€ 1000 raised for projects against childhood cancer at Heliocare Dénia Trophy

The ship Balu, pastored by Ramón Acin has won in the general category of the Dénia Trophy, which organized The Yacht Tribe of the Marina El Portet CD last weekend. The Acin crew beat the remaining vessels in time on the five sleeves played between the bays of Dénia and 20 Xàbia.

In India there is Heliocare Dénia Trophy, the ship was second Kim, by Luisfer Gascón, and third the boat Zoëby Unaï Cilleruelo. In total, more than 150 people from all over the world participated.

In the first category, the winner was also BaluAccording Kim and third Aquaxby Ricardo Sancho. Meanwhile, in the second category, he won Hakuna Matata, by Rafael Fernández, second was Philoxèneby Javi Lahoz, and third, Scorpioby Antonio Perea. In the third category the podium was like this: Daydreamby Dieter von Bröckel, Cabin boyby Sebastián Larraza, and Airenby Luis Lombao. Finally, in the fourth category, he won Zöefollowed by Jotiti, by Ángel de la Red, and third was the boat Code IVby Antonio Guijarro.

The trophy delivery took place in Lamarserena by the organizers Chiqui González and Yann Lythgoe who thanked everyone “The excellent sportsmanship and great participation in the test”.

In addition, the competition had an eminent social draft, since 1.000 euros have been raised that will go towards the childhood cancer projects carried out by the Aladina Foundation.

La Heliocare Dénia Trophy He has also achieved another of his goals: to value women in the world of sailing, since 40% of the crew has been female.

After the appointment of Dénia, The Yacht Tribe will participate in the Almandraba that will be played on October 19 in Altea, and November 16 will close the season in Calp in another competition.

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