Aguayo leads the Carib Wind Cabarete races

World famous winds and waves cabaret They did not disappoint on Friday as sailors battled the elements. Strong winds blowing at 28 knots from the northeast surprised the 24 sailors representing 8 countries on the first day of testing the Carib Wind Regatta. cabaret which is done in cabaretPuerto Plata.

At the end of the first day of the three-day event, Dominican Olympian Raul Aguayo finished first ahead of Germany’s Wolfgang Gers and Canada’s Andy Roy.

In the Radial category, the leader was Dominican Isnere Perez, from Barahona, with Martin van Olfen, from the Netherlands, in second place. Alexandra Behrens, Germany, first in the women’s category.

Andres Santana, Chief Justice of the Dominican Federation of QuillHe managed the four courses perfectly with the help of Darío Báez and the FDV technical team.

Carib Regatta wind cabaret It is the only Olympic sailing competition in the entire Caribbean and ranks first in the world rankings.

Regatta is performed under the auspices of Caribe Wind cabaret, and support for Sea Pro Watersports, Drifter and FEDOVELA.

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