| The event had the support of the public and the necessary security measures in the current circumstances due to the pandemic | The Bay of Mazarrón once again experienced an intense weekend of sports thanks to the celebration of the Copa del Rey de Motonáutica and Flysky.
An event that had the support of the public who gathered at the Paseo Marítimo de Puerto de Mazarrón to enjoy the show offered by competitors from various parts of the country.
Among the attendees the mayor of Mazarrón, Gaspar Miras, the general director of Sports of the CARM, Francisco Javier Sánchez, the councilor for Sports, Francisco José García, and the director of the Puerto Deportivo, Juan Marín, who together with the president of the Real Spanish Federation of Motonautics, José Miguel Martínez, and the president of the Motonautical Federation of the Region of Murcia, Dionisio Baño; they participated with their presence in the awards ceremony for the winners. The competition was divided between Saturday's day, with the Flyski circuit tests and heats, and Sunday's, during which the jet and offshore rally modalities were held, as well as the Flyski finals.
During the day on Saturday, the Circuit modality was held, taking place on a route that, delimited by buoys, ran in front of the marina beach.
In the Runabout GP4 Junior category, the first three classified were, Joan Sevil, Jesús Cabello and Tanauzú López.
In Runabout GP4, Juan Carlos Palau was the first classified, followed by Alejandro Artiñano and David Rodríguez.
In Runabout Sport GP1, Carlos Vela was the winner, the runner-up was David Gallegos and in third place Francisco Javier Prieto.
In the Runabout GP2 category the winner was Alejandro Molina,followed by Víctor Jiménez and Pedro Espadas.
In the Runabout GP2 Promotion category, the first three classified were Jesús Carvajal, Héctor Acosta and Lucas Sierra. On Sunday the Bay of Mazarrón was the protagonist of the strength of the engines during the jet and offshore rally tests.
The jet rally was held on a first circuit of four miles and a second of five and a half, divided into two stages of 20 minutes plus one lap.
The winners were, in GP2, Juan José Romero, followed by Rubén Riquelme and Alberto Meseguer.
In GP1, the first classified was Alejandro Molina, second place came Arturo Cecilia and third place was occupied by Félix Rodríguez.
In the Runabout sport GP1 category, the first three classified were Francisco Javier Prieto, Carlos Vela and Antón Rico.
In Runabout GP4, Alejandro Artiñano, David Rodríguez and Alejandro Prats.
In Runabout GP2 Promotion, the three winners were Antonio Gonzálvez, José Luis García and Jordi Bermúdez.
And finally,The Runabout GP1 Atmospheric category was dominated by Enrique García, Eduardo Belchí and Antonio Cabrera, who occupied the first three positions. In Offshore, test that started from the beach of the port to arrive in front of the Santa Elena tower, making the route three times, the first three classified in the different categories were, Juan José Romero, winner in the GP2 modality, followed by Rubén Jiménez and Alberto Meseguer.
In the GP1 category, the first classified was Alejandro Molina, the second was Arturo Cecilia and Pedro Espadas completed the podium.
In Sport GP1 the winners were Francisco Javier Prieto, Carlos Vela and Antón Rico.
In Sport GP4, the first three places were occupied by Alejandro Artiñano, David Rodríguez and Alejandro Prats.
In Runabout GP2 Promotion, the first was Antonio Gonzálvez, the second José Luis García and the third Jordi Bermúdez.
Finally, the GP1 Atmospheric category was dominated by Enrique García,followed by Eduardo Belchí and Antonio Cabrera. Coinciding with this great event, the Flyski King's Cup was also played which, although reduced in participants due to the restrictions of the pandemic, did not disappoint in terms of spectacularity.
Year after year the improvement in the level of the participants of a still very young modality is appreciated.
The first three classified were Clara Muñoz, Elena Vera and Verónica Fos.
The boys who occupied the first three places were Quique Soriano, David Pereira and Iván Fernández. A new success of participation and organization that brought the world of watercraft to Mazarrón, supporting the local economy in difficult times and great uncertainty.
The masks, undisputed protagonists, and the other security measures adopted by the organization, accompanied but did not deprive fans of enjoying their sport and the spectacle of the competition.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón