The IFDS World has been disputed since last August 22 and ending 31, ended with the victory of Nederlands Guus Bijlard accompanied by German Heiko Kroger and French Damien Seguin. As for the Spanish delegation 2.4mR, with eight representatives in Irish waters, the top-ranked has been Rafa Andarias he has held since the seventeenth, highlighting best score as an eleventh place finish in the seventh and final round.
Worlds event has been marked by the light winds, leaving two blank days and conditioning much to the fleet because of the ten tests provided, two per day, has fallen in seven. On the first day, Monday, 26 August, the fleet went blank, a situation that would be repeated on Wednesday 28, so the next morning the Race Committee modified the program and closed the day with three tests, overexertion for sailors.
As for the Spanish team, in addition to that of Andarias seventeenth place, Galician ‘Fran’ Pineiro has fired Ireland five places behind Alicante’s sailor. Galician has gone from less to more, highlighting a thirteenth place in the day on Thursday, the final race of the day. The Cartagena Antonio Maestre, meanwhile, finished in twelfth place with twenty position as best partial. The Malaga Javier Contreras twenty finishes in the post; Paco Llobet in the thirty-one; Arturo Montes in the thirty-two; Jordi Cargol in the thirty-six and Borja Melgarejo in thirty-eight.