The Trofeo Princesa Sofía joins the Hempel World Cup Series

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World Sailing announces the addition of the regatta to the exclusive world circuit of Olympic classes Hempel World Cup Series. Between April 1 and 9, the 51 Trofeo Princesa Sofia Mallorca will be the first major test of the 2022 season for the teams aspiring to the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.   

 

The Trofeo Princesa Sofía returns to a world league in which it has not participated since 2014. Its reinstatement ratifies the excellent joint work done by the three organizing clubs: Real Club Náutico de Palma, Club Marítimo San Antonio de la Playa and Club Nàutic S’Arenal. In the opinion of Ferran Muniesa, technical director of the Trofeo Princesa Sofia: “Joining this new stage of the World Cup and establishing this collaborative relationship with World Sailing is another step in the path towards excellence and quality of the Trofeo Princesa Sofia. We hope that this collaborative relationship will continue for many years to come”.
Two Olympic cycles
The agreement signed between the Organizing Committee and the international sailing federation establishes that the Princess Sofia Trophy will be part of the world circuit for at least two Olympic cycles. “The Princess Sofia Trophy hosts the world’s best sailors, teams and coaches, and we are delighted that it will become an essential element of the Hempel World Cup Series until the Los Angeles 2028 Olympic Games,” explains David Graham, CEO of World Sailing. “The Princess Sofia Trophy is one of the oldest and largest annual regattas, and forms an essential part of World Sailing’s event strategy of partnering with the major regattas that help sailors train and compete during the Olympic cycle.”
Three European venues
The Hempel World Cup Series will consist of events at three European venues in 2022: Mallorca (Princess Sofia Trophy, April 1-9), Amsterdam (Allianz Regatta, June 1-5) and Marseille (dates to be confirmed). According to World Sailing, more than 1,500 sailors of 55 nationalities are called to compete in the ten classes eligible for the 51 Princess Sofia Trophy: the women’s ILCA 6, 49er FX, IQ Foil and Formula Kite; the men’s ILCA 7, 49er, IQ Foil and Formula Kite; and the mixed 470 and Nacra 17.
The 51 Trofeo Princesa Sofia Mallorca is held under the joint organization of Club Nàutic S’Arenal, Club Marítimo San Antonio de la Playa, Real Club Náutico de Palma, the Royal Spanish Sailing Federation and the Balearic Sailing Federation, with the support of the main Balearic public institutions.
More information, at www.trofeoprincesasofia.org.
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The international sailing federation recovers the Trofeo Princesa Sofía within its world circuit of Olympic classes. The Spanish event will inaugurate the 2022 edition of the Hempel World Cup Series and will be the first key event in the preparation for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, which guarantees a large international presence in the waters of the Bay of Palma.
The Trofeo Princesa Sofía returns to a world league in which it has not participated since 2014. Its reinstatement ratifies the excellent joint work done by the three organizing clubs: Real Club Náutico de Palma, Club Marítimo San Antonio de la Playa and Club Nàutic S’Arenal. In the opinion of Ferran Muniesa, technical director of the Trofeo Princesa Sofia: “Joining this new stage of the World Cup and establishing this collaborative relationship with World Sailing is another step in the path towards excellence and quality of the Trofeo Princesa Sofia. We hope that this collaborative relationship will continue for many years to come”.
Two Olympic cycles
The agreement signed between the Organizing Committee and the international sailing federation establishes that the Princess Sofia Trophy will be part of the world circuit for at least two Olympic cycles. “The Princess Sofia Trophy hosts the world’s best sailors, teams and coaches, and we are delighted that it will become an essential element of the Hempel World Cup Series until the Los Angeles 2028 Olympic Games,” explains David Graham, CEO of World Sailing. “The Princess Sofia Trophy is one of the oldest and largest annual regattas, and forms an essential part of World Sailing’s event strategy of partnering with the major regattas that help sailors train and compete during the Olympic cycle.”
Three European venues
The Hempel World Cup Series will consist of events at three European venues in 2022: Mallorca (Princess Sofia Trophy, April 1-9), Amsterdam (Allianz Regatta, June 1-5) and Marseille (dates to be confirmed). According to World Sailing, more than 1,500 sailors of 55 nationalities are called to compete in the ten classes eligible for the 51 Princess Sofia Trophy: the women’s ILCA 6, 49er FX, IQ Foil and Formula Kite; the men’s ILCA 7, 49er, IQ Foil and Formula Kite; and the mixed 470 and Nacra 17.
