Marina Alabau , gold medal at the Olympics in London, holds the lead in the RS: X women after the second day of the International Carnival Regatta .
Again excellent sea and wind conditions, with about 15 knots from East , being able to compete all scheduled races and in most of them sailors excluding their worst result. In the RS: X Olympic gold Marina Alabau from Club Nautico de Sevilla won 2 first places in all three races and secured the first place . Excellent reaction of Ivan Pastor from the Nautical Club of Santa Pola , ranking first in the world , and who is third overall .
Canary domain in Laser class, both Joel Rodriguez in Standard, ahead of the Swedish Team, and Jesus Florez –Estrada in Radial, beating Finnish, Peruvians, Swedish and Norwegian and Luis Cabrera in 4.7, also in first place ahead of Norwegian and Finns.
The Russian team maintains hegemony in the 470 Class, the 29er class Norwegians and Germans in the Nacra 17 and Formula 18 classes. Tomorrow, Sunday, from 11 am, third and final day

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With good sea and wind conditions, the International Carnival Regatta began today Friday the 21st of February, fourth and last regatta of the Gran Canaria Sail in Winter Series, with over a hundred participants and under the organization of the Real Club Náutico de Gran Canaria and the collaboration of the City of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.

Domain of the Spanish in classes RS:X Women and Laser 4.7, Russian in 470, Norwegian in the 29er class, and German in the Nacra 17 and Formula 18 classes. In Laser Standard the Swedish are first.
Tomorrow, races will start from 11 am, in the two race courses , in front of the Cathedral for the Laser Class and up to San Cristobal for the Catamarans.