The swimmer, Joan Sendra, belonging to the Ondara Swimming Club, was the absolute winner of the Crossing the Sea of Dénia, last of the scoring tests for the VII Circuit d'Aigues Obertes of the Marina Alta.
The test was based on the Marineta Beach Casiana, with a day where clouds prevailed over the sun, although with a good temperature. Sendra covered the 1.500 meters of travel in a time of 19.34. The second place in the men's absolute ranking went to Manuel Farraona, of the CN Adrenalin Sport, with an 19.43 mark. Very close to Farraona came the third classified, Antoni Guardiola, of the Ondara Swimming Club with an 19.44 record.
In women, the first one out of the water was Zulema Varas, from the Avant Moncada with a time of 22.13. The second place went to Sandra Ortolá, of the CN Adrenalin Sport, with a record of 22.36. Third place went to Carola Reppeto of the Aquatic Gandía Club with an 24.45 brand.
Winners of the VII Circuit d'aigues Obertes of the Marina Alta
After completing the five scoring tests for the VII Circuit d'Aigues Obertes of the Marina Alta, the absolute male winner is the Sub 23 swimmer, Joan Sendra of the Ondara Swimming Club with 600 points. He has won in four of the five races played as third in the first.
The second in the absolute classification has been the veteran, Manuel Farraona of the CN Adrenalin Sport with 591 points. Third place went to Antoni Guardiola, of CN Ondara with 582 points.
Among the best dianenses were Luis Aguado of the Triatló Dénia Club in the 11 position, Álvaro De María-Tomé, of the Triatló Dénia Club in the 14 position and Esteban Fernández of the Triatló Dénia Club in the 17 position.
In women, the absolute winner was Sandra Ortolá, of the CN Adrenalin Sport with 595 points. Sara Molina, from CA Safor-Delikia, was a single point and second classified. The third place went to Zulema Varas, of the Avant Moncada with 584 points.
All classifications can be found on the website somesport.com