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Es Nàutic finishes third among clubs in the Balearic Sprint Championship for Senior, Under-23, and J

Es Nàutic finishes third among clubs in the Balearic Sprint Championship for Senior, Under-23, and J

8th July 2024 by Agencies

This weekend, the Balearic Sprint Championship for Senior, Under-23, and Junior categories took place at Lake Esperanza in Alcúdia, concluding the Balearic track season. The Club Nàutic Sant Antoni (CNSA) secured a total of eight medals (four gold, three silver, and one bronze), along with third place in the club rankings.

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The gold medals were won by Noel López (Men’s Junior K-1 1000 m), Raúl Prendes-Noel López (Men’s Junior K-2 200 m), Raúl Prendes-Noel López (Men’s Junior K-2 500 m), and Ilhan Velasco-Álvaro Rubio-Noel López-Raúl Prendes (Men’s Junior K-4 500 m). The silver medals went to Noel López (Men’s Junior K-1 200 m), Raúl Prendes (Men’s Junior K-1 1000 m), and Ilhan Velasco-Álvaro Rubio (Men’s Junior K-2 500 m). The bronze was claimed by Álvaro Rubio (Men’s Junior K-1 1000 m). Additionally, the juniors Andrea Ribas and Andrea Barrionuevo, and the Under-23 competitors Alex Manzanares and Marc Boned, significantly contributed to the club’s third-place ranking with several appearances in finals A, both in K-1 and K-2.

The paddlers from Club Nàutic Portitxol also concluded this competition successfully, obtaining a total of four medals. Notably, Toni Mikhaylenko was crowned champion in Junior K-1 500 and also won silver in Junior K-2 200 with his partner German de Abasolo, and in Junior K-2 500 with Theo Wolff. The team comprising Wolff, Mikhaylenko, de Abasolo, and Óscar Álvarez also finished third in Junior K-4 500. These results placed the club in fourth position in the overall club rankings.

This event also served as the final test ahead of the season’s most important goal: the Spanish Sprint Championship, which will be held next week at the Trasona reservoir (Asturias). "After many months of hard preparation by our athletes, we can affirm that we are ready for the challenge," explained CNSA coach Eduardo Prendes.

"We must also highlight the third place in the club rankings, thanks to the brilliant performance of our junior kayakers, following Club Marítimo de Mahón and Real Club Náutico de Palma. Once again, against all odds and thanks to the effort and commitment of athletes and coaches, we have reached the Balearic podium for clubs, standing alongside two powerhouses both sportingly and economically," added Prendes.

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