska, winners of the XVI Euromarina Optimist Torrevieja
The XIV Euromarina Optimist Trophy has once again showcased the thrilling spectacle of youth sailing, with 420 competitors from 23 countries converging for a spectacular event. Closing another memorable edition, the final day saw four breathtaking races.
The podium of the overall standings boasted exceptional talent from Spain. Iker Múgica of CN Cambrills secured the top spot, followed closely by Juan Lleonart of CN El Balís and Joan Domingo Cebamanos of CN Cambrils, rounding up an impressive display of skill and determination.
In the Women's Category, Olha Lubianska of Ukraine demonstrated outstanding prowess, claiming the well-deserved first place. She was joined by Cornelia Baldock of Sweden's LDSS and Mª Antonia Peñalver of CN Mar Menor Los Alcázares, showcasing the international diversity and competitive spirit of the event.
The SUB13 category of the XIV Euromarina Optimist Trophy the title stays at home, as Izán Rogel, from the RCN Torrevieja, took the win, demonstrating his skill in familiar waters. The women's trophy in this category went to Valencia with Alexandra Youji Wangliu of RCN Valencia climbing to the podium as the new champion.