The 51 Trofeo Princesa Sofia Mallorca is held under the joint organization of Club Nàutic S’Arenal, Club Marítimo San Antonio de la Playa, Real Club Náutico de Palma, the Royal Spanish Sailing Federation and the Balearic Sailing Federation, with the support of the main Balearic public institutions.
More information, at www.trofeoprincesasofia.org
The Trofeo Princesa Sofía returns to a world league in which it has not participated since 2014. Its reinstatement ratifies the excellent joint work done by the three organizing clubs: Real Club Náutico de Palma, Club Marítimo San Antonio de la Playa and Club Nàutic S’Arenal. In the opinion of Ferran Muniesa, technical director of the Trofeo Princesa Sofia: “Joining this new stage of the World Cup and establishing this collaborative relationship with World Sailing is another step in the path towards excellence and quality of the Trofeo Princesa Sofia. We hope that this collaborative relationship will continue for many years to come”.
Two Olympic cycles
The agreement signed between the Organizing Committee and the international sailing federation establishes that the Princess Sofia Trophy will be part of the world circuit for at least two Olympic cycles. “The Princess Sofia Trophy hosts the world’s best sailors, teams and coaches, and we are delighted that it will become an essential element of the Hempel World Cup Series until the Los Angeles 2028 Olympic Games,” explains David Graham, CEO of World Sailing. “The Princess Sofia Trophy is one of the oldest and largest annual regattas, and forms an essential part of World Sailing’s event strategy of partnering with the major regattas that help sailors train and compete during the Olympic cycle.”
Three European venues
The Hempel World Cup Series will consist of events at three European venues in 2022: Mallorca (Princess Sofia Trophy, April 1-9), Amsterdam (Allianz Regatta, June 1-5) and Marseille (dates to be confirmed). According to World Sailing, more than 1,500 sailors of 55 nationalities are called to compete in the ten classes eligible for the 51 Princess Sofia Trophy: the women’s ILCA 6, 49er FX, IQ Foil and Formula Kite; the men’s ILCA 7, 49er, IQ Foil and Formula Kite; and the mixed 470 and Nacra 17.
The 51 Trofeo Princesa Sofia Mallorca is held under the joint organization of Club Nàutic S’Arenal, Club Marítimo San Antonio de la Playa, Real Club Náutico de Palma, the Royal Spanish Sailing Federation and the Balearic Sailing Federation, with the support of the main Balearic public institutions.
More information, at www.trofeoprincesasofia.org.
Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
The international sailing federation recovers the Trofeo Princesa Sofía within its world circuit of Olympic classes. The Spanish event will inaugurate the 2022 edition of the Hempel World Cup Series and will be the first key event in the preparation for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, which guarantees a large international presence in the waters of the Bay of Palma.
The Trofeo Princesa Sofía returns to a world league in which it has not participated since 2014. Its reinstatement ratifies the excellent joint work done by the three organizing clubs: Real Club Náutico de Palma, Club Marítimo San Antonio de la Playa and Club Nàutic S’Arenal. In the opinion of Ferran Muniesa, technical director of the Trofeo Princesa Sofia: “Joining this new stage of the World Cup and establishing this collaborative relationship with World Sailing is another step in the path towards excellence and quality of the Trofeo Princesa Sofia. We hope that this collaborative relationship will continue for many years to come”.
Two Olympic cycles
The agreement signed between the Organizing Committee and the international sailing federation establishes that the Princess Sofia Trophy will be part of the world circuit for at least two Olympic cycles. “The Princess Sofia Trophy hosts the world’s best sailors, teams and coaches, and we are delighted that it will become an essential element of the Hempel World Cup Series until the Los Angeles 2028 Olympic Games,” explains David Graham, CEO of World Sailing. “The Princess Sofia Trophy is one of the oldest and largest annual regattas, and forms an essential part of World Sailing’s event strategy of partnering with the major regattas that help sailors train and compete during the Olympic cycle.”
Three European venues
The Hempel World Cup Series will consist of events at three European venues in 2022: Mallorca (Princess Sofia Trophy, April 1-9), Amsterdam (Allianz Regatta, June 1-5) and Marseille (dates to be confirmed). According to World Sailing, more than 1,500 sailors of 55 nationalities are called to compete in the ten classes eligible for the 51 Princess Sofia Trophy: the women’s ILCA 6, 49er FX, IQ Foil and Formula Kite; the men’s ILCA 7, 49er, IQ Foil and Formula Kite; and the mixed 470 and Nacra 17.
The 51 Trofeo Princesa Sofia Mallorca is held under the joint organization of Club Nàutic S’Arenal, Club Marítimo San Antonio de la Playa, Real Club Náutico de Palma, the Royal Spanish Sailing Federation and the Balearic Sailing Federation, with the support of the main Balearic public institutions.
More information, at www.trofeoprincesasofia.org

