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THE 47th TROFEO CONDE DE GODÓ COMES TO END IN SOLIDARITY WITH THE CITY OF BARCELONA

18-07-2020

The Organisation of the Trofeo de vela Conde de Godó, following the recommendations of the relevant health authorities, has decided to end the 47th edition of the regatta in solidarity with the situation of the city of Barcelona is undergoing due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The regatta, organised by Real Club Náutico de Barcelona, from 16 to 19 July, had scheduled its last day of races on Sunday. Nevertheless, the final results will be decided after these first two days of racing and the winners will be announced at the end of the day.

The prize giving ceremony is scheduled tomorrow, 19 July at 17.00h. The ceremony will only be attended by the authorities and one only person in representation of the winning crews in categories J70 and each of the ORC classes.

The 47 Trofeo de vela Conde de Godó has the collaboration of the Real Federación Española de Vela and the Federació Catalana de Vela with the support of La Vanguardia, Barcelona City Council and the Generalitat de Catalunya. The event collaborators are Gramona, Estrella Damm, Royal Bliss, VIP Style Magazine, Veri, Benfumat.

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Grand première of 46 CaixaBank Conde de Godó Trophy

23-05-2019

The horn of departure will be heard tomorrow, for the first races of the 46 CaixaBank Conde de Godó Trophy, the prestigious regatta organized by the Real Club Náutico de Barcelona and a great reference in the whole Mediterranean. Up to 70 boats are called to fight for one of the four mermaids in dispute in this edition, one for each participating class: the already traditional ORC cruises and J80, and the J70 and the Dragon.