While the ORC A Dos boats were slowly arriving at the RCN in Barcelona, the rest were preparing to start the Conde de Godó Trophy. The club's village became a place of reception and farewell for those who arrived after more than 20 hours of navigation, with those who were waiting to debut, but the latter could not do so because the wind barely blew on the coast of Barcelona , and only the J70 monotypes contested a race.
The A Dos 100-mile coastal regatta hailed Jordi Zaragoza's Ia Orana as the winner. Vilanova's boat was not the fastest, but it was the winner after time compensation. The first to cross the finish line was Inés Rodríguez's Duende 50, after a quarter past nine in the morning. But after time compensation, her position was fifth overall. After Ia Orana, Smerit was second and Ivan Oliver's Shaka third.
Duende 50 and Tito Moure's Smerit had an interesting face-to-face throughout the race to see who was the first to cross the finish line. Thus, they arrived together at Llosa de Palamós at midnight, at which point they turned around, and after sailing all night and early morning, it was Rodríguez who took the honors for barely thirteen minutes. The part of little wind was fulfilled to the letter, which meant that only the J70 could compete. Bravas, skippered by Eva González, took victory in the only test that could be held. News of Luis Martín Cabiedes was second and Bodegas Can Marlés of Lucía Pombo, third. If we extrapolate it to the Womens Cup, after Bravas we find Dorsia Covirán by Núria Sánchez Nomdedeu and Natàlia Via-Dufresne and third RCNP-Baleària by María Bover. The wind of 5 knots from the southeast with which the ORCs were given a start, and which ended up going down to three, caused the tests to be canceled for them.