The international sailing federation recovers the Princess Sofia Trophy within its world circuit of Olympic classes. The Spanish event will inaugurate the 2022 edition of the Hempel World Cup Series and will be the first key event in the preparation for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, which guarantees a large international presence in the waters of the Bay of Palma.

The Trofeo Princesa Sofía returns to a world league in which it has not participated since 2014. Its reinstatement ratifies the excellent joint work done by the three organizing clubs: Real Club Náutico de Palma, Club Marítimo San Antonio de la Playa and Club Nàutic S’Arenal. In the opinion of Ferran Muniesa, technical director of the Trofeo Princesa Sofia: “Joining this new stage of the World Cup and establishing this collaborative relationship with World Sailing is another step in the path towards excellence and quality of the Trofeo Princesa Sofia. We hope that this collaborative relationship will continue for many years to come.”

Two Olympic cycles
The agreement signed between the Organizing Committee and the international sailing federation establishes that the Trofeo Princesa Sofía will be part of the world circuit for at least two Olympic cycles. “The Trofeo Princesa Sofía hosts the world’s best sailors, teams and coaches, and we are delighted that it will become an essential element of the Hempel World Cup Series until the Los Angeles 2028 Olympic Games,” explains David Graham, CEO of World Sailing. “The Trofeo Princesa Sofía is one of the oldest and largest annual regattas, and forms an essential part of World Sailing’s event strategy of partnering with the major regattas that help sailors train and compete during the Olympic cycle.”

Three European venues
The Hempel World Cup Series will consist of events at three European venues in 2022: Mallorca (Trofeo Princesa Sofía, April 1-9), Amsterdam (Allianz Regatta, June 1-5) and Marseille (dates to be confirmed). According to World Sailing, more than 1,500 sailors of 55 nationalities are called to compete in the ten classes eligible for the 51 Princess Sofia Trophy: the women’s ILCA 6, 49er FX, IQ Foil and Formula Kite; the men’s ILCA 7, 49er, IQ Foil and Formula Kite; and the mixed 470 and Nacra 17.

The 51 Trofeo Princesa Sofia Mallorca is held under the joint organization of Club Nàutic S’Arenal, Club Marítimo San Antonio de la Playa, Real Club Náutico de Palma, the Royal Spanish Sailing Federation and the Balearic Sailing Federation, with the support of the main Balearic public institutions.

More information, at www.trofeoprincesasofia